Must register before entering the park. Visiting hours are over at 10pm. Maximum of 6 people per site.
10pm to 7am. Exterior lighting must be turned off upon retiring. Keep in mind that voices carry at night, especially in groups. All volleyball, basketball, horseshoes and other game areas, including playground, are closed.
For your safety, please keep bicycles and rollerblades away from main gate, off all sidewalks and decks and out of buildings. After 10pm or dark no riding bicycles, skateboards, scooters, in-line skates for the safety of pedestrians.
They must be kept on a leash and under control at all times. Please use Dog Walk and clean up after your pet. Pets are not to be left unattended at your campsite. Pets are not allowed in the playground, pool area, restrooms or the main building. Pets are to leave the campground whenever the owner leaves.
All fires must be contained in fire rings and attended at all times. Fire rings are not to be moved. No wood, dead or alive, is to be collected within the park.
Please use them for transportation to and from the park only. Golf carts may be used in some cases, but only with prior permission from management.
We treat campers like they are guests in our home.
Working has always been a sweet deal for the Rose family.
Before they built the Petoskey KOA in 1993, Wayne and Lorene owned a chocolate and ice cream franchising business.
But their 30-year love affair with camping eventually won out over chocolate.
"We love the lifestyle, and we saw a campground as a real need in our hometown," said Wayne. The campground facilities are just the way the Roses always wanted things when they camped. They should be, because they carved the campground out of Michigan's woods in 1993.
But it's their staff and their dedication to great customer service that the Roses say is their best asset.
"We treat campers like they are guests in our home."