- 50 Amp Service Sites Available
- Arcade Games
- Banana Peel Bike Rentals ($)
- Basketball Court
- Cabins & Deluxe Cabins
- Cable TV Available
- Deluxe Sites
- Fun Train
- Giant Checker Set
- Giant Checkers
- Giant Chess Set
- Horseshoe Pits
- Jumping Pillow
- Laundry $
- Miniature Golf
- Movie Nights
- Paved main roads
- Pet Playground
- Picnic Tables
- Planned Activities
- Pull-Thru Sites
- RV Clubs & Rallies
- Spider Web
- Volleyball Court
The activities listed below are available on select days during the summer from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Available on select days from Memorial Day through Labor Day. You could wear a plain old boring t-shirt or you could join us and create artistic delights! We'll dazzle you with our brightly colored creations.
Available on select days from Memorial Day through Labor Day, this is one of our most popular activities. Join us as we decorate our bikes with the latest fashion accessories. We might even parade through the campground to show off our masterpieces!
Join us for daily train rides around the campground every day from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Meet at the store in the mornings at 10:00am or the evenings at 6pm.
Arts & Crafts
Join us in the game room every morning for arts and crafts. You never know what we'll create next so don't miss this chance to spend time with your kids and make something awesome!
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Mother's Day Weekend
We will have train rides, movies, and a craft to give to mom on Sunday. Sunday morning we will have a free pancake breakfast in the recreation room. Weather permitting the Jumping Pillow will be open.
Father’s Day Weekend
Arts & crafts, Movies & Popcorn,Train rides and a free pancake breakfast on Sunday morning.The Heated pool and Jumping Pillow will be open. Rent bikes or our new Roller Racers. (They look like such fun!)
Labor Day Weekend
Family games & activities, tie-dye t-shirts, crafts, train ride, bike decorating & parade, movies & popcorn.
Meet Your Hosts
"Customers make our business! This is the kind of campground worth making it back to again and again."
It was an opportunity for David and Cathleen Kuebler that came at the "right time - right place" when they purchased their KOA campground in 1994. David was an executive director, and Cathleen worked in daycare. The campground was not originally a KOA campground, but they were able to turn their vision into reality and bring KOA to Traverse City. They had not planned on owning the KOA, but when the opportunity presented itself, they snatched it up.
"Customers make our business," said Cathleen. "This is the kind of campground worth making it back to again and again." David and Cathleen take pride in the campground cleanliness, the family-oriented nature of their KOA, and in keeping people happy. "We are happy to have them," Cathleen commented about her guests. Returning campers attest to their excellent customer service.
In their spare time, David likes to go fishing, while Cathleen dabbles into everything, including painting and cake decorating.