All visitor and vehicles must register before entering the park and obtain a vehicle pass; $5.00 per person. Visiting hours are over at 10pm.
Please Note: In an effort to protect our trees from the Emerald Ash Borer, we will no longer permit any of our guests to bring their own firewood of any kind. The state of Michigan recommends no moving of firewood in the State and no outside wood brought into any campgrounds. Firewood is available on site for purchase.
10pm to 9am. Recreational areas are closed during these hours. Play area closes at 9pm.
Check In Time: 3 pm for all sites Check Out Time: RV & Tent sites is 2pm; Cabins, Deluxe Cabins & RV rental unit is 12pm. Eastern Standard Time. Early check in before noon is $15, Late check out until 6pm is $15. All late check outs need to be arranged in advance at the front office, late check out without advance notice is automatically charged $15.
Refer to normal KOA corporate cancellation policy unless it is a Holiday or Special Event weekend, Harbor Fest Weekend June 16-19 or over Blueberry Festival August 11-14. Holiday Weekends, Harbor Fest and Blueberry Festival Cancellation: require a cancellation greater than 2 weeks prior to arrival date for RV & Tent sites and 3 weeks for Cabins, Deluxe Cabins & RV rental unit. If cancellation occurs after that time deposit is non-refundable. Cancellations occurring within 48 hours of arrival for any site are non-refundable and no rain check. No refunds for early check out on Holiday or special event weekends. No refunds for early check outs on cabins, deluxe cabins or RV rental unit at any time.
All unlicensed motorized vehicles/scooters/gators prohibited. Golf carts with a permit from the KOA office are allowed. You MUST provide proof of insurance for your golf cart. Your insurance carrier can email proof to firstname.lastname@example.org See office for details at check-in.
In an effort to maintain a quality camping atmosphere for all campers, the site rate is inclusive of up to 2 dogs/site. Additional dogs will be $4/night/dog. The number of dogs is clarified at check in and charged at that time, not at the time of the reservation. All pets must be kept on a 6 foot leash or less and under control at all times. Dogs that exhibit any aggressive behavior, or excessive barking at campers walking by will be asked to leave. Please use designated dog walk areas and clean up after your pet. Pets may NOT be left unattended at your site and must leave the campground whenever the owner leaves. Dogs are not allowed to dig holes at campsites. No pets in buildings, playground or pool. (Please, no doggie deposits left in blueberry patches). Downtown South Haven is dog friendly and encourages you to bring your pet shopping with you. Only restaurants are excluded from having pets.
All fires must be contained in fire rings and attended. Do not move fire rings. Do NOT bring in firewood due to Emerald Ashborer disease. Firewood is for sale at the campground.
Blueberry Season: The season typically starts around July 4th through Labor Day. We are the only KOA that has an active farm within the confines of the campground. We produce 3 varieties of berries: Blue Crop, Jersey & Elliot. We offer U-pick to campers as well as to the public. Pricing is dependent on the market. If you would like to pick please ask at the front desk for current pricing information and an approved picking container. We also take blueberry orders at check in or anytime during your stay if you want us to do the work. If you would like to schedule your stay around blueberry season, feel free to give us a call.
We want our campers to enjoy a stress free, family fun atmosphere to create those lasting memories.
"We knew we wanted a family business where everyone including the kids could participate and use their own personal gifts and talents," said Libby. "KOA was a perfect fit because of our love for camping and the opportunity to spend family time together."
Their philosophy on family is what makes the campground so inviting. "We have always felt that spending time together as a family is important," said Libby. "We want our campers to enjoy a stress free, family fun atmosphere to create those lasting memories."
One activity that families can enjoy on the campground is picking blueberries that are ready to be picked from July to early September. "We have over 4 acres of u-pick blueberries on the campground," said Tom. "South Haven area is famous for its quality of blueberries and has come to be known as the Blueberry Capitol."
Before entering the camping industry, Tom was a project manager and engineer for 12 years and Libby was a very busy stay at home mom and physical therapist.
In their spare time, Libby loves to garden, while Tom enjoys hunting. Tom is in the state record book for his 6 point deer that is showcased in the campground lodge, along with his elk and his brother's state record 33 point non-typical deer. As you walk the campground you will see many of Libby's landscaping projects, she loves flowers.