PRPC Campground - Pine River

Camp Under the Stars in the Heart of the Forest

Located ¼ mile from the Pine River, the PRPC Campground is located in the midst of the Huron-Manistee National Forest.

Designed and maintained to provide our guests with a clean, quiet and neighbor-friendly camping experience.

In order to make reservations at the PRPC Quiet Campground, we ask that you first read and understand PRPC's Quiet Campground Policies.

“I wanted to write and compliment you on your livery and campground. It is a first-class operation. This was the third time I have used the livery but only the first for the campground. It is clear that you take a great deal of pride in your business. Wow, how you enable others to have a terrific experience. I hope to come back again later this year.” Rod M.

Campground Facilities

Sites are generously buffered from each other to provide peace and privacy. Family sites are limited to a maximum of 6 campers per site; group sites (shaded in grey on the map) are available for groups of 7-40 campers.

The PRPC campground features a central bath house with flush toilets and coin-op showers

Each campsite has:

  • Natural Carpet of Grass
  • Fire Ring with Adjustable Grill
  • Picnic Table
  • Lantern Hanger
  • Litter Receptacle
  • Please note – there are no electrical hookups

View the campground rates

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Camping Cabin Available

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Clean, cozy log cabin furnished with Amish built log style furnishings: queen-size bed, a set of bunk beds, chest of drawers and night stand. Things to bring: Sleeping bags/bed linen, personal items, flashlight and/or battery operated lantern. NO smoking & NO gas lanterns or cook stoves allowed inside cabin! Camping Cabin Rates

Family Friendly Activities

Camping with Easy Access to Pine River

Girls with Petoskey Stones.jpgThe ¼ mile path to the Pine River is lined with towering trees - hardwood and conifer that escaped the logger's saws a century ago. Stepping stones provide a dry crossing of the spring-fed creek that makes its way to the Pine. Be sure to check out the ancient riverbed 20 vertical feet above the present riverbed. You'll find your pace quicken and it will become futile to hold back the smile as the river appears before you.....just too much fun to be had wiggling your toes in the sand, hunting for Petoskey stones, indulging in a refreshing swim, etc. ....bring a towel, some snacks, and a fun-meter!! These two young campers had some off-the-charts fun hunting for and finding these Petoskey Stones in the river at the end of the PRPC Campground Deer Trail to the River.

“ I wanted to tell you that your campground is the best campground that I've stayed at and I've camped across the country several times. I have also used your canoe service three times in the last two years. Great outfit!” Todd N.