Open April 12 - October 13
3527 Coloma Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022Get Directions
RV Sites, Tent Sites
Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 12:00 pm
Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
(1) You'll be camping at the closest KOA to several, beautiful Lake Michigan beaches;
(2) You'll discover our General Store and Cafe filled with unique gifts/souvenirs, toys, groceries, ice cream, Hunt Brothers Pizza and more!
(3) You'll find time to play and relax on the 41-acre grounds that offers guests a park-like atmosphere with paved roads, mature trees and complete with heated pool, hot tub, jumping pillow, mini golf and playground.
(4) You'll enjoy special activities led by our fun staff including train rides, ice cream socials, pancake breakfasts and themed weekends.
(5) You'll be a mere minutes away from top SW Michigan wineries, vineyards and fruit farms.
(6) You'll have easy access along the Paw Paw River for fishing, paddle boarding and kayaking.
(7) You'll take home memories you make here with family or friends.
Tired of feeling "nickeled and dimed" or discovering there are hidden resort fees added when you show up at other campgrounds? Our Full Access Registration Rates allows you and your family to enjoy ALL of our campgrounds amenities* (e.g. W-Fi, pool, hot tub, jumping pillow, mini-golf, and game/equipment rentals). Your registration costs is determined with base rates that includes two adults. A cost of $6 is added for additional adults and $3 for children between 5-17 years of age. Children under the age of 5 are completely FREE. (* Full Access Registration Rates excludes bike rentals, Arcade games and special event activities).
In addition to our "Hot Deals," our rates include a discount for Off-Peak season camping (before Memorial Day and after Labor Day). Peak Season rates and holiday rates will apply for Memorial Day, and Labor Day weekend. A minimum three night stay is required for holidays, and a two-night minimum stay is required for all weekends during the Peak Season.
Register online today or call us for an estimated cost of your stay.
Visitors of registered guests are welcome to come, but must stop in at the office and pay a Visitor fee and receive a pass. Cost is $6/day per adult and $3/day per child ages 5-17. They are then welcome to enjoy all the park amenities, and may stay until 10:00pm. Visitors who stay less than 2 hours can receive a full refund of their fee. Visitors wishing to stay the night must inform the office before the front desk closes. Parking is limited on sites, and Visitors may be required to park in the General Store parking lot area.
Our registration desk is open to serve guests until 9pm during our Peak Season (Memorial Day-Labor Day) and 8pm during the spring and fall. When guests arrive after hours, a registration envelope will be placed in the Night Registration Box which is immediately to the right of the General Store front door. The envelope will have your name written on it, and will include a car pass and site map outlining how to get to your assigned site.
If you are staying with us for more than one night, guests are required to stop by the registration desk in the morning to complete the process for the remainder of your stay.
Please also note that we are in the Eastern time zone.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE IN THE EASTERN TIME ZONE.
Check-in time for all sites and/or cabins is any time AFTER 1:00pm. Check-out time for cabins is 11am. Check out time for sites is noon. Late Check-out may be requested and MUST be approved in advance with the Office. The Late Check-Out fee is $15.00 and permits registered guests to continue to enjoy the park amenities until 4:00pm.
Cancellation of your non-holiday reservation for an RV or tent site made with MORE THAN a two days before arrival date will receive a full refund, minus a $10.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations made with LESS THAN two days notice, will forfeit the one night's stay deposit.
Cancellation of your Camping Cabin, non-holiday reservation made with MORE THAN a one week before arrival date will receive a full refund, minus a $10.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations made with LESS THAN one week's notice, will forfeit the one night's stay deposit.
Reservations for Holidays and Deluxe Cabins will require a full deposit for your entire stay. Reservations for Holidays also require a three-night minimum stay.
Cancellation of your Holiday or Deluxe Cabin reservation made with MORE THAN a two weeks before arrival date will receive a full refund, minus a $10.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations made with LESS THAN two weeks notice, will receive a refund of the deposit, minus a one night's stay cancellation fee. Cancellations made with LESS THAN TWO DAYS of arrival or No-Show forfeit entire deposit.
We fully understand that inclement weather is not as ideal for camping, but unfortunately, the weather is not in our control. As a result, we won't take credit for the sunshine, nor the blame for rain.
When reservations are made, guests must understand that they are agreeing to our cancellation policies for their camping plans. While we cannot guarantee the weather will be perfect for your stay (although we certainly hope it will), WE GUARANTEE that once your camping reservations are made, we ensure that a camping experience with us is available only for you, and as such, we turn away all other prospective guests from that point forward. As a business we also incur an expense to process reservations via your credit card payment. Therefore, even in instances of inclement weather, refunds of reservation deposits will be made consistent with our cancellation policies.
It is our policy to allow only ONE RV or tent on a camping site, with no more then 6 persons. However, special exceptions can be made in advance for families camping with children under the age of 17. Please contact the office to make your arrangements.
As a family-friendly campground, alcoholic beverages are permitted, however, we ask that they remain only at your campsite. Please drink responsibly and in moderation.
Although Michigan voters approved recreational use of marijuana in November 2018, management reserves the legal right to control its use on our private property in order to maintain a family-friendly camping environment. Use of marijuana, in addition to smoking tobacco or vaping, is PROHIBITED INSIDE ANY OF OUR CABINS. Any consumption of marijuana will be STRICKLY LIMITED to your immediate campsite. In management's exclusive opinion, any guest using marijuana to an excessive degree, off of individual campsites or in a manner that displays inconsiderate or disruptive behavior will face ejection from the park without refund.
Swimming in our heated pool and hot tub is one of our guest's most popular activities. The pool is open throughout the summer from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekend, and the hours are between 10:00am - 9:00pm. Children under age 14 MUST be accompanied by an adult, age 18 or older. Please observe all other posted rules. No life guard is on duty, so swim at your own risk.
Dumping of raw sewage, gray water or garbage on the ground, in the woods or in a fire ring is not permitted. Our dump station is available for guest that are not staying on full hook-up sites. The dump station may also be used by non-registered guests for a $25.00 fee.
Michigan law restricts the use of firewood that has been transported from outside our area, and especially from out of state. For the convenience of our guests and in order to prevent the spread of invasive species, firewood is available for purchase at the General Store, and we will even deliver it right to your site.
To ensure guest safety, it is our policy that every vehicle in the campground be registered and have a pass displayed in the windshield. We also require a photo identification that matches your reservation. Please be prepared to provide your drivers license and license plate number at time of check in.
Motorcyclists are welcome as camping guests! However, use of motor scooters, dirtbikes, minibikes and ATVs are prohibited on our campground premises.
Well-behaved pets, or service dogs, are welcome, but must always be on a leash, and under the control and visual observation of its owner... never left unattended. Please also clean up after your pet. Pets are not permitted in any building, playground, pool or jumping pillow areas.
A pet fee is charged for guests staying in our pet-friendly cabins.
To insure that all of our guests have a safe and enjoyable time, aggressive dogs of any breed are not welcome. If your dog shows behavior that is protective and unfriendly to strangers, we encourage you to leave it at home. If you decide to bring your dog and it exhibits this type of behavior you will be asked to please find other camping accommodations.
For the comfort and enjoyment of all our guests, please observe our quiet hours from 11:00pm to 8am (Eastern Time). However, please be courteous and respectful to your neighbors at all hours.
Doing the right thing to keep unnecessary items out of landfills, we are "Green" and encourage our guests to recycle. To make it easy for everyone, guests are asked to sort their trash into three categories: (1) paper, metal, plastic recycling materials; (2) bottle deposit items of pop/beer glass, plastic and aluminum cans; and (3) all other trash/garbage.
Recycling bins will be located by the dumpster. All plastic, paper and tin can materials may be put into our "single-stream" carts. A separate cart is available for all soda/beer cans and bottles. All other garbage/trash, including cardboard, can be placed in the dumpster.
Guests may also leave their recycling and trash bags in front of their site where we will pick it up between 8:00am-6:00pm. We kindly ask that you please take a few minutes to separate your bags into the three categories noted above.
"Creating Family Memories, One Camping Night at a Time."After more than 20 years in corporate America, Mark & Karla Lemoine decided to pursue their dream of being in business for themselves. As avid campers they have traveled across the country with their family where they felt most fulfilled enjoying the outdoors and time with their children. They now look to apply their experience and gift of hospitality to serve their guests, creating life-long memories for families and friends. As one of the first KOA Campgrounds in the United States, their KOA was built in 1974. Today, Mark & Karla, with the support of their growing family, are carrying on the tradition to meet the needs of new and returning guests alike, providing enjoyable "Happy Camper" experiences in Michigan's Great Southwest.
We look forward to serving you!