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What are the names of some Michigan campgrounds?

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Michigan campgrounds include Emmett KOA, Apple Creek campground, Newberry KOA, Fuzzy Bear campground and Irish Hills Kampground. There are hundreds of campgrounds across the state of Michigan. There are tent-only campgrounds, RV-only campgrounds and ones that allow both.

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Emmett campground is a 40-acre campground that is on a 4-acre lake. The camp is situated on wooded lands that gives campers a lot of recreation options. There is no fishing license required to fish in the 4-acre lake, though it is catch and release only. The campground allows both RV's and tents. In addition to basic camping amenities, they offer a snack bar, Wi-Fi, bike rentals, mini-golf and cable TV.

Apple Creek is located in Ann Arbor, near the University of Michigan campus. The site is pet friendly and close to several lakes for fishing or boating. The location offers Wi-Fi, convenience store, propane, picnic areas and laundry area.

Newberry has more than 100 shaded camp spots for people to use. Campers can enjoy the sights, play mini-golf, drive pedal carts and use the camp store. They are located near a number of boating and hiking areas. They offer a pool and sell extra supplies that campers may need like firewood. There is also a pavilion that can be used for gatherings and sheltered picnics.

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