Camp Turkeyville: A Luxurious Landing in Michigan
RVers flock to this safe haven, nestled amongst beautifully rolling hills of Marshall Michigan, overflowing with all the first-class amenities you might want at your home-away-from-home. The exquisite Camp Turkeyville RV Resort boasts an incredibly enticing package deal: an ideal location, top ratings, and the exclusive Dinner Theatre Packages, specially marked down for campers.
The campground’s 14 acres encompass 127 full hook-up sites and amenities ta boot. In addition, there are two heated pools to choose from and a refreshing Splash Park, which are all welcome distractions in the heat of the day. Camp Turkeyville RV Resort is also pet-friendly, just make sure to pick up after your furry friends and keep them on a leash.
Wake up Sunday mornings to freshly baked cinnamon rolls and a hot cup of joe, found right inside the restaurant at the well-stocked General Store. Relax and enjoy the modern facilities, fishing and swimming pond, and volleyball courts. Take the kids to the new and improved playground or teach them how to play horseshoes at the horseshoe pits. The Basketball Court and Community Room also offer more indoor and outdoor fun for the whole family.
Take a leisurely stroll on the Walking Path that leads directly to the delightful, one-of-a-kind, Cornwell’s Turkeyville. What started as a one room eatery in 1943, selling scrumptiously famous turkey sandwiches, has become quite the famous family-friendly establishment, boasting homemade delicacies made right on site in their ice cream parlor, bakery, and restaurant. While the entertaining Dinner Theatre hosts over 40,000 guests in their 47-week season, featuring a wide variety of performances since 1987. In the years since its first opening, they have added many events, including craft shows, flea markets, antique shows, garden shows, community yard sales and more. The list of fun events is ever-changing; with the recently added, Bike Nights, being a hit and occurring every Wednesday night from May through Labor Day. In fact, the food is so good here; a nice bike ride will be just the ticket to work some of it off while also providing a perfect venue for viewing this gorgeous countryside.
Back at the Resort, you can unwind while checking your emails with their complementary internet access or while reading a magazine poolside. The showers, restrooms, and laundry facilities are all well-maintained and top-rated for their cleanliness. Friends and family can visit campers for just $5 per person for the day, while $5 wristbands that can be purchased for those visitors who want to have full use of the pool and Splash Park for the day (10-8).
Enjoy camping, but don’t quite have all of the camping equipment you need? Not to worry, the Turkeyville RV Resort proudly offers a 29-foot bunk house camper rental for around $90/night and golf carts are also available for rent by the day, week, or season. The camping season at Turkeyville commences April 15 and lasts all the way until October 30.
Civil War Reenactments are a part of Camp Turkeyville’s living history and each year there are battles, a Grand Ball, and much more. The famous Gettysburg Address is read by “Abe Lincoln” and there are many people dressed in costume, including blacksmith and many sutlers.
Enjoy this top-rated resort to the fullest by booking well in advance, spending your days enjoying the amenities, and don’t forget to post some pictures of your stay on your Facebook site to share this unique resort with your friends and family.
Recent Posts By Good Sam Camping Team
- Snowbird Lifestyle - Join the migration of RVers who flee the snow and follow the sun
- Late Fall brings a crop of NEW Good Sam Parks in October!
- Fun under the Palmettos at the Campground at James Island County Park
- Carefree RV Resorts now offers even more options for Winter RVers
- Check out our new Good Sam Parks