The cost of overnight tent camping at one of the 1,200 rustic state forests campgrounds will be $13. Shelters in state parks will range from $35 for teepees at various sites to $120 for a camper cabin at Holley Recreation Area.
How much does it cost to camp at a Michigan state park?
As might be expected, the most popular sites go up the most. Camping at Silver Lake, Holland, Grand Haven and Petoskey state parks will go up $4 per night, to name a few. A full hookup site at Holland State Park now will cost $37 per night, while a 50-amp site is $33 per night, and a 20/30-amp site is $31 per night.
Can you camp for free in Michigan State Forest?
Where allowed, dispersed camping is permitted on state-owned land for free. The following rules apply: The campsite must not be located in a designated state park, recreation area, rustic state forest campground or game area. The campsite must be located more than one mile from a rustic state forest campground.
Are bathrooms open at Michigan state parks?
COVID-19 HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR STATE PARKS AND CAMPGROUNDS: Its recommended that visitors wear face masks when inside any enclosed public building for your safety and the safety of others. Some drinking fountains remain closed. Staff clean restrooms/shower buildings several times a day.