Michigan’s Campground Reservations Open
Michigan is starting to see the first signs of spring, and camping season is not far behind. The online reservation system for Michigan state parks and harbors is accepting reservations through mid-September, East Village Magazine of Flint, Mich., reported.
“We want our guests to have the best possible experience with Michigan’s award-winning state parks, starting from the moment they make their reservation until they leave our parks with cherished memories,” said Ron Olson, chief of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Parks and Recreation Division.
The DNR upgraded to an improved campground reservation system Nov. 1. The system features site-specific reservations all season long, broader search capabilities and photos of each campsite. Reservations are available in a six-month window, so residents are encouraged to explore the new system and make reservations well in advance.
“Because reservations can be made up to six months out, the window for July and August campsites has been open for several weeks now,” Olson added. “We are seeing many sites being reserved, but there is still some availability at many of our guests’ favorite campgrounds.”
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