QUALITY CAMPGROUND ON NOTTAWA LAKE
The 300 Acres of the Nottawa Lake Preserve rests among the low, rolling green hills of South Central Michigan. A man-made water inlet leads into a heavy forest, where nature trails often reveal raccoons, opossum, geese, deer, and red foxes. With access to the lake from the preserve, visitors can enjoy fishing for bass, northern pike and bullhead. Just seven miles away lies an antique hunter's paradise in Marshall, Michigan, the “City of Hospitality”. Hundreds of restored turn-of-the-century homes and buildings grace the streets of Marshall, including the Honolulu House, Governor’s Mansion and Capitol Hill School. Each September visitors enjoy the Historic Home Tour of these 19th-century homes.
Battle Creek, 20 miles from the preserve, was named for a skirmish that took place on the banks of the creek in 1825 between an Indian and a land surveyor. The town is home to the Kellogg and Post Cereal Plants as well as many other food-packing industries.
The Preserve elevation is 960 feet.
Winter highs are 30 degrees, lows in the teens.
Summer highs are 80, lows 60.
Seasonal sites are available in F-section. Ask about our 2 for 1 price! Seasonal campers in F-section are able to move into R and L as sites become available.
Quality Camping provides a safe, clean and well-maintained campground with many amenities that will make your camping experience something to tweet about.