I am a full-time RVer. That means I literally spend my life in and out of campgrounds. I’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. The Port Huron KOA is an incredible campground for family camping in style.
We stayed for a week in a crazy-cool Gazebo Site and it was just the vacation we needed! Here’s everything you need to know about the campground if you’re looking for somewhere to stay in the Port Huron area.
A very short drive from the St Clair River, the Port Huron KOA Camping Resort offers camping and amenities galore in a cozy and clean setting. Whether you want to be close to the pool, the walking trail, or somewhere secluded in the back, this place has a spot just for you.
The Port Huron KOA Resort is located in the southeast region of Michigan, just about an hour north of Detroit. While technically in Kimball, MI, the closest town to explore is Port Huron, while beautiful St Clair and Marine City are within a 30 minute drive.
I traveled with my family to this campground for a week-long stay while visiting my family in nearby Marysville.
And we are in love!
Campground Details: Big and beautiful
The Port Huron KOA Camping Resort is quite frankly, a giant park. They offer almost 300 RV and tent sites, as well as over 100 assorted cabins and lodges.
With all the different types of camping available, prices really vary. Expect to pay around $35 for a primitive site up to $60 a night for a basic site with full hookups. If you’re feeling fancy, there are some really high-end Gazebo Sites and lodges for about $100-$120 a night.
This is how we spent our time at the Port Huron KOA and boy, was it nice! I loved being able to grill outside comfortably with lots of counter space. It was also really nice because I got to invite the neighbors for dinner and had more than enough space to entertain. The best part of the Gazebo Site was when it rained, there was no mud! The site is paved!
The camp also offers back-in sites and pull-thrus throughout the campground.
The online reservation system made it super easy to book my site. The website also has a very accurate map of the park that made it easy to decide where inside the campground I wanted to stay.
Amenities and Activities: Holy cow!
I knew KOAs were well known for their amenities but wow! The Port Huron KOA really blew me away!
This park really has thought of everything for a stay that is jam-packed with fun for the whole family. Even after our 7th night, my toddler still didn’t explore all the park has to offer.
Onsite, you’ll find the traditional family-friendly campground activities like gaga ball, playgrounds, 3 pools, and even the jumping pillow. I especially enjoyed the walking trail in the morning for my morning run while my husband enjoyed the golf cart rental.
To add to the fun, they offer a full Sports Court with tennis, hockey, and basketball available. Equipment is available to use free of charge.
An array of activities are offered 7 days a week. In the morning kids can enjoy coloring under the pavilion, and at night you can even find a live DJ playing music there. My daughter especially loved trying her hand at bat practice with water balloons!
The campground also has 3 general stores on site. Whether you’re looking for a fountain soda, a pair of floaties so the kids can enjoy the pool, or a spare part for your rig, the Port Huron KOA has you covered.
(Seriously, I even saw a Dometic mini-fridge available for sale.)
Regional Highlights: Enjoy the Fresh Coast
There are lots of things to do inside the Port Huron KOA, but if you’re looking to explore this area of Michigan has a lot to offer!
A must-see is the head of the St. Clair River. This is in Port Huron, directly underneath the Blue Water Bridge where the river opens up to Lake Huron. As one of the heaviest traveled rivers in the world, bring your camp chair and sit for a show! You’ll see freighters, tug boats, and sailboats alike! It really is a spectacular way to spend the day.
And there’s an amazing restaurant across the street called Freighters. Try the turkey burger with a Rock N Rye. Both sourced locally!
Head down the trail to the trail to see the Huron, a lightship with a deep history. End with a trip to the Edison Depot Museum and learn about a young Thomas Edison.
This is all within short walking distance and a great way to spend the day with friends or family!
Final thoughts on the Port Huron KOA
As a full-time RVer, we don’t always camp at KOAs or places similar. We stay in state parks, Thousand Trails, and locally owned campgrounds.
In other words, we’ve seen all kinds of campgrounds and the Port Huron KOA is top notch! It was so great to vacation camp there and enjoy the activities, amenities, and above all the atmosphere! We loved the staff and the neighbors we met.
I saw lots of smiling faces over our 7-night stay, and most were in the mirror. I would recommend this campground to anyone traveling to the Port Huron area to camp as a must-stop! It’s got everything you’ve thought of and more!
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