EVART is located in the north western part of lower Michigan, about an hour east of Ludington and Lake Michigan. The area has a population of about 5,000 and like the rest of our beautiful state, boasts lots of streams, lakes and rivers. The City of Evart lies along the Pere Marquette portion of the Rails to Trails system. There are at least 5 miles of paved trails, 3 within the city limits. In the area – within 10-30 minutes – there are over 160 miles of ORV trails. We have maps available at our camp store if you’d like to try some out. The area features a couple of golf courses, a bowling alley, grocery stores, several fast-food places, night-clubs, a downtown hotel, cafes & restaurants, drug stores, hardware stores and variety shops. Spring Hill Christian Camps are west and north of the city. There are several local festivals that attract crowds from all over the United States. The most popular is the Dulcimer Fun Fest, held the 3rd weekend in July, this 4-day event features only non- electric stringed musical instruments. Another popular event is the Wood Carver’s Rally which occurs in June. Evart's Independence Day celebration begins every year on July 3rd at 7:30 pm with a free concert; located at the grandstand on the Osceola County Fairgrounds behind Foster's Market. The concert lasts until the Gigantic Fireworks start at dusk. Labor Day features the extravagant Evart Car Show located at Riverside Park in town.