Camper Cabins / Bunkhouses

Camper cabins are 400-square foot cabins situated on a scenic lots overlooking lakes, bays and rivers. Showers and bathroom facilities are nearby in the modern campground. Each cabin sleeps up to six people with two sets of bunk beds in their own rooms and a futon in the main living area. The cabins offer electrical outlets, shelves for food and supplies, fire circles and outdoor picnic tables. You must supply your own bedding, dishes and cookware.

Mini Cabins

Mini cabins are located within state park campgrounds with easy access to park amenities such as shower buildings, water fountains, playgrounds and beaches. They are designed to sleep four people with bunkbeds and mattresses. You must provide all bedding, cookware and tableware. The cabins have electricity, a microwave and small refrigerator. They do not have bathrooms or water, but most are conveniently located near the campground toilet/shower buildings. Additionally, rustic bunkhouses sleep up to 24 in bunkbeds.

Rustic Cabins

Rustic cabins are located on quiet, isolated sites and many have waterside views. They range in size, accommodating 2-24 people. Each cabin provides single-sized beds or bunks with mattresses, a table, chairs, brooms and a propane heater or wood stove for heat. You supply their own bedding, dishes and cookware. At some of the more remote cabins, additional equipment may be provided to make it easier for campers packing in equipment.


Yurts are sturdy, tent-like structures made with insulated canvas exteriors and an interior of attractive wood latticework. Yurts come with amenities such as tables, chairs, bunkbeds/mattresses, armoires, a woodstove with cooktop and small propane grills (propane not included).


Tepees have a solid floor, closeable flaps and sleep up to four people in bunk beds or cots. Park staff sets up the tepee at some locations while other parks feature tepees that remain set up throughout the camping season.Tepee policies may vary from park to park. Please contact the park directly to learn more.

Pop-up Campers

Some of our campgrounds have pop-up campers available for rent. These campers come with some camping necessities for a hassle-free camping experience. For more details, please call the park for a list of what is included.

RV & Camping Equipment Rentals

  • Whether you’re new to camping or want to try out specific brands before you invest in new gear, several DNR partnerships make getting geared up a cinch.

  • Rent camping gear & equipment: Arrive Outdoors

    You can easily rent premium outdoor gear and apparel, and get it delivered right to your door. Ten percent of your rental supports Michigan state parks if you use this link.

  • RV rentals

    There are many small businesses that offer RV rentals in state parks, trails and waterways. You're next trip just got easier!

Map of lodging locations