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There are two important parts to settling in at Hungry Horse Campground happily and seamlessly: knowing your way around, and knowing our policies that foster a safe, fun environment. Spend some time with our map and rules below and fully prepare yourself for an awesome camping vacation in Western Michigan!

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Hungry Horse Rules

Check-In time is at 3:00 PM or after. Check out time is 12:00 PM.

Quiet Hours are from 10:00 PM until 8:00 AM.

Campsite Limits for our RV and Tent sites are one unit per site and one family per unit.

Visitors of Registered Campers Any visitors to your campsite must check in at the office in person prior to going to your campsite so we can review our policies with them and give them a parking pass for their vehicle. Visitor fee is $3.00 per person, children 4 and under are free. For insurance purposes everyone that is on Hungry Horse Family Campground property is required to be registered. Thank you for your cooperation.

No Major Repairs are allowed on vehicles in the campground.

Campfires must be contained to our fire rings only. Put all fires out before retiring. Anyone who moves fire rings will be subject to a $50 fine.

No motorcycle/recreational vehicle  pleasure riding in campground.

Alcohol is permitted in the campground but is restricted to your campsite.

Disorderly Conduct  or any other ill-mannered behavior will not be tolerated at any time. We reserve the right to evict any guests who exhibit behavior we deem inappropriate.

No Gray Water on top of the ground. Pails must be kept under sink drains and should be properly disposed of at the dump station. Honey wagon service available.

Bikes, roller blades, skates, and skateboards are allowed on roads only. Not to be used at anytime on walkways, around the bath house, on steps, or on the porch. No bike riding after dark. Bikes must observe traffic signs.

Our Pool  is open Monday 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm; Sunday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm.

Children in the Pool must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

All Swimmers must shower before entering the pool.

No "Cannonballing" into the water. No running around the pool.

Pets Must Be Attended To at all times. Excessive barking or aggressive behavior will not be tolerated. No aggressive breeds such as pit bulls, Dobermans, or rottweilers. You must clean up after your dog using a sealed plastic bag.


Hungry Horse

We were just having fun... We didn't realize we were making memories.

  • This is a wonderful campground… the sites are huge, so there is plenty of room to position your camper any way you want that would work best if you are in a group. Lots of play areas for the kids and a nice pool. I wish I lived closer!

    — Jonell B, Google

  • We LOVE Hungry Horse Campground! Whenever we've been there the staff has been great, and the grandkids love the pools and playgrounds. Even the other campers are friendly!

    — DeWain G, Facebook

  • This is our second year camping here and we love it… there are so many things for kids here! Wonderful pool and little kiddie area, story time, movie nights, hayrides, Gaga ball, huge jump pad, bikes and carts for rent, beautiful walking trails… what more could you want?

    — Tammy, Google

  • We loved it… very kid friendly! My three boys enjoyed playing at the playgrounds, taking the tractor ride to feed the animals, and of course making new friends! The staff was friendly and the facilities were clean. We will be back next year!

    — Joslyn D, Facebook

  • I've stayed at a lot of campgrounds and I was so impressed with Hungry Horse… the bathrooms were very clean, the campground was beautiful, lots of activities for the kids to do and most importantly the owners of the campground were amazing. We will be going back!

    — Melissa H, Google

  • The best family fun campground around! So much is offered to the family at no cost... bounce pad, shuffleboard, pools, 3 play grounds, and hot days offers slip and slide topped off with lots and lots of bubbles!

    — Yvonne G, Facebook