How much does it cost to camp at Holland State Park?
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. Moderately popular destinations, such as Sterling State Park in Monroe or Port Crescent in Port Austin, went up $2 per night.
How do I make reservations at Michigan state parks?
We prefer to use the Michigan DNR reservation website, https://www.midnrreservations.com/. You can also book via the DNR phone reservation system by calling (800) 44-PARKS.
What time can I make reservations for Michigan state parks?
For those most popular parks, here are tips to help give customers a better chance. Use the reservation website at the six month window – midnrreservations.com. You can book a campsite up to six months in advance of your desired arrival date and can book for up to 15 nights. The booking window opens at 8 a.m.
When can you make reservations at Michigan state parks?
Campsite reservations can be made up to 6 months prior to the date of arrival. Backcountry reservations can be made up to 6 months prior to the date of arrival.
How do I reserve a cabin in the Porcupine Mountains?
For Reservations, Call the Park at 906-885-5275 or 1-800-44-PARKS. Trailside camping is permitted, but not within 1 mile of any cabin, shelter, scenic area or road.
How much does it cost to get into Holland State Park beach?
Michigan residents: THERE IS NO DAY PASS. An Annual Passport is $17 at the Park. Out of State Residents: Annual Pass $34 or Daily Admission $9.
What time do Michigan state park reservations open?
More information on the Michigan state park and harbor reservations system can be found at midnrreservations.com/reservation-information. The reservations system opens daily at 8 a.m. Monday through Friday, and at 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.