Inside a Michigan State Park Camper Cabin [Photos]
Camper cabins are a popular way to enjoy a night at a Michigan state park. Take a look inside the Beacon camper cabin at Holland State Park and learn more about Michigan's camper cabins.
Want to stay at a Michigan state park camper cabin this summer? Availability is limited. Plan for next summer and you'll have a better chance at the location and dates you'd prefer. Reservations are accepted up to one year in advance.
Camper cabins are available at these Michigan state parks:
- Fort Wilkins Historic State Park
- Holland State Park
- Holly Recreation Area
- Interlochen State Park
- Ionia Recreation Area
- Lakeport State Park
- Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area
- Mitchell State Park
- Onaway State Park
- Orchard Beach State Park
- Pinckney State Recreation Area
- Port Crescent State Park
- Proud Lake Recreation Area
- Sleepy Hollow State Park
- Tahquamenon Falls State Park
- Tawas Point State Park
- Van Riper State Park
- Waterloo Recreation Area
Camper cabins sleep six and are 400 square feet. They have electricity, a small refrigerator, a microwave, a table, chairs, a fire ring, a grill, a coffee pot and not much else. Prices vary from $65 to $120 per night. Many are $86 per night.
Here's a look at the typical floor plan for a camper cabin:
Other camping options available at Michigan state parks include mini cabins, yurts, rustic cabins, teepees, pop-up cabins and more.
Our stay at the Beacon camper cabin in Holland was a good one despite the rain. In fact, maybe it was even better because of the rain. Having a solid home to retreat to when the weather turns bad is a welcome option.
Camper cabins are another great way to enjoy Michigan state parks, just be prepared to pack. Camper cabins provide electricity and a solid roof, but not much else.