The Icopod Rental, an experimental structure, is our best value at the campground. There is only ONE of these at the camp, so reserve early.
** Note: Unfortunately, the Icopod is no longer available.
Icopod Rental Features:
- The Icopod is very NEAR the lake, but not ON the lake.
- Ceiling Fan, Lights, Outdoor Grill, Electric
- Sleeps 2
- Full Bed
- Bring your own linens and bedding.
- Use of camp showers and restrooms.
- Kitchenette: Microwave & Small Fridge
- Wi-Fi* (*click for more info)
- Sorry, NO pets, NO smoking, NO cooking & NO small children (under 5) inside Icopod.
Icopod at Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping.
About Our Icopod Rental
The Icopod is the size of a medium sized tent. It measures 10 feet wall to wall and stands 12 feet tall. One of the best values in the Mackinaw area and one of only a few Icopod's on the continent! See a slideshow of the Icopod Assembly. Located near the camp store, our heated pool, flush toilets, and showers.
Bring your own linens, bedding or sleeping bags. Guests use our camp showers and restrooms located nearby. The Icopod rental includes a kitchenette that features a small refrigerator and a microwave (bring your own utensils).
Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping is situated on 1 mile of lakeshore and features a heated pool, camp store, Wi-Fi* (*click for more info), 3 playgrounds and a free shuttle to the Mackinac Island Ferries. (Pool and store open Memorial Day through Labor Day).
Download a PDF of the sign in front of the Icopod: Icopod Sign.
The Icopod - A Humanitarian Shelter
In the summer of 2005, Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping was accepted as a beta testing partner by Icosa Village to test the Icopod in Northern Michigan. See how Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping Tests Icopod to learn about this unique cabin alternative.
Icopod was named "Invention of the Year" by Time Magazine and has been used by Doctors Without Borders in Kashmir to help aid earthquake victims. You can get your own Icopod or a dependable inexpensive Tek Yurt from Folded Homes. Their mission is focused on helping address the humanitarian shelter crisis.