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Old 07-01-2016, 09:11 PM   #1
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Suggestions near Plymouth, MI

Has anyone camped near Plymouth Michigan?

Looking for some ideas

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None right in Plymouth but this review site gives 52 parks within a 50-mile radius. Good luck! Any special reason for going there?

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Try looking at Haas Lake campground, Proud Lake State Park, and Camp Dearborn.

(BTW, Camp Dearborn is in Milford MI, not Dearborn).
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I grew up near Plymouth when it was a sleepy village. Not much camping nearby. Haas lake state park, Wayne County fairgrounds campground and Camp Dearborn.

Also Detroit Greenfield RV park with this Allstays review: A former KOA campground. Largely wooded. No cable. No chance for Satellite in the woods. Too many trees too close to the driveways for big rigs. Recessed, unmarked fire pits in dangerous locations for large RVs. Overall it shows substantial wear and age. Not a good consumer value.

We sometimes stay here. Sort of bare bones, low rates, but easy walking distance to Walmart and restaurants Wayne County Fairgrounds - Belleville Michigan Be sure to check the events calendar before planning a stay.

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Try looking at Haas Lake campground, Proud Lake State Park, and Camp Dearborn.

(BTW, Camp Dearborn is in Milford MI, not Dearborn).
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If you have a toad, I would also recommend Sterling State Park. They have some full hook-up's but mostly just electric sites. The CG is right on a large bay which of course becomes Lake Erie. They take resv. but I believe that they also reserve some sites for travelers. Give them a call, they are usually pretty full on weekends. Also, be aware that sections of north bound 275 will be closed for the next couple months.

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Another state park worth considering is Bruin Lake Campground in the Pinckney Recreation Area (electric only). It is straight out of Plymouth on North Territorial (maybe 45 minutes). Are you looking for a base camp while looking for a place to live or just trying to get some spots lined up for when you move? We like Sterling State park as well but not this summer due to road issues. They do have electric and water at most sites and full hookups at around 25% (maybe). Sites are paved and there are many pull thrus. Check what other state parks might work for you at midnrreservations.com. Have stayed at Proud Lake a little this year - probably a 25 minute ride with the road construction. Haas lake is pretty close and nice (private park) in South Lyon. If you live in the city of Plymouth, you'll need to store your RV elsewhere unless it is a pop up. You'll have more options for storing on property in the township.

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We stayed at the Boston/Cape Cod KOA. It's the first KOA we've ever stayed at that we would not recommend.
Small sites and no enforcement of quiet hours were the worst of it.
It is a clean campground with many things for kids to do.
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We stayed at the Boston/Cape Cod KOA. It's the first KOA we've ever stayed at that we would not recommend.
Small sites and no enforcement of quiet hours were the worst of it.
It is a clean campground with many things for kids to do.
OP is looking for campgrounds around Plymouth, Michigan not Plymouth Mass. However, It is always good to know where not to stay around Boston.
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