Michigan state park in nationwide poll for best camping, RV spots


CARP LAKE, MICH. — A popular Northern Michigan state park is in the running to be crowned the nation’s best state park for camping.

The 10,000-acre Wilderness State Park at the tip of Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula is among 20 nominees for a current USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice poll for Best State Park for RVing/Camping.

The poll allows readers to vote for their favorite state park once per day until voting ends on Monday, June 20 at noon ET.

The current leaderboard has Wilderness State Park at No. 2, just behind a state park in Middle Brook, Missouri.

“The 10,000-acre Wilderness State Park includes 26 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, as well as numerous hiking trails, a swimming beach and a dedicated dark sky preserve,” the poll’s description of the park reads. “Of the 250 campsites, 18 offer full hookups for RV travelers.”

The top 10 winners will be announced on Friday, July 1. Find a link to voting here.


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