River Country Campground
6281 River Rd   Evart, MI  49631        231.734.3808           info@campandcanoe.com
All of our sites have electric.
Most have water directly on the site.
Each site is wide and grassy.

We only have site 21 with sewer hook-up (see
left picture with motorhome below), but there is
a free dump-station for campers.

Sites 15-50 are closer to the shower building.
Sites 103, 104, & 116 - 134 are directly along the
Muskegon River (see site 117 in middle picture
below), though there is a strip of woods/grass
between sites 129 -134 & the water (but no
roads or other sites, see picture to right below).

We are a family-oriented park with quiet hours
from 11pm to 7am that are strictly enforced.

Our season starts May 15th for overnight
campers and ends on Sep 30. Rates are reduced
in the Fall. Please see '
FALL INFO' page for
details. Short term seasonals and regular
seasonals have an extended season.
Camping Info (see campsite pictures below & on our photo album page)
We have several kinds of seasonal sites
available - seasonal sites are a great way to
save gas & have more time to relax.
In RCC we have both long term & short term
sites open. In our new exclusive loop, called
Hawthorn Creek we have premium long term
sites available.

For camping & livery rates check
out our
rates page.

We allow only one camping unit per site.

We expect all campers to read and abide by
guides for good camping. We want everyone
to enjoy the outdoors in a clean, friendly and
quiet atmosphere.

We encourage everyone to leave their radios
at home so that we can all enjoy the sounds of
the woods, water, and wildlife.  If your group
has difficulty being quiet; please consider that
another campground may better suit your needs

Make reservations now – or check out our many
other services by choosing any of the links to
the left.

Call or
e-mail us anytime. We look forward to
hearing from you.
Site 21 with shower building (red) to left;                Site 117 directly on river;    Site 133/134 before the new electric was put in -river is front (behind trees)