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About Flint

Flint, Michigan, has experienced its fair share of hardships over the past few decades. But this Northwestern Detroit city is also located in the middle of a slew of RV parks that are near major tourist destinations and annual events, like Lake Michigan and the Michigan Renaissance Festival. If you’re looking for someplace to hunker down for the night when traveling through this region of “Mid Michigan,” you have your choice of more than a dozen campgrounds near Flint to choose from.

When passing through Flint, you can pay respects to American heroes by stopping at McFarlan Veterans Memorial Park, a plaza at the intersection of Saginaw Street and Martin Luther King Avenue. The Memorial is a tribute to service members who were part of the War on Terror in the Persian Gulf, Iraq, and Afghanistan; and prior to that, Vietnam and the Civil War.

Less than a half hour south of Flint, you can feel like you’re in another era at the Michigan Renaissance Festival. Be sure you’re donning your best rogue or wench cloak before you arrive in Holly, Michigan for the annual celebration, which attracts almost a quarter million attendees each year. There are a few campgrounds in this area, which is convenient for anyone seeking out RV parks near Flint.

While you’re in Michigan, you must give yourself time to see one of the Great Lakes. The closest, Lake Michigan, is less than 300 miles west of Flint. There are a few dozen RV parks and campgrounds inland and near the shores of the only Great Lake that’s entirely within the the U.S. border. Visitors can get the best lake views on one of the many ships that cruise Lake Michigan (sorry, no fifth wheels permitted on board). There are also a slew of lake sports, including kitesurfing. To see all of the Great Lakes, just carve enough time in your schedule to drive the Great Lakes Circle Tour, a scenic route that also takes you by the St. Lawrence River.

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