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Lake Michigan – South Haven, MI

03403 64th Street
South Haven, MI 49090

GPS: Lat: 42.404148 – Lng: -86.168350

Dates Open: Apr 15 to Oct 31

Direct Phone: 269-637-6153 or 877-986-2267




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South Haven Jellystone Park is a family campground comprised of 50 acres, nestled along the beautiful lakefront town of South Haven, Michigan. The campground is owned and operated by the Novotny family, who specialize in creating a camping experience that is relaxing and fun for the entire family. Take part in family activities at the campground or explore the beautiful South Haven area.

Campground Awards

Office Hours

Pinnacle Club

Excellence Award

Outstanding Customer Service

Recreation Award

Rookie Of The Year

Facility Theming Award

Store Design Award

Brochure Design Award

A Grade For Guest Satisfaction 5 Years In A Row! (From

In-season: Mon-Th 9am-9pm, Fri & Sat 8am-11pm, Sun 8am-9pm; Off-season: Mon-Th 10am-6pm, Fri & Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 9am-6pm


From the East (Detroit): Take I-94 West to US-131 North, Take South Haven Exit # 38B (M-43) West. Go thru Bangor, turn Right on CR 687(which turns into 62nd Street), Go 5 miles. Left on CR388 (Phoenix Road), go 1 mile. Turn Right on 64th Street. Campground on Right.
From the West (Chicago): Take I-94 East to I-196 North; Take South Haven Exit #20.
Turn Right off Exit, go 4.2 miles to 64th Street. Turn Left on 64th Street. Campground on Right.
From the North (Grand Rapids): Take I-196 South to Exit #20, South Haven Exit.
Turn Left off exit, go 4.2 miles to 64th Street. Turn Left on 64th Street.
Campground on Right.

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Sites & Rentals

  • 1 Cabins Small
  • 1 Family Premium Site
  • 1 Group Sites
  • 2 Cabins 1 Room with Loft and Hot Tub
  • 3 Cabins 1 Room with Loft
  • 4 Cabins 2 Room
  • 4 Modern Cottages
  • 4 W/E Sites Corner Deluxe End
  • 6 Full Hook Up W/E/S Sites Corner Deluxe End
  • 8 Primitive Sites
  • 21 W/E Sites
  • 27 Full Hook Up W/E/S Sites

Water Fun

  • Big Squirt Water Station
  • Water Wars
  • Swimming Pool Heated


  • Battery Operated Car Rental
  • Carpetball
  • Corn Hole/Bag Toss
  • Disc Golf
  • Rental Fun Bikes
  • The CG Express – Barrel Tractor Ride for kids
  • Gameroom & Redemption Center
  • Gem Mining
  • Horseshoes
  • Jumping Pillow
  • Mini-Golf
  • Playground Large
  • Theater
  • Volleyball Sand


  • Cable Available on select sites
  • Clean Bathrooms
  • Dump Station
  • Espresso Bar & Cafe
  • Family Showers
  • Fenced-in Pet Corrall
  • Horse Pasture
  • Ice
  • Phone
  • Propane
  • Firewood
  • Full Service Store
  • Full Service Store
  • Laundry Room
  • Pavilion
  • Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) FREE

Nearby (within 30 Minutes)

Calendar of Events


April 18 – March 20

Back to Camping Easter Weekend

April 25 – 27

Spring Cleaning Weekend


May 02 – 04

Fiesta Weekend

May 09 – April 11

Mother’s Day Weekend

May 16 – 18

Grand Opening Weekend

May 22 – 26

Memorial Day Celebration

May 30 – June 01

Yogi Bear’s Birthday Party


June 06 – 08

Wild West Weekend

June 13 – 15

Father’s Day Weekend

June 20 – 22

Pirate’s Weekend

June 27 – 29

Mardi Gras Weekend


July 03 – 06

Independence Day Celebration

July 11 – 13

Fairy Tale Weekend

July 18 – 20

Everything Chocolate

July 25 – 27

Christmas in July


August 01 – 03

Water, Water Everywhere

August 07 – 10

Blueberry Overload Weekend

August 15 – 17

Jellystone Park™ Dinosaur Weekend

August 22 – 24

Back to School Carnival Weekend

August 29 – September 01

Labor Day Holiday Hawaiian Luau


September 05 – 08

Grandparents Weekend & Antique Engine and Tractor Show


*Events are subject to change. Please contact the park directly for event details.*

  • Rates based on 2 adults and 2 children (under age 17)
  • Rates vary for weekday, weekend and holidays. Visit our website for complete rate details and policies.
  • Discounted weekly and monthly rates available
  • Primitive Camping $25-$35/night
  • Group Primitive Site $35-$45/night (great for church and scout troops – 6 included in price/night)
  • Electric & Water Back-in Sites $30-$40/night
  • Electric & Water with Cable Pull-Thru Sites $35-$45/night
  • Poolside Electric & Water with Cable Pull-Thru Sites $40-$50/night
  • Poolside Electric/Water/Sewer with Cable Pull-Thru Sites $45-$55/night
  • Electric/Water/Sewer with Cable $40-$50/night
  • Premium Family Back-in Site with Electric/Water/Cable plus Children’s Camping Cabin, Cement Pad, Log Swing and Park Grill $54-$69/night
  • Deluxe Corner/End Pull-Thru Site $50-$60/night
  • Small Cabin $69-84/night
  • Cabin 1 Room with Loft $79-$94/night
  • Cabin 1 Room with Loft and Private Hot Tub $109-$124/night
  • Cabin 2 Room $109-$124/night
  • Camping Cottage I (full size log bed, bunk bed, loft, bathroom, kitchenette, table/chairs) $139-$154/night
  • Camping Cottage II (full size log bed, bunk bed, bathroom, kitchenette, table/chairs) $129-$144/night

Discounts: Weekly/Monthly rates

Age Restrictions: Must be 21 to reserve any accommodation.

Pet Policy: Pet friendly campground! Friendly pets welcome. Horse stalls available for rent. Pets must be on a leash and picked up after.

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