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The best campervan rentals in Michigan

In Michigan, you are never more than a couple of hours away from the perfect place to take a campervan rental and unwind. Whether you want sandy beaches or snow-capped mountains in your backyard, there is always something for everyone and every occasion here!



Our Favorite Campervan & RV Rental Destinations in Michigan

Exploring Michigan in a camper van rental will allow you to discover apple farms, cherry orchards, beach towns, and sand dunes. You can go boating on any one of thousands of lakes in the summer and ice skate in the winter. Be sure to explore and hike through forests in the fall and head to Traverse City wine country in the spring, when spring is in full swing across the state. 


For the outdoor enthusiast in you, there is everything from fly-fishing to flyboarding, sledding to swimming. Visit natural wonders like Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, 64 kilometers of shoreline, and a vision of Michigan like none other, with its beachside cliffs, waterfalls, and famed layered, multicolored rocks. Don’t forget to visit Sleeping Bear Dunes, a paradise shaped by glaciers thousands of years ago.


See quaint towns styled like Dutch villages, idyllic islands that keep to a horse-and-carriage pace, and romantic lighthouses like Big Red (Michigan’s most photographed) rising up out of cobalt-blue lakes. You can also see Spend some time in quintessential college towns such as Ann Arbor and East Lansing, or explore the Upper Peninsula’s wonders, including shipwrecks, colonial forts, and miles of snowmobile trails.

Michigan

Michigan has the longest freshwater shoreline in the world.

Forty of the state’s 83 counties adjoin at least one of the Great Lakes. Michigan is the only state that touches four of the five Great Lakes.

The Mackinac Bridge is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. Connecting the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan, it spans 5 miles over the Straits of Mackinac, which is where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron meet. The Mighty Mac took 3 years to complete and was opened to traffic in 1957.

The western shore of Michigan has many sand dunes. The Sleeping Bear Dunes rise 460 feet above Lake Michigan. Living among the dunes is the dwarf lake iris the official state wildflower.

Four flags have flown over Michigan – French, English, Spanish, and United States.

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