Opening Weekend Stay Friday get Saturday FREE! Potluck Saturday bring a dish to pass.
Come Camp and Care with us Weekend/ Mother's Day Weekend (Stay Friday get Saturday FREE!) Help us raise money for KOA Care Camps, supporting kids with cancer.
Armed Forces Weekend 20% total off stay with id for Veterans, and Active Military
Victoria Day- Canadian Holiday
Memorial Weekend-Stars & Stripes Weekend (Friday-Monday 3 night minimum)
School's Out Weekend
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Christmas in July
Western Weekend/ Canadian Civic Holiday
Redneck Hillbilly Weekend
All campers in a party must be 21 years of age in order to register at our campground and/or must have a parent staying with the party the entire stay.
Please Note: Our KOA has a number of Ash trees. In an effort to protect them from the Emerald Ash Borer we can no longer permit any of our guests to bring their own firewood. The state of Michigan recommends no moving of firewood in the State and no outside wood brought into any campgrounds.
We do allow one car per camp site, cabins, deluxe cabins. Extra cars are charged $2 per night and are parked at the front by the entrance. This is for the safety of the children.
We welcome the furry members of your family to our park. We have no restriction on breed of dog. We do insist that you have control over your dog at all times including barking. Do not let small children walk a dog that they cannot control. Please pick up after your dog. Also pets are not allowed on the beach or in the lake, as it is tested for bacteria weekly. Pets are now allowed in our rental cabins and deluxe cabins however one pet per unit and is charged $10 per night additional. Pets are not be left unattended in cabins or deluxe cabins.
Meet Your Hosts
"We pride ourselves on delivering great service and making sure there is a friendly atmosphere throughout the campground."
Fun packed family vacations were a treat that Chris and Debbie Pietras always tried to provide and those vacations came in the form of great camping trips. While both had busy schedules, Chris owned a wholesale meat business, and Debbie, who continues to be a full-time registered nurse, were able to get away for quick weekend trips with their children.
"The weekend trips never did seem long enough and we always thought owning a campground would be a great way to have the experience last longer," says Debbie. "We found a way that allowed us to continue working with people, be outdoors at the same time and allow us time with our family," says Chris. Owning the Emmett KOA has given them just that...and a whole lot more.
The Pietras' daughter, Amy, manages the campground. She graduated from Wayne State University with a teaching degree. Amy and her husband Dan have 2 boys, Angelo who is 3 and Vincenzo who is 1. Their son, Christopher Jr. who is now married to Mary, is teaching at Mills Park Middle School in Cary NC teaching Business Education classes. Chris Jr comes to work for a few weeks during his summer vacation from teaching.
Keeping the campers happy and entertained is another way we strive to shine in our campground business. "We pride ourselves on delivering pleasant customer service and making sure there is a friendly atmosphere throughout the campground," says Debbie.
Even with the enjoyment of a busy campground, the Pietras' look forward to the off season so they can continue their first love of camping, along with cooking, vacations, and entertaining family & friends.