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|Alanson Area Rallies and Groups
Alanson Area Rallies and Large Group Accommodations at Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping
Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping hosts dozens of large groups and rallies each season in the Alanson area. Whether you're a group of RV'ers, motor coaches, bicyclists, or just an affiliation of campers of all shapes and sizes we can help you make your event a success. With dozens of site types as well as cabin rentals we can accommodate any type of traveling group.
Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping has several features that are specially available to groups/rallies such as:
The campground facilities include:
To see a video online about the camp and to learn about the camp's history, see the new YouTube Show “click here” and local attractions for the Alanson area "click here". Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping is located nearly "next door" to Mill Creek Discovery Park (formerly known as Mill Creek Historic Park), which is also operated by the State Park Commission (the same agency that operates Mackinac Island). That historic park features a fully reconstructed revolutionary war period operating water powered saw mill.
If you are considering northern Michigan or the Alanson area as a destination or a stopping point for your group for rally you probably already know about the many world-class attractions located there. You can find us located just 2 miles south of the Mackinac Bridge and Mackinaw City on US Highway 23. Here is a list of some of the most popular local attractions:
The Alanson area includes:
Our reservation specialists handle groups of all sizes and might even be able to make suggestions to even the most organized and experienced rally/group leaders that could help make their events even more successful, trouble-free and enjoyable.
Even if your group has been to the Alanson area in the past, you will find no shortage of wonderful and memorable things to do. There are many new attractions, like Thunder Falls Family Water Park, the Courtyard Shopping District of Mackinaw City, the 310 acre Mackinaw Club 18 Hole Golf Course, not to mention the obvious world-class attractions that caused Mackinac to be named the second National Park in the United States, (after Yellowstone National Park).