Lodging & Travel: Campgrounds
We invite you to visit or stay in beautiful Old Orchard, which is one of the largest campgrounds in Northeast Michigan. Located within the Huron-Manistee National Forest, along the River Road Scenic Byway, the park which is nearly four miles long, overlooks Foote Pond, which formed after the construction of Foote Dam in 1916, on the AuSable River. The park is open from March thru November each year, with plenty out outdoor recreation opportunities for all three seasons therein.
This public recreation facility is part of a Consumers Energy Hydroelectric Dam Project licensed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and is operated under the authority of the Township of Oscoda.
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The Oscoda KOA lies near the sunrise coast of northeast Michigan in an outdoor enthusiast’s wonderland. Minutes away, you’ll find Au Sable River canoeing, Lake Huron’s sugar sand beaches, Huron National Forest, Wurtsmith Air Museum, River Road Scenic Byway, Tawas Point and Sturgeon Point lighthouses. Take a day trip to Dinosaur Gardens, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary or Saganing Eagles Landing Casino, or tour the Sunrise Side Wine & Hops Trail. With full-hookup Patio RV Sites, Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins and rustic Tent Sites, this KOA fills all your vacation needs. Amid the trees, enjoy the heated pool, playground, Jumping Pillow, fun-bike rentals, rec center (arcade), camp store and 24-hour laundry facility. Pool: Memorial Weekend – Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 125 feet.