Amenities

We take pride in clean and well-maintained modern restrooms with shower house (private entry showers), a  coin laundry, and a commercial style dish-washing sink.

Campground Details

  • 100 grassy sites available for individuals
  • Picnic table and fire ring on each site
  • Five group sites, includes one large fire ring on group sites
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Some 20/30/50 sites
  • Coming soon in 2018: All sites will have 20/30/50 and water. Limited sites with sewer hook-up.
  • Main bath house features private entrance showers. Men’s and Women’s restrooms, with modern flush toilets, and handicap accessible stalls.
  • Coin-op laundry facilities
  • Dish-washing sinks
  • Additional restroom facilities near lake.
  • Nighttime security gate.

Camp Store 

  • Open throughout the season (typically 9am-9pm)
  • Candy, s’mores fixin’s, Ice cream treats, Ice
  • Camping basics like paper plates, matches, lighters, roasting sticks, bug spray and sunscreen
  • Order firewood and we’ll deliver it to your site
  • Worms for fishing
  • Souvenirs
  • Bike and Boat rentals.

Pavilion Rental

Our large pavilion is perfect for family reunions, church camps, group picnics, birthday parties, etc.

Call 810-266-4511 or email info@myerslake.org to rent our pavilion for your event.

Barn

The barn opens at 10am each day and is host to crafts, arcade-style games, ping-pong table, billiards, and on special occasions a dance or rainy-day Sunday worship.

Seasonal Sites

We have a limited number of seasonal sites. Call 810-266-4511 or email us to reserve yours.
Seasonal Site Covenant

 

Make reservations online or give us a call at 810-266-4511. We look forward to hosting you!

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The instrument you "hear" when you see this (and sing it in your head), is probably determined by where you learned it (organ, piano, guitar, a cappella). What do you hear? ...

The instrument  you hear when you see this (and sing it in your head), is probably determined by where you learned it (organ, piano, guitar, a cappella). What do you hear?

 

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a well heard pipe organ

My grandma playing the organ at church 😊 Nice memory

My dad playing the organ.

Acappella because that's how the Vandemarks sang it before a meal when we were all together.

Organ in church.

Meg Jensen Wykes....remember band camp....acappella?

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