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Old 07-09-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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Sleeping Bear Dunes in michigan

Can anyone suggest a nice place to camp near Sleeping Bear Dunes in Michigan. We will stay there for a few days on our way to see the Mackinaw Bridge.
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Old 07-09-2012, 03:43 PM   #2
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Hi Boeing Guy,
Consider Indigo Bluffs: A Distinctive RV Retreat in Empire, Michigan . It is very near Lake Michigan and Sleeping Bear Dunes. This is a very nice place to stay. I spent a week there in 2010. I would stay there again.
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I think this is the link to the park that is not an ownership one.http://www.indigobluffsrvrentalpark.com/
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I just stayed at Holiday RV park in Traverse City about 20-30 mins away. On a lake plenty to due check it on line.
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I can vouch for Indigo Bluffs. I'd stay there again in a heartbeat. There's a motorcoach side & a regular campground side. See my pics: Motorcoach Resort & Rally Park, take your pick. Even though the motorcoach side is an ownership park, you can rent the sites. If you're going to spend several days, ask for one of the improved sites. Owner's rent them out when they aren't on them.

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We stayed at Holiday Park also last September. It was nice as we stayed a week. As Boeing Guy said it was close to Sleeping Bear Dunes. It was origionally an Air Stream only park so there were lot of them. Vintage ones too.
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Another vote for Holiday RV Park. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.http:http://www.holidayparktc.com///
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