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Reservations

Campground and office are open April 1 to Dec 1, closed for winter months. Campground open for reservations for 2013 on April 1, 2013.  Call (989) 735-3881 for reservations.

Campsite Restrictions

Only one camping unit allowed per campsite.  No tents allowed in Full Service Campground.

Cancellations

 A camping credit is available anytime a reservation is cancelled.

Dog Rules

Your dog must be under immediate control on a leash not exceeding 6 feet.

Dog are not allowed on bathing beaches, playgrounds or in buildings.

Dog droppings must be cleaned up and disposed in waste containers or trash bags.

If you leave the campground take your dog with you. Dog must not be allowed to bark and disturb other campers.

If rules are not followed you will be asked to leave the campground.

 

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Primitive Campground

Our primitive campground is located in an oak and jack pine forest area and has 400 sites. It is open from April 1st - December 1st.  Facilities include: pit privies, boat launches, and playgrounds. A new modern bathhouses with restrooms and showers is located at the entrance to the West Primitive campground. A dump station is located at the entrance to the West Primitive campground. Waterfront lots rent for $14.00 per night and back lots rent for $12.00 per night. Several pavilions are available for rent in the primitive campground.  Ice and campfire wood is available at the campground office. 

Only one camping unit allowed per campsite.

 

Monthly Rates Available

Back lots $200.00 ~ Waterfront $230.00

Seasonal Permits (5 months) May 1st - October 1st

Back lots rent for $575.00 ~ Waterfront lots rent for $700.00

Back lot with electricity - $800.00

Full Season Permits (7-1/2 months) April 15th - December 1st

Back lots rent for $660.00 ~ Waterfront lots rent for $850.00

Back lot with electricity - $1000.00

No pets in cabin area

The river provides quality fishing of Walleye, Pike, Perch, Bass and Trout. Canoeing, boating, swimming, fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing are all popular activities for visitors.  The AuSable may just be the finest brown trout fly fishing east of the Rockies. If that were not enough reason to visit the river, the AuSable is also one of the best canoeing rivers in the Midwest. Canoe & Kayak Rentals are located in Glennie and Mio.  Bait & Tackle Shops are located in Curtisville and Glennie. A riding stable is available in Glennie. Spectacular sunsets can be observed from the east campground and sunrises from the west primitive campground. Three restaurants, grocery stores, service stations, a golf course are available in Glennie and Curtisville.


ALCONA PARK

 2550 AuSable Road
Glennie, Michigan 48737
Phone: (989) 735-3881 ~ FAX: (989) 735-2600

 


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