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103 Visit koa.com 12 Oscoda The Oscoda KOA lies near the sunrise coast of northeast Michigan in an outdoor enthusiast's wonderland. Minutes away, you'll fi nd Au Sable River canoeing, Lake Huron's sugar sand beaches, Huron National Forest, Wurtsmith Air Museum, River Road Scenic Byway, Tawas Point and Sturgeon Point lighthouses. Take a day trip to Dinosaur Gardens, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary or Saganing Eagles Landing Casino, or tour the Sunrise Side Wine & Hops Trail. With premium full-hookup patio sites, Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins and rustic tent sites, this KOA fi lls all your vacation needs. Amid the trees, enjoy the heated pool, playground, Jumping Pillow, fun-bike rentals, rec center (arcade), camp store and 24-hour laundry facility. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 125 ft. Your hosts: the Eller family. Turn west on Johnson Road from US 23. Take Johnson Road to Forest Road and turn left. Take Forest Road all the way into the campground. This KOA is one mile south of Oscoda and 1 1/2 miles west of US 23. May 1 — October 11 koa.com/camp/oscoda RESERVATIONS 800-562-9667 • INFO 989-739-5115 3591 Forest Road, Oscoda, MI 48750 May 10 — November 8 koa.com/camp/newberry RESERVATIONS 800-562-5853 INFO 906-293-5762 13724 State Highway M-28 Newberry, MI 49868 23 55 65 Tawas City 1-75 & Standish 13 mi. Johnson Rd. Glennie Cedar Lake Van Etten Lake OSCODA Lake Huron 3 /4 mi. 3 /4 mi. ® F o r e s t R d . A u S a b l e R i v e r 117 28 28 123 123 Tahquamenon Falls 29 mi. Mackinac Bridge NEWBERRY ® 11 Newberry You'll become an honorary Yooper (a wannabe resident of Michigan's scenic Upper Peninsula) when you stay at this beautiful KOA. Stop by the lobby anytime for some old-fashioned hand-dipped ice cream. Enjoy your day at this rustic KOA with lots of trees and shade to make it really feel like camping—yet with all the modern amenities you'll need, including Wi-Fi, mini golf, a heated pool, Jacuzzi and pedal karts. This KOA is your headquarters for a unique Upper Peninsula vacation. The staf can direct you to famous Tahquamenon Falls, Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore or the Soo Locks. Pool: June 10–Sept. 30. Max pull thru: 100 ft. From Mackinac Bridge continue north: Take Exit 352 on M-123. Continue north on M-123 thru Moran and Trout Lake. Then 11 miles after Trout Lake, turn left on M-28. Once on M-28 heading west, KOA is about 25 miles on right side of M-28. 10 Muskegon From roller coasters and water rides at Michigan's Adventure amusement park to relaxing by KOA's peaceful private lakes, you will fi nd it here. Settle into a lakeside Cabin or pitch a tent on the beach. RVers really appreciate the shaded, level, full- hookup sites or water/electric lakefront sites. Swimmers enjoy the warm waters and sandy beaches, while anglers are drawn to the great "catch and release" bass fi shing. Saturday evenings, enjoy KOA's ice cream social or a hayride around the lake. KOA is just minutes from Michigan's Adventure amusement park and beauti- ful Lake Michigan beaches. Beyond this oasis you'll fi nd golf courses, numerous festivals and fairs, and other popular attractions such as the USS Silversides, a WWII submarine. Max pull thru: 65 ft. Your hosts: Steve and Debbie Yates. US 31 N'bnd: Take Russell Rd, Exit 121. Turn right, then immediate right before gas station onto Bard Rd. Go 1/2 mile, turn right onto Strand Rd. US 31 S'bnd: Take Russell Rd, Exit 121. Turn left at exit ramp, cross over US 31, turn right onto Bard Rd before gas station. Go 1/2 mile, turn right onto Strand Rd. Michigan 31 120 Muskegon Bard Rd. 2.5 mi. Strand Rd. Russell Rd. ® May 1 — October 11 koa.com/camp/muskegon RESERVATIONS 800-562-3902 INFO 231-766-3900 3500 Strand Road Muskegon, MI 49445 Lake

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