Sturgeon Valley Campground

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15247 Trowbridge Road, Wolverine, MI, 49799

Sturgeon Valley Campground is located on 111 acres in Wolverine, Michigan. Leave Sturgeon Valley Campground on your canoe, kayak, or tube for some of the finest river floating in Northern Michigan. We are also close to the Pigeon River. We have tubes for rent and will gladly take you up stream to enjoy floating back to our campground. We feature 30 amp hookup sites along with restrooms, playground, laundry facilities and an on site store. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!

Please note that our RV sites are currently open, but cabin rentals are not available at this time due to Covid-19. Bathroom facilities remain closed. ***Tube rentals not available for the 2020 Season. ***

Last Updated: 04/10/2021

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Hook up 30 amps $35.00 $198.00 $450.00 See More Choose Your Site

**Cabins are not available to rent until June 15, 2020 at the earliest due to Covid-19**
Cabin descriptions:
  • Cabin 1
    • Sleeps 4
    • Double bed + 2 singles
  • Cabin 2
    • Sleeps 3
    • Double bed +single roll- away
  • Cabin 3
    • Sleeps 4
    • 2 double beds

All cabins have:

  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Coffee pot
  • Air conditioner/ space heater
  • Televisions


Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Cabin 1 $55.00 $330.00 Choose Your Site
Cabin 2 $55.00 $330.00 Choose Your Site
Cabin 3 $55.00 $330.00 Choose Your Site
Tent site

Due to our restroom facilities being closed, we are currently not taking reservations for tent spots. If you want a tent site and have friends or family staying at an RV site where a restroom is available, we could rent you a tent site. If this is the case, please call our office at (231) 525-8301. Thank you.



Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Hook up 20 amps $25.00 $150.00 $300.00 See More Choose Your Site
Primitive Sites $20.00 $120.00 $280.00 See More Choose Your Site


Cabins, Restrooms, Laundry, Store and Playground will be closed during this pandemic threat unless and until the state completly open ass amenities to be safely opened. Practice Social Distancing around other campers. Keep all family/group members within their area so you do not infect others in the park.


Leash law in effect within the park. Please keep pets on a leash and pickup waste after your pets.

15247 Trowbridge Road, Wolverine, MI, 49799
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Overall Rating: 4.2

Neil Shelvey

I would say 4 1/4 stars. Bathrooms are small, but clean. It has showers as well. The site is a good size with electric hook ups and scattered water lines for campers. (We rented, but it would of been nice to get a site with a water hook up). Wasnt a lot to do there, except camp...which we did not mind at all. Its quiet, and smaller, and fills up on the weekends. No issues with theft...could leave stuff unattended (coolers, kayaks, etc. without worry). Close to the river and to town (very small town, so up north like). Stayed Thursday through Sunday and really enjoyed ourselves. I would say it's the best place to camp in Wolverine.

vicki bekins

We had a great time very clean very friendly Very good price very helpful definately stay here again

Dawn Morse

Our second year staying here and we’ll be back next year for longer. Convenient access to ORV trails, kayaking, tubing, and walking/biking trails. Large, grassy sites, hot showers and laundry area. If I had one thing to “complain” on it would be the trash bin in the bathroom could be emptied more frequently and runner carpets vacuumed but it’s camping and people unfortunately sometimes are slobs. New owners are doing their best in a busy season - I get it. Thank you for another beautiful stay. See you next year!

Sunshine Trugillo

Check in was simple, and they were having a small cookout for the holiday. There was a nice swimming hole, so the kids got to play in the water all day. After dark, the mosquitoes came out really bad, being on the river. We just went inside, no big deal, until the following morning when the trouble began. First, the office hours are posted, 9 am to 9 pm. No problem, except they weren't open then. They didn't open until I called after trying twice to check out! Then as I'm talking to the lady about my stay, I casually mentioned the mosquitoes and she started talking down to me! I will not be going back simply because I don't appreciate the way she talked not only with me but with almost all the guests. Sad, but a little practice in customer service and sympathy might go a long way.

Campground Response

I am so sorry that you found me to be talking down to you. Sunshine, I think that my comment to you was, "OH NO, I am so sorry!" I cannot control mosquitoes, especially in the "primatave" area, but as an attempt to make that better, we just purchased 4 Bug Zappers to put around the Bathhouse. I/we attempt to never talk down to anyone, and I think you will find the overwhelming number of my campers that will tell you that we bend over backwards to service and go the extra mile to accommodate their needs. I'm afraid that you did not hear "almost all the guests" tell me how much they appreciate the friendliness and service that we ALWAYS give . Sorry you wont come back. I JUST PUT AN EXTRA SIGN ON THE DOOR "IF AFTER 9 am LOCKED, RING THE BELL" There is a bell to the left of the door, as well as one that rings when the door is opened. Many people dont hear it, when they walk in, and the walk away. For that reason, I have a sign on my desk "I live upstairs, please wait. You just rang a bell that tell's me you are here."

Rebecca Houtman

Nice campground, loved the convenience to the trails, the site was nice and the restroom and shower facilities were clean and in good working order. We will go back again.