Open April 12 - October 13
3527 Coloma Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022Get Directions
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Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 12:00 pm
Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Put an end to your cabin fever and come join us for a spring fling during our opening weekend. Allow us and our staff to welcome you as one of the first guests of the 2019 camping season with free donuts and coffee provided on Saturday morning. Discounted, non-peak season rates will apply.
Camp for a cause and help raise money for KOA's official charity, KOA Care Camp. This program provides kids with cancer with a camping experience at specialized campgrounds across North America. Campers who stay with us as paying guests on Friday, May 10, will receive their stay on Saturday May 11, for just $20.00. All of the $20 fees go directly to the KOA Care Camps Trust Fund.
As we kick off what many consider the first weekend of summer, let's honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we could enjoy the blessings of freedom. The weekend includes a local parade. At the campground we will have our holiday weekend pancake breakfast to benefit KOA Care Camps, a bike parade, craft time for kids and adults, root-beer float special in the General Store Cafe, and our first Outdoor Family Movie Night for the season.
Families can enjoy Outdoor Movie Night every weekend in the summer! Bring your camp chair and kick back as you enjoy popular, family-friendly movies under the stars on our giant screen! Movies will start at dusk and be shown by the pond. Snacks and themed treats will be available for purchase. If weather is inclement, this event will be held in our Club House.
The "Good Guys" always win, especially when we combine Father's Day with a Super Hero Weekend. Dad is already a hero when he brings his kids camping, so let's celebrate him with a special time making your very own superhero mask, followed by father-child relay races. Want to go all out? Make it even more fun with your own superhero costume.
America's birthday and camping go hand-in-hand. Area fireworks will be the pinnacle of a fun-packed weekend that includes a pancake breakfast, red-white-and-blue bike parade, craft time, root beer float special, and our Outdoor Family Movie Night.
Christmas comes to town in what promises to be a joyous weekend. Time with families will be memorable as campers are encouraged to decorate their sites with lights and decorations. Votes will be cast to choose the best site! Craft time, holiday-themed games, Outdoor Family Movie Night and even a visit from our own Santa Clause are expected.
Making this weekend even more special, we will again have a praise-band come in from a local church to lead us in a time of singing Christmas songs in our Club House!
Pure Michigan summer and water are on tap for this fun-packed weekend. Water games such as human bowling slip-n-slide, a visit from the local Fire Department, and a themed Family Movie night will have everyone gushing with laughter.
Celebrate the Dog Days of Summer by bringing your "best friend" camping! During this weekend, we will celebrate our dogs with a special Friday Night Ice Cream Social. For an additional $1 get a "Doggie Dish" for Fido, during our Friday night Ice Cream Social - all proceeds go to support KOA Care Camps. On Saturday night, we will have a Doggie Parade where your pooch can strut their stuff with all their other canine pals. Your pet will be sure to enjoy hanging out with you at your site, running around in our K-9 Park, or going for a walk on our nature trail.
Celebrate all your hard work and the final weekend before the fall schedule kicks back into session full-swing. Our holiday pancake breakfast starts off your Sunday. Kids will enjoy making a craft, and march throughout the campground in a glow stick parade, and enjoy our final Outdoor Family Movie Night of the season.
Value Kard Reward members get a FREE night! Allow us to show our appreciation for the loyalty our Value Kard Reward members have shown all year. Stay with us on Friday, September 13, and get Saturday night free! Note: Must have enrolled in VKR prior to arrival.
Fall camping brings more memories as we enjoy cooler temperatures. Guests are encouraged to prepare their famous chili recipes for this charity event (KOA Care Camps). Participants and hungry campers meet inside our Club House for our third annual Chili Cook-off competition. Guests are also encouraged to decorate their camp sites, and wear fun costumes to participate in a campground parade and "trailer-treating" at night.
In addition to this being our last weekend as we concluded the 2019 season, this weekend also falls on Columbus Day, which is a three-day weekend for many of our guests. Bonus activities will be scheduled on Sunday as well, before we bid all our guests a fond farewell.
Southwestern Michigan is a treat for your senses in the spring. All across our countryside verdant orchards and vineyards explode in pastel blossoms and sweet scents. Our markets reopen, with trays and baskets of ready-to-plant flowers in a brilliant array of colors. It's a great time to take a wine tour, or pick up jars of tantalizing jams and jellies, bunches of just-snapped asparagus, creamy chocolates and palate-pleasing wines and cheeses along the way. You can even participate in Blossom Time Festival activities, such as the Grand Floral Parade. This event is Michigan's oldest and largest multi-community festival.
Celebrate the joy, tradition and beauty that is Tulip Time. Enjoy parades, Dutch dance, shows and events along with millions of tulips in Holland, Michigan. Just a 40 minutes drive north of our campground, this festival is one of the most in the United States!
Antiques on the Bluff is held along tree lined Lake Bluff Park, overlooking Lake Michigan. This antique show is a premier event for St. Joseph and antiquers around Southwest Michigan!Located in Lake Bluff Park the show runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the first Sunday of each month May-October.Rain or shine event.
Celebrate spring and get ready for summer! Enjoy live music, craft beer, regional wines, and local BBQ! This event will be located in Whirlpool Centennial Park, just below the bluff from downtown St. Joseph.
A parade to honor those veterans who have served this great country of ours and sacrificed their lives to keep our freedom. Parade starts at the intersection of Lake Blvd. and Park St. and travels down Lake Blvd. to the John E. N. Howard Bandshell. A short program at the bandshell will be held after the parade.
Every Saturday (9am-2pm), there is a farmer's market at Lake Bluff Park, St. Joseph, located between Broad and Pleasant Streets. Enjoy locally grown jams, honey, hearth-bread baked breads and fine pastries, perennials, cut flowers, organic vegetables and so much more!
The 1.2-mile swim in the clear refreshing waters of Lake Michigan, begins on the beach. The bike course winds through rolling wine country and orchards, and the shaded run is lined with enthusiastic volunteers. Athletes finish on the beach, where families can hang out and play until athletes finish the race. Come participate or watch world-class athletes as they compete for one of the slots to the 2019 Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.
The 58th Annual Krasl Art Fair, presented by Krasl Art Center is the host of one of the premier art shows in the country. Music and entertainment will be provided all day long while you browse more than 200 artist vendors.
This is an annual celebration of the gladiolus flowers and peaches, which are both grown locally. The festival provides three days of family fun for all ages. Events include live music on two stages, a classic car show parade. and a beautiful aerial fireworks display.
The National Blueberry Festival is held on the second weekend of August each year, and is one of the country's oldest continuously-running fruit festivals! We're proud of South Haven's tremendous blueberry crop, and the important industry it represents in our area. Van Buren County is the Nation's most prolific producer of highbush blueberries, and Michigan as a whole produces upward of 100 million pounds each year. Growers, packers, u-picks, specialty equipment, agritourism, cottage industry and more convene right here in Southwest Michigan, and it's all thanks to the delicious and healthy king of fruits- the almighty blueberry!