Addison Oaks County Park
Addison Oaks County Park is a 1,140-acre natural oasis close to home where visitors can recreate for the day, camp under the stars or explore the park?s rich history. Campers can stay on individual sites or in group camping areas, yurts or cabins. acilities include pull-thru sites, big rig access, lake waterfront access, electric, 50 amp, WiFi, and water. Pets and tent camping is allowed as well. The park has numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure. Activities include a 20+ mile trail system for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and winter fat tire biking; swimming, boat/kayak and bike rentals, disc golf, fishing, geocaching, picnicking and group picnic shelters. A 2.4-mile connector trail connects the main park to Addison Oaks East and other nearby recreation areas. Addison Oaks is a great spot to enjoy in and of itself and for exploring this corner of Michigan.
Auburn Hills/Holly Koa
Located about 70 kilometers outside of Warren, Michigan, is the Auburn Hills/Holly Koa campground. This is a real destination campground, perfect for those who like to have everything at their fingertips. These grounds have been created with the RV at the fore, and there are a wide variety of sites to choose from. Back in?s, pull up?s and everything in between are catered for. Wi-Fi is nice little add on feature.
Park facilities include a snack bar, swimming pool, bike rental and get this; pizza delivery. Yep, you heard right. It is the kind of campsite that you will definitely struggle to leave! The little ones are made to feel particularly special, with movies under the stars, outdoor bowling, and zip lining Koa express train rides. If you are staying on a holiday, you are in for treat. The campsite holds lots of themed weekends such as a Halloween filled spooky stay. Definitely a campground worth visiting.
Breakout - The Room Escape
Located in Warren, is the Breakout Escape Room, a thrilling, exhilarating and terrifying way to place where your wits are put to the test. There are 3 different themed rooms, where you and up to 24 others must work together to escape (maximum depends on which room you choose). Choose from the scary zombie room, the 007 style Game of Espionage, or the colorful Ringmasters Den. Each have unique challenges that are bound to test even the strongest of wills.
Best thing about the breakout room is you might enter a room of strangers, but you will definitely leave with some friends. It is amazing what 60 minutes can do! This is a great family activity, and helps with team building, boosting morale and just having plain old fashioned fun. There are lots of restaurants and bars nearby, so you can re-feed after all of the activity. Or grab a cold one. It might be needed after the zombie room.
Belle Isle Park
A state island park with over 982-acres located on the Detroit River, between the United States and Canada. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the US, and has much to offer. Walk the trails observe the wild life, play golf, visit the aquarium or the conservatory, check out the boat and yacht club. Swim at the half mile beach.
Detroit Institute of Arts
Providing over a century of arts and culture for the Detroit area the museum has unique exhibitions and works of art. The museum has more than 100 galleries, a 1,150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture hall, and an art reference library. You can find works of art by Diego Rivera, Van Gogh, as well as a diversity of paintings, graphic arts, photography from around the world.
Sylvan Glen Golf Course
Established in 1922, Sylvan Glen Golf Course in Troy, Michigan is a traditional, tree-lined golf course. It is a fun course to play, with a few water challenges and four rows of trees, with modest elevation changes. It is a par 71 course with the front being more challenging than the back. There are plenty of opportunities to see a variety of wildlife wandering along the greens and playing in the trees. This course will suit both beginners and experienced golfers, and you can play 9 or 18 holes. The course is just challenging enough and will give you a chance to use every club in your bag. Enjoy a round of golf out here and listen for the birds in the trees. Rent a cart and take it easy as you cruise along the path. There is a golf shop right next to the putting green, and the Camp Ticonderoga restaurant offers good, large portion food in a hunting-lodge atmosphere. Enjoy your meal on the deck and take in a helping of fresh air as well!
Covanant Hills Campground
Known as the former motor vehicle capital of the world, Flint, Michigan is still alive and offers anxious vacation bound guests several different lodging options. If you plan to be in the area, and are bringing your RV along, check out Covanant Hills Campground. You will feel like royalty as you enjoy the many amenities this campground has to offer.
Covanant Hills Campground offers full service RV hookups as well as clean restrooms, hot showers, and laundry service. They offer gravel and grassy lots for your camping pleasure. Covanant Hills Campground has a playground for the kids, a game room, free WiFi, and planned events through the year. You can enjoy spending some time on the lake and relaxing among beautiful scenery. Michigan has plenty of nature activities and is a great place to bond and make memories with your family. Whether you are there to relax or visit students who are away at college, Michigan is a vacation destination you will remember for many years to come.
Pontiac Lake Recreation Area
Waterford Township, MI
Pontiac Lake Recreation Area, with 3,745 acres of a mixture of marshes, ponds, heavy forests, old farm fields, river bottom and lakes that support a variety of animals and excellent hunting. The RV facilities at the Campground are minimal but include big rig access, restrooms, showers, 30 amp, and pet areas. On the other hand, there are many recreational activities to enjoy. The activities include walking trails, recreation room, gym/workout room, beach access, boat ramp, and marina. Designated trails throughout the recreation area are available for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. This is a nice campground in a beautiful location. The campground staff is friendly and helpful and the park is clean and well maintained.The park is located near the urban areas of southeast Michigan and is easily accessible by the major highways: I- 75, I-96, US-24 and M-59. There is a variety of campsites - larger, small, combined, shaded, partial shade, full sun, private, open. There is no WiFi. Cell coverage for AT&T and Verizon is adequate but no great. Nevertheless, you will find this a scenic and peaceful spot to spend a few days.