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Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping

Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping is one of many great places and tourist attractions in Mackinaw City, MI with over 600 sites on one mile of shoreline viewing the Mackinac Bridge, Mackinaw City, St. Ignace and Mackinac Island.


Video Tour of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping

A detailed look at Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping and the amazing attractions that have made the Mackinac Area a leading tourist destination. Includes the camp, Mackinaw City, Mackinac Island, Soo Saulte Marie, Taquamenon Falls, Fort Michilimackinac, Mill Creek Discovery Park, Whitefish Point, The Coast Guard Ice Breaker Mackinaw Museum, The Garlyn Zoo.


Photo of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping, in Mackinaw City, MI.Photo of logo for TV 9&10 News' Viewers Choice for Favorite campground in Northern Michigan.9730 U.S. 23 Lake Huron
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
Phone: (231) 436-5584
Fax: (208) 246-4350
office@campmackinaw.com
http://www.campmackinaw.com/

Secure Online Reservations

Named one of Michigan's most family friendly parks by the Detroit News this campground is also one of the most beautiful. The park has 600 sites on one mile of shoreline with a view of Mackinac Bridge, Mackinaw City, St. Ignace and Mackinac Island. Sites for everything from tents to the largest RV. Camping Cabins, Full Hook-ups, heated pool (in season), park store, internet access, two playgrounds, natural beaches, miles of roads and trails for walking, cycling or skating. Free Shuttle to Island Ferry's. Group and rally facilities are available.

Take a relaxing hay ride or enjoy a ride on the 1930's fire engine around the beautiful campground location and take in a sunset behind the Mackinac Bridge. Make a reservation and enjoy many other Mackinaw City attractions. Or just come by for a visit to Mackinaw City's family owned campground, built and operated by the Rogala Family since 1963.


Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping - Online Brochure

Virtual brochure and information for Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping, one of many online travel brochures for tourist information in Mackinaw City, MI. Provided by your source for Mackinaw Information and Mackinac Information.

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Virtual PDF brochure of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping

One mile of shoreline with views of the Mackinac Bridge and Mackinac Island.

Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping views Mackinac Bridge, Mackinac Island, Mackinaw City, St. Ignace, Round Island, Bois Blanc, Lake Freighters.

3 miles south of Mackinaw City, on US23

Features:

  • 600 sites
  • 200 acres
  • Free shuttle to ferry
  • Camping cabins
  • Full hook-ups
  • Wi-Fi
  • Internet Cafe
  • LP Gas refilling
  • Camp Store
  • Arcade
  • Heated Pool
  • Rally Building
  • Flush Toilets

Play our beautiful new 18-hole golf course on 310 acres, for more info visit: http://www.mackinawclub.com/

For all campers from tents to large RVs. Sites with electric, electric & water and full hookup.

Bridgeview - Lake Front - Cabins

Welcome:

  • Rallies
  • Groups
  • Family Reunions

If you have new or updated information about Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping, please contact us.

Reader Comments (6)

We enjoyed 4th of July at Mackinaw Mill Creek Campgrounds,you can see fireworks from 3 different spots[Mackinaw City, ST. Ignace,and Mackinaw Island] so you have fireworks going off all around you. Very good time.Looking forward to it again this year.

June 18, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterduf

Stayed weekends a few years back, enjoyed the area so much, we actually asked if there was a way to spend more time here, and one of the options was to become workampers. So we did, spent the last 7 years working as workampers, enjoying the beautiful area. What a great place to meet so many people of all type camping and occupational lifestyles. It gave us a chance to "live where people vacation"! What a treasure of memories.

June 19, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterprduflo

Take time to sit at the waterfront and watch freighters going by. When the lake is calm you can hear the drum-beat of the propellers!! While walking around you can see hundreds of Canadian Geese grazing on the acres of grassy vegetation available for their enjoyment. Chip monks and sometimes you may even see small frogs living by the lake shore. Blue jays, doves, crows, and of course sea gulls are some of the bird type you may see. OH, an once in a while you see kites stuck in trees. And if the grass on your site is a little tall, it's because the mower guy didn't want to blow dust on your neighbors' rigs.

June 19, 2010 | Unregistered Commentermower man

To get a real feel of the atmosphere you should come visit MMCC at various times of the summer season. You can sometimes walk around and find places to "get-away from-it-all", but if you like to see how we accommodate a park-full: come see us Memorial-day weekend, car show weekends, Fourth of July weekend--even watch fireworks from the shoreline, and Labor Day weekend.

You'll be amazed at how quickly differentiated groups of people can find themselves relaxing and enjoying themselves at Mackinaw Mill Creek after they have spent a hectic time working.

June 19, 2010 | Unregistered Commentermower man

We absolutely love this campground, we try to visit every year. Though it is one of the largest campgrounds we visit we usually get the site we request that sits right on the lakes edge. The campground is in the perfect location while making day trips to the all the awesome places of interest, the falls, White Fish Point, Soo Locks, Mackinac Island, Mackinaw City, the Fort, Mill Creek Discovery Park, And my Favorite Place The Mackinaw Club Golf Course...I'm sure I left out a few places we like to visit there is just sooo much to do in the area. I've been to quite a few campgrounds and would have to add, this is one of the cleanest and most friendly places to stay while in this part of Michigan and the views this campground offers are truly spectacular. I would recommend it to everybody.

April 20, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWill G.

Looks great! We're going to Mackinac Island this summer and we might have to bring our RV and stop off here!

Edit: Page content has moved. Original comment made June 6th, 2012.

July 9, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterrv_guy_bill

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