Accessible Camping Options: Access to site elements meet the Americans with Disabilities Access Guidelines (ADAAG) for building and slope requirements and the Recommendations for Accessibility Guidelines - Outdoor Developed Areas (Oct. 18, 2000) for the number of sites offered. Access routes, connecting elements at Modern Campgrounds, Mini Cabins, and Camper Cabins are surfaced with concrete or blacktop material. Semi Modern, Rustic, and Rustic Cabins have access routes surfaced with firm gravel, limestone, or slag. Equestrian, Group and Organization Campgrounds have access routes surfaced with firm gravel, limestone, slag or natural soil.
- Brimley State Park
- Burt Lake State Park
- Fort Custer Recreation Area
- Harrisville State Park
- Holly Recreation Area
- Indian Lake State Park
- Ionia State Recreation Area
- Leelanau State Park
- Ludington State Park - Beechwood Campground
- Ludington State Park - Cedar Campground
- Ludington State Park - Pines Campground
- McLain State Park
- Mitchell State Park
- North Higgins Lake State Park
- Otsego Lake State Park
- Port Crescent State Park
- South Higgins Lake State Park
- Tawas Point State Park
- Twin Lakes State Park
- Van Riper State Park
Mini-cabins are one room cabins designed to sleep up to four people and are located within modern campgrounds near restroom facilities (exception: Leelanau). Structures provide electricity but no plumbing. Site amenities include; parking, picnic table, grill and /or a fire ring. In the off-season, restroom facilities are provided with vault toilets and drinking water with hand pumps.
Camper cabins are three room cabins designed to sleep up to six people and are located within a modern campground near restroom facilities. Structures provide electricity but no plumbing. Site amenities include; parking, picnic table, grill and / or a fire ring. In the off-season restroom facilities are provided with vault toilets and drinking water with hand pumps.
Rustic cabins are various sized cabins, located in isolated areas accommodating two to twenty-four people. Most of these cabins have either wood or propane heated with no electricity. Site elements include picnic table, fire ring and or grill, with nearby vault toilets and hand pumps/or pressurized spigots.
- Cheboygan State Park Modern Lodge - Sleeps 8
- Fayette Historic State Park's Furnace Hill Lodge - Sleeps 10
- Grand Haven State Park Lodge - Sleeps 8
- Kaug Wudjoo Lodge at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park - Sleeps 12
- Tahquamenon Falls Lodge - Sleeps 10
- Traverse City State Park Cottage - Sleeps 11