Campground

Campground on Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan Camp & Retreat has around 100 sites on a camp connected to Lake Michigan. Access to the lake is via trail or 1 of 2 boardwalks over the dune. Individual sites are best booked in advance. Site sizes and hook ups range from tents to RVs with water and electric hookups.

New at “North Camp”

  • Three new family cabins
  • Upgraded electrical
  • Improved dump station and wider roads for easier access.

What makes the campground special?

  • Beautiful, wooded sites just on the other side of the dune from Lake Michigan.
  • Our campground’s primary focus is family / group / church camping.
  • Pavilion with kitchen facilities attached is available for group use.
  • Large gathering area with seating for campfires and worship services
  • Restrooms and shower facilities convenient to campsites.

Season: May 1 – Oct 15.

Max RV size: 35ft, Most sites are for RVs under 30ft

Platform canvas tents: available by reservation

Cabins: available by reservation.

 

Lake Michigan is a safe, family friendly Christian campground open to the public. Membership in any church is not required.

RESERVATIONS

Reservations are strongly recommended. Occasionally drive-on sites are available.

Call 231-869-5627 or email info@lakemichigancamp.org

ACTIVITIES

Kayaking, playground, putt-putt golf, campfires, mountain biking, fun in the dunes, tire swing, field games, gaga ball, basketball, volleyball, team building, slingshots, hiking, prayer labyrinth, and more to come!

 

 

Contact

  • 5807 Ridge Rd
    Pentwater, MI 49449

    Director, Erik Bengston
    Call or email to make reservations
    231-869-5627
    info@lakemichigancamp.org

  • 231-869-5627
  • Directions

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What a great trip. Can’t wait to hear all about it.

The Tri-Water Adventure Camp has successfully traversed the Manistee River Trail. Now on to their second water adventure the Pine River tomorrow on a raft trip. Thank you all so much for your continued prayers for both the youth and leaders 🙏🏼 Keep checking this post for more pictures as the mobile service is slow tonight and the pics are coming in slowly. ... See MoreSee Less

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Love this! I bet they are are tired. Hope they have the energy to navigate the river. Continued prayers that all of you "meet" God on this journey and that you all return home safe. Looking forward to your report Jolie.

What a trip this must be. It is great to be able to experience God’s beauty with peers who are also in search of a journey.

Lillian Robertson

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