Set in a rural nirvana of forest trees and trails with areas of green grass to set up camp, you can be sure that parking the RV at Hungry Horse Campground will be a holiday to remember.
Check in and get hooked up to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer. Easy pull-through and back-in sites feature spacious gravel pads with a picnic table and fire ring for cooking outdoors. The ambiance is restful with friendly hosts always on hand to help. Roads are gravel and relatively easy to maneuver with an abundance of leafy trees for shade.
There are three cabins for those wanting a home-style accommodation, each partially furnished and decorated with a classic wood-pioneer theme, with the largest holding up to six people. Tenters are also welcome with a choice of open or wooded sites. You can expect ultra clean showers, restrooms, and laundry room, plus access to the internet.
Kids will be spoiled for choice with so many fun things to do. The staff pours on the good times with a playground featuring a cute treehouse, tractor hayrides, jump pad, a slip-and-slide with bubble machine for hours of amusement, and a wading pool for the little ones. There’s also a volleyball court, merry-go-round, and 90 acres to run and play in. The grown-ups are well catered to with horseshoes, shuffleboard, and a swimming pool to beat the summer heat.
The family dog can join in the holiday cheer but must be on a leash when outside the RV. There are breed restrictions at the campground, and all guardians are expected to pick up their pooches' waste. Litter bags may be on offer at the camp store, but it's wise to come prepared. Fur-babies are required to be of good temperament and constantly supervised by their pet parents.
Hungry Horse Campground could be the ideal place to stay if you’re visiting family or friends in Grand Rapids. While you’re in town, check out the Frederik Meijer Gardens and be wowed by the bronze horse statue inspired by drawings created by Leonardo de Vinci.