The pool opens on Memorial Weekend and closes on Labor Day. Pool hours vary with our camp store hours depending on the time of year. In peak season (Mid June - Labor Day) the pool opens at 10 AM and closes with the camp store or at dusk (which ever comes first).
You must bring linens (i.e. towels, sheets, blankets/sleeping bags etc.) for any rustic or deluxe cabin rental. Our campground does not have linens on site.
Check in time is between 2 PM and 9 PM. If you need to arrive later than 9 PM, it's no problem. Please give our office a call and let us know you will be a late arrival. Check out time is 11:00 AM.
Visitors are allowed. They must register with in the camp store and there is a $5.00/person charge. Visiting hours are 9 AM to 9 PM.
Store and office hours are 9:00 AM to 9 PM in peak season (Mid June- Labor Day). Off season hours may vary, please call the office for current hours if you are arriving in the off season.
We are a family friendly park. With that in mind we ask that all guests obey quiet hours from 11 PM to 7 AM. Quiet hours are strictly enforced and we do have night security.
If you are reserving a Holiday time period we require a full stay deposit for your stay. If you need to cancel a holiday reservation, cancellations must be made 30 days prior to your arrival date for a refund (less a $10 processing fee.) If less than a 30 day notice is given on a holiday cancellation your full stay deposit is forfeited. There are no exceptions on holiday cancellations.
It's our hope and goal to always provide our guests with the same kind of wonderful camping experiences we've had through the years.We're the Eller family. Mike and Robin Eller, and Michael and Jennifer Eller and we are excited to be the owners and your hosts at the Oscoda KOA! Our love of camping started over 35 years ago when we would go camping with a two-man “pup tent” strapped to the headlight of the motorcycle, and a couple sleeping bags strapped to the backrest.
The thousands of miles we traveled, the places we went, and the sights we saw are too numerous to mention. Sure, there were times when we were cold and wet; or the ground under the sleeping bag was hard and lumpy. But, there was always something about the love of the outdoors, the sound of the wood crackling in the campfire, the bright stars overhead, and the wind blowing through the trees that made us anxious to go again.
As great as our love of the outdoors is, we love the people interaction side of camping even more. We will never forget how after one of those cold, wet nights in the pup tent, the couple in the site next to us invited us to their site for coffee and breakfast. We had never seen these people before crawling out of the tent that morning. Yet, they invited us to join them for breakfast, coffee, and the warmth of their fire. How wonderful was that?
Through the years as our family grew, we went from the pup tent, to larger tents, to huge multi-room tents, and then to even larger multi-room RVs. In our travels, we learned the type of things that draw tent campers and RVers to a park. We've also learned a lot of the things they don't like.
In 2007 we decided we wanted to get into the campground business. When we first saw the park, we thought it was one of the prettiest and most peaceful we had ever seen and we fell in love with it at first sight. We found and bought the Oscoda KOA in mid-season that year.
We made plans for changes that would make the Oscoda KOA an even better family oriented park. Check out our photo gallery and see some of the changes we've already made. More improvements are in the works. Come join us now and in the years to come as we work to make the Oscoda KOA the premier RV Park and Kampground in the region!
It's our hope and goal to always provide our guests with the type of wonderful kamping experiences we've had through the years. Ones that will make them want to return over and over again.
The Eller family