Make St. Ignace KOA your basecamp to explore Mackinac Island, Tahquamenon falls, Whitefish point, Pictured rocks, Soo locks and more in the Upper Peninsula. Experience RV camping, Cabins, Tipis and Tenting at our KOA.
Thank you for your patronage and patience while we were renovating the campground amenities during 2018-2019.
Over the last two years, we have added two new tipi accommodations, two new deluxe cabins, remodeled bathrooms, remodeled store, updated game room, updated childrens play area, renovated cabins, improved full hook-up RV sites, improved electrical utilities (lots of 50A sites), new dog park, renovated swimming pool and much more.
All full hook up sites are updated with 50A electric, graded and graveled.
Please note that for 2020 season, due to Covid-19, there are limitations on services, store hours and amenities. We have limited staff available to work during this pandemic and we are doing our best to stay operational in these tough times. We seek your understanding and co-operation.
Located at the Straits of Mackinac, where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron converge, the St. Ignace/Mackinac Island KOA provides a terrific north-woods base camp. This waterfront town is the gateway to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, a swath of pristine forests and jeweled lakes.
Travel through the gorgeous Upper peninsula and visit Tahquamenon falls, Whitefish point, Soo locks, Shipwreck museum, Pictured rocks. There is so much more for you to explore in this pristine landscape.
Take advantage of the free shuttle from our KOA to the ferry that takes you to gracious Mackinac Island, where bicycles and horse and buggies are the only forms of transportation. Families love the area's beaches, lighthouse tours and state historic parks, complete with 18th-century forts and costumed interpreters.
Max pull thru: 90 feet. All full hook up sites and select Water/Electric sites offer Cable TV.