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Northern Michigan Campground & 18 Hole Golf Course
Mackinac's RV, Cottage, Cabin, Trailer & Tent Resort
TRY OUR MACKINAW CLUB 18 HOLE GOLF COURSE
FREE - Driving Range & "bucket of balls" for our campers*
SPECIAL - Our guests play 18 holes (w/cart) for $15 after 2 p.m.*
* not valid Holiday Weekends in July & September
NEW for 2013 - We have enlarged even more of our sites and added dozens more large permanent concrete fire rings to our camp sites.
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Michigan's number one tourist destination and enjoy one of nature's most
spectacular natural settings on a mile of shoreline viewing the Straits
of Mackinac, the Mackinac Bridge, Mackinac Island, Lake Huron, Lake
Michigan, Island Ferry Boats, Lake Freighters, wildlife, the brilliant
azure blue of the Great Lakes and the hospitality offered by a camping
resort established and operated by the Rogala family
Named the "Top Family Friendly Campground" by the Detroit News, Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping is an ideal place for those wishing for a retreat where they can experience peaceful relaxation as well as those who strive for a more active recreational experience.
Miles of hiking and biking roads and trails, natural beaches, heated pool, a newly remodeled camp store and arcade/game room, free mini golf, free shuttle to Mackinac Island Ferries, free nightly hayrides and antique fire truck rides as well as play and stay golfing specials for our guests at our new 18 hole, 310 acre Mackinaw Club Golf Course assure that there is always something to do for everyone.
(Pool, store and arcade open Memorial Day through Labor Day).
Featuring sites for everything from the most luxurious RV to those who just want to pitch a tent as well as beautiful lakefront cabin rentals, the resort has something for everyone seeking to enjoy Michigan's great outdoors.
For those seeking a solitary experience in nature we recommend scheduling your visit in May and early June or Mid September to October. October color usually peaks sometime around the 2nd week in October.