Where the heart of Michigan fun begins!
We now have 2 beautiful cabins, Bella Retreat (on map-BR1), and Paradise Cove (PC12). These cabins are climate controlled and include a TV, mini fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee pot and grill. A fully-refundable $100 security deposit and the equivalent of one nights rent is due at time of booking. Balance due upon check-in. There is a two night minimum stay. There is a $25 non-refundable pet deposit for each cabin.
Cancellation Policy: If cancelled 30 days or more prior to arrival, you will receive a full refund less a $25 processing fee. If less than 30 days of arrival date, you will lose the deposit.
Welcome! Campers to Irons RV Park and Campground. Located just off the M-55 on the edge of the beautiful Huron-Manistee National Forests in Irons, Michigan, Irons RV Park and Campground is a 10-acre, family-owned and operated campground with 68 sites, including 46 full hook-up sites, 22 water and electric sites, and plenty of room for tent camping. Additionally, our campground offers a newly remodeled store with a sitting area and merchandise for sale; immaculate bath houses, showers, laundry facilities, and pool; recreational activities such as volleyball, teatherball, horseshoes, and children’s play area; nearby access to ORV trails; and a surrounding community filled with stunning lakes and beaches for boating, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and much more! Together, Irons RV Park and Campground is your Northern Michigan destination for fun and relaxation for the entire family!
The Witucki Family of Manistee, Michigan are the proud owners and operators of Irons RV Park and Campground. Having been in customer service industries professionally; their passion for serving others, love for camping, and desire to create a fun and relaxing environment for all sparked their quest to purchase the campground in 2019.
Irons RV Park and Campground is located in Lake County, Michigan and is within short driving distances of many of Northern Michigan’s nostalgic and majestic offerings. Our campground offers immediate access without trailering your ORV to miles-and-miles of ORV trails. The city of Irons (Home of the Irons Flea Roast & Ox Market, The Dublin Store, and Fawn Crest Golf Course) and resort communities such as Manistee (boasting beautiful beaches with direct access to Lake Michigan, spectacular sunsets, great fishin’, and The Little River Casino) and Traverse City (Home of the Cherry Capital of the World, Lake Michigan Beach, host of many festivals and shopping experiences, and voted “Best Lake Beach Town in America”), amongst others are neighboring communities that offer campers from across the country unique Michigan experiences . Recreationally, Irons RV Park and Campground is within minutes of Bass, Elbow, Harper, and Sand Lakes, all of which offer activities like boating, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, and fishing respectively. Limitless rivers and streams are nearby, including the famous Pine River, Little and Big Manistee Rivers, and Pere Marquette River; each of which offer their own unique scenery and opportunity for rafting, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. The Mackinac Bridge (“The Mighty Mac”) and Mackinac Island are just a short three hour drive from our campground! Don’t forget to check out our section of “Things to Do” and “Local Events” for more information!
Whether Irons RV Park and Campground is your destination park or just a stop on your journey, we value and appreciate your business and camaraderie. We want our campers to feel like friends and family! We look forward to meeting and hosting all of you!
Last week was the 1st time I've been to this campground. Wow! I was amazed. The owners are great and friendly. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The campground... read more
August 10, 2021
Just camped three nights at Irons. I was part of the GLDS group, I believe we all had a lovely time at the campground and found the owners to be... read more
August 9, 2021
I have known the owner for many years. She is a very straightforward person. I have personally camped there a few years ago, and it was great. ... read more
May 30, 2017