New Casino RV Park Opens in Michigan

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan recently celebrated the grand opening of the Soaring Eagle Hideaway RV Park.

The property features 67 RV sites each 50 feet in length with water, sewer, and 30-amp electricity service, concrete pads, fire pits, grill, picnic tables, and free Wi-Fi access.

The campground is situated on a 25-acre lake that’s fully stocked for fishing.

Visitors also can enjoy a clubhouse, walking trails, laundry facilities, and a playground.

The Horizon Construction Group, based out of Madison, Wisconsin, was hired as the general contractor for the project in conjunction with the construction of the Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel.

Soaring Eagle Hideaway RV Park

Access to the Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotels pool, club house, steam room, hot tub, sauna, fitness center, Nbakade Restaurant, and Cyber Quest arcade is also available (indoor waterpark admission not included).

Free shuttle service is available to the Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel, Waabooz Run Golf Course, the Green Suites, Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, and the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture and Lifeways.

A house designed by architect Alden B. Dow has been converted into a registration office, camp store, and guest activity area.

Other amenities include a walking trail, laundry facilities, pet area, beach, horseshoes, volleyball, park fire pit, pavilion with picnic area, activity, library, game room, sitting room with fireplace, and deck overlooking lake.


Soaring Eagle Hideaway RV Park

Address: 5050 E. Airport Road, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858 (Exit143 on U.S. 127)

Phone: (989) 817-4800 or (888) 7EAGLE7 (toll free)

Rates: $29 (April)-$49 (July-August); $218.40 weekly; $819 monthly; $1,000 seasonal (May-September); all rates subject to taxes and fees


Worth Pondering…
As the traveler who has once been from home is wiser than he who has never left his own doorstep, so a knowledge of one other culture should sharpen our ability to scrutinize more steadily, to appreciate more lovingly, our own.

—Margaret Mead

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