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Addison Oaks

1480 West Romeo Road
Leonard, MI 48367
No Email Address
4 Reviews
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Addison Oaks is a great camp site that is very close to our home. We like it so much because there is plenty to do like fishing, biking, and i believe you can rent a canoe but im not sure. This is also a great camp site if you just want to relax because it is also very quiet.

Received from Herman for visit in Nov 2011

Site Number: 13
Stay Again? YES
Nice campground, we really liked that we had electicity and water in our "rustic" campsite. It is a big park, so it is a hike from the tent camping area to the beach.

Received from Kathy for visit in Jun 2009

Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
Addison Oaks is really close to our home and is a clean, quiet park with 174 modern sites that have electric and water. The staff is very friendly and helpful during check in. We have visited this park on many occasions but our favorite visit of the year is in October during the Boo Bash. Each year we attend this event with the Great Lakes Pop Up Club. The club books two of the group sites which are great for get togethers. The park grounds are very clean and the sites are level cement pads with a fire ring. They are all grass and have a few large trees scattered about. They do provide some shade, but I would consider them non shaded sites. The facilities were very nice. They were clean and had nice big private showers. The showers are pay showers costing a quarter for about 5 minutes of water. The first time we camped here the water was luke warm and the water pressure was barely hard enough to rinse your hair. Since then we've had hot water and plenty of pressure All in all we've had great camping experiences at Addison Oaks. The park has a lake and a few playgrounds. You can rent paddle boats and row boats or spend a day at the beach. They also put on events for the kids like hayrides, bike safety courses, dances, crafts and more. We will definately go back. The only thing that I did not like is that it is a first come, first serve park.


Received from Mike for visit in Oct 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Oakland County park, about 10 miles north of Rochester. Park has many activities, but campground is secluded from the main active portion of the park. Well kept gravel roads with some concrete pads. Sites range from rustic with restrooms nearby, to W/E, no sewers. Very well kept. Will definitely return to this park. Only reason I did not rate it a 4 instead of 5 was the lack of sewers, although they do have regular honey wagon service, and my site had concrete pad which was raised from the access road, making for potential rubbing of truck against underside of fifth wheel possible.

Received from Larry A for visit in Oct 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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