Walnut Hills is the perfect family reunion location in Michigan. It is a large enough family campground to accommodate large family reunions with group reservations, but small enough to make your experience a memorable one.
Walnut Hill Campground: Michigan Family Reunion Location
The Best Place in Michigan for a Family Reunion
Walnut Hills Campground is the best family reunion location in Michigan. Depending on your group size, we can oftentimes provide a pavilion reservation at no charge. We have two pavilions at the park with a combined capacity of over 200 people, making our campground the perfect family reunion location with room for everybody.
Canoe Rental Business
Walnut Hills has an onsite canoe rental business with a transport service to pick your group up after you float the Shiawassee River! The river boasts incredible views, world renowned kayaking and canoeing, fishing, and a northern Michigan camping experience you can’t find this close to Detroit.
Family Reunion Location With Site Groupings
Having sites together make our campground the perfect family reunion location in Michigan and the experience so much better. Our park layout supports 5 major site areas that are commonly used by family reunions and large group camping outings. Popular areas include our swimming lake’s beachfront sites, the baseball field area so the family can divide into teams and see who has the golden gloves, and the riverfront area for those groups who prefer a more secluded, peaceful camping experience.
Games for Family Fun
Walnut Hills has sporting and game amenities for everyone. This includes horseshoes, a baseball diamond, basketball court, arcade room, bag toss sets, sand volleyball, fishing ponds, river tubing, paddle boat rentals, and playgrounds for the kids. All these experiences are what makes many of our clients say that this is the best family reunion location and keeps them coming back year after year.
Great Family Oriented Campground!
This place is always the perfect getaway for my family. 1 1/2 hr drive, close enough that the kids don’t have time to get anxious in the car, and far enough to feel like we’re up north.