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Noted as an extremely livable small town, Tecumseh, MI is equally enticing to visit as well. This underrated Michigan town sits along the southeast border of the state surrounded by Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Toledo, OH; all are within a reasonable distance of 25 to 60 miles. Take your travel trailer rental from Tecumseh to immediately feel welcomed to a place you may have never known existed. You’ll have a new found appreciation for these little Michigan towns.

Book a luxury motorhome rental RV in Tecumseh if you’re planning a Midwest excursion. Tecumseh, in particular, is a great starter location; it’s near enough to major cities but with plenty to do locally. Tecumseh is named for famed Shawnee chief Tecumseh. You’ll find rich Native American history mingled in with the towns early years. The town boasts several historical museums and centers to gain insight into its past and what they have planned for the future.

The Great Outdoors

Tecumseh makes getting outside and active fun. They take it upon themselves to provide public, free, and safe places dedicated to play. With 360 acres designated as parkland, you’ll be able to find plenty of green space, trails, playgrounds, and waterways to keep you and the kids’ minds and feet busy. To make it even more fun for the little ones, the city offers a Fairy Door Adventure. Essentially a scavenger hunt with a fairy theme, you can pick up a clue map and walk around the town to find the 22 fairy locations. This is an engaging way to interact with and meander about the town, and wear the kiddos out!

Additionally, Tecumseh has set up a well-maintained system of biking, walking, and hiking trails for residents and visitors to enjoy. Either immerse yourself into the forests via the Indian Crossing Trails Park and the Kiwanis Trail or take a leisurely stroll along six miles worth of walking paths in different areas throughout the town. Depending on the timing of your RV rental trip to Tecumseh, the town hosts a “Lores & Legends” guided tour presentation along the Indian Crossings trails.

For a more scenic spot, head over to the Hidden Lake Garden in Tipton. This Michigan State University conservatory is open to the public. Here, you’ll find an installation of plants, gardens, and landscapes that are of value to the faculty, students, and the public. Walk around the property and take in the beautiful flora. The gardens are also a great photography spot and a place to learn all about the plants native and foreign to Lenawee County.

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Stay overnight right in town with your Tecumseh motorhome rental at Indian Creek Camp & Conference Center. Embrace the quiet wooded surroundings with the stars looming overhead while the nature symphony resonates in the background. Each site has full hookups for your RV and full access to the campground’s store for necessities, bathroom and shower facilities, WiFi, and heated swimming pool. Make your experience as rustic or amenity-filled as you desire.

Or, if you’re craving a waterfront scene, stay a little ways out in your Tecumseh luxury motorhome rental in Manitou Beach, located about two miles from Addison. The Minster RV Park sits on the south shore of Round Lake. Each of their 24 campsites offer full hookups, WiFi, and a dock slip if you have a boat. Being right on the lake leaves you with swimming, water sport, and beach options while still being an easy 30-minute drive from Tecumseh.

Exploring the Town

Tecumseh is riddled with history, so much so they’ve set up a self-guided tour of their historical attractions and centers for visitors. Whether it be the cemetery leading insight into the past individuals who shaped the community, the community center for a well-rounded story on the industries that sit on the economic skeleton of the area, or the historical museum which encompasses all of early Tecumseh, you’ll leave well-versed in this little Michigan town’s roots. You can also look up a list of all the popular historical places and churches to adventure to as you set out on your own driving tour with your camper rental from Tecumseh.

Downtown Tecumseh is an equally exciting place as its historical sections. The town is filled with local shops and eateries. You’ll easily spend a half day just walking around the town never mind figuring out which places you’d actually like to go into. Tecumseh also hosts a variety of events and activities so be sure to check local listing for things like movies in the park, farmer’s markets, and theater productions.

As noted, Ann Arbor, Detroit, and Toledo all are a simple drive away in your rental RV from Tecumseh. All locations will provide you with that bigger city feel and electrifying atmospheres if you so choose. Tecumseh will have plenty to keep you occupied for a weekend trip, but if you’re on a longer trip through the Midwest, consider taking a day trip to one of these cities.

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Nearby to Tecumseh are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Hocking Hills State Park, Pinckney Recreation Area, and Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Pontiac Lake Recreation Area Trail White Lake Michigan
Maybury Singletrack Trail Northville Michigan
Blue and Yellow Trail Loop Brighton Michigan
Crooked Lake Trail Pinckney Michigan
Bird Hills Trail Ann Arbor Michigan
Stony Creek Metropark Trails Washington Michigan
Highland Recreation Area Highland Michigan
Novi North Park (Tree Farm) Trail Novi Michigan
Potawatomi Trail Unadilla Township Michigan
Brighton Recreation Area Loop Trails Brighton Michigan

Nearby Campgrounds

Ann Arbor Hands On Museum

attraction Ann Arbor, MI
A place for children of all ages and for adults who want to learn and explore. There are exhibitions such as Critters up Close, 3D printing up close, where you can interact with a 3D town. You can explore over 250 exhibitions that allow you to learn about math, science, technology, engineering and art.

Toledo East/Stony Ridge KOA

campground Perrysburg, OH
Toledo East/Stony Ridge KOA offers full hookups and big rig access. Some sites are pull-throughs. There is a swimming pool, a playground, and a mini-golf course. Be sure to take your furry family members out to the fenced in dog run. The campground is conveniently located next to the highway, and all the amenities of Toledo, Ohio are not far away. Toledo has all amenities like restaurants, groceries, shopping, museums, and auto services.The facilities here are maintained and the park is very quiet. Sites are level, gravel, and there are trees for shade. Cabins are available for rent, and there is a laundry room open 24-hours. Set up for a meal at your picnic table, and enjoy dining in the fresh air. Roast some marshmallows over your campfire or just sit around it in the gathering dark and watch the sparks jump as the logs burn to embers.

University of Michigan

attraction Ann Arbor, MI
The oldest University in Michigan, with over 34 million square feet to roam. You can enjoy a game at the stadium, have a bite at one of the many great restaurants or have a drink. Visit the law school to see some great architecture, there are several museums throughout campus, and many historic buildings.

Haas Lake Park Campground

campground Lyon Charter Township, MI
Discover your family again at this family park. With an onsite lake, game room and family fun your RV rental trip will be blast heaidng out to this destination. Close enough to get away but far enough to feel away.

Matthaei Botanical Gardens

attraction Ann Arbor, MI
A 10,000 square-foot conservatory with many walking trails, outdoor and indoor display gardens that showcase Tudor styles, 100 native wild plants, tropical plants, labyrinths, restored prairies and more. Enjoy the hands on learning opportunities and other events.

Wayne County Fairgrounds and RV Park

campground Taylor, MI
The Wayne County Fairgrounds & RV Park in Taylor, Michigan, is very conveniently located for exploring the greater Detroit and Dearborn areas, and is probably the closest campground to Detroit and its western suburbs. Just a short hop from the interstate, the park offers gravel roads that lead to level pull throughs and grass back-in sites with full hookups and good Verizon signal, in a pet friendly environment. The absence of trees allows for great satellite reception, and free wifi is available. Although the park is really quiet, it is not so much a destination campground as there is no pool or playground, but it serves really well for events and rallies because of the ideal proximity to many facilities, and the Detroit Metro area in general. Some of the nearby attractions include the Greenfield Village & Henry Ford Museum, IMAX Theater, Belleville Lake, Huron Clinton Metro Parks, Yankee Air Museum, Detroit Zoo, and the Detroit Metro Airport.

Haas Lake Park RV Campground

campground Lyon Charter Township, MI
The Haas Lake Park RV Campground is within close driving distance of several other parks and nature preserves, including Lyon Oaks Bark Park, Maybury State Park, and Lakeshore Park. The venue is easy to find, adjacent to the Walnut Creek Country Club, only 30 minutes west of Southfield, and less than an hour?s drive from Detroit. The park is equipped with virtually all of the features that a recreational vehicle and their driver needs, including a propane filling tank, a comfort station complete with showers and bathrooms, a general store, and a spacious outdoor area that includes a shaded pavilion and picnic tables. Extra perks you can find on-site are the game room, pool tables, a playground, a small golf course, and free WiFi. Waterfront sites are available near any one of the four beaches, which are spring-fed and ideal for swimming and fishing. The park offers daily, weekly, and monthly rates, which vary depending on whether you have only an electrical connection or a full utility hookup.

Toledo Museum of Art

attraction Toledo, OH
The Toledo Museum of Art was founded in Toledo, Ohio in 1901, and is well-known for its excellent and varied collection. Collections include paintings, sculptures, pieces of art from around the world and a historic collection of art in glass. Here you will find works by Rembrandt, Monet, and Picasso among many others.The Glass Pavilion contains many works of art, and has five galleries. This mid-sized museum has an incredible glass collection and offers glass-blowing demonstrations. The museum is composed of three separate building and is easily accessed from the highway. Try the cafe, they have a great eclectic selection of tasty food. Unless it is a special event, daily admission is not charged. This surprising art museum is a gem, and a lovely place to spend an afternoon. It is an exciting mix of classic old masters and more contemporary works. The gift shop is full of unique pieces.

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