here to welcome you to the Three Seasons Campground!
I am free to range all over the northern United States and Canada, but I prefer to call Three Seasons Campground my home. The sites here are shady and grassy and extra large, which is a good thing since I happen to be the largest animal in North America. My calves love to sit around the campfire in the evenings and hear me tell stories of the time I got my antlers tangled up with their Uncle Bucks’. They never get tired of that one.
On warm summer days, I enjoy swimming and diving in our 85 acre fishing lake. (You should see the look on the fishes' faces when I give them a big ole moosey grin.) There are kayaks and paddle boats for rent, so on occasion I enjoy a leisurely paddle just for a change of pace. When you bring your offspring, be sure to rent a boat and take them out for a nice fishing trip. They will be happy campers indeed when they catch some bluegill, bass, pike, or specks. You may want to cook up the catch of the day, so graze on through our camp store and you’ll find all that you need for a tasty outdoor feast.
I love my aquatic vegetation, but humans seem to also enjoy the clear waters of our swimming pool. Not exactly what I'd call "wetlands", but everyone has a different idea of fun and there is plenty of it here at Three Seasons Campground. Rent a Fun Buggy Cart and race around the park, or let the herd run wild on the playground. Why we even have hayrides. Or as I like to call it, "meals on wheels".
We moose need to prepare for the winter months, so I forage all summer long on doughnuts, pizza, nachos, cookies, ice cream and slushies available here at the deli. (Did you really think all I ate were twigs and water plants?)
Take it from Camper Jack, this is the best habitat in the state of Michigan!