AU TRAIN BEACH
Make Your Stay Memorable by Camping by the Beach!
Whatever your ideal vacation needs are, you’ll find them in the Au Train Beach area. The whole family can enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, camping, canoeing, bird-watching, hiking, biking, or just relaxing. The Au Train River is one of the safest and most scenic and enjoyable streams in the state for canoes and kayaks. The days are warm and nights are cool. This is the perfect place to get away from it all.
Where beautiful sunsets, swimming, sunning, kayaking, canoeing, and camping make your vacation what vacations are meant to be.
After a day of adventure in Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula relax in one our our Yurts, Safari Tents, Native American Tipi’s or pitch your own tent.
About the Campground
We have 20 PYOT Rustic Campsites, 16 furnished Safari Tents, 11 furnished Yurts, 2 Grand Yurts, 2 large furnished Tipis, and 3 furnished mini-tipis! All sites have firepits, outdoor charcoal grills, and a picnic table. All of the Yurts, Safari Tents, and Tipi’s are on wood platforms with solar lighting inside. All of our sites at the Campground are walk-in access only with just a short walk from the parking area (utility wagons are available for your gear). WI-FI available in a common area at the campground.
Yurts, Tents, and Tipi’s sleep up to 5 people with a twin over double bunk bed and a futon and Solar powered lighting inside. Restrooms and showers are located just a short walk away. There is a USB port on the solar units for charging phones, but there is no electricity in these units.
Pets are allowed with a $25 Pet fee. All you need to bring is your sleeping bag, gear, and cookware. Ice and firewood for sale.
Mini Tipis - New in 2020!
A beautiful addition to the campground are our mini tipis. We have added 3 different diameter tilted cone Tipis with crown of lodge poles, the Sioux style Tipi is one of the world’s most ingenious and functional shelters. With added strength and durability of modern fabrics. A picnic table, private fire pit, and grill are also included on the sites. The smallest of our tipis #56 is a 12' diameter Tipi and is Only $79.00 per night, the Tipi can accommodate a maximum of 2 people with two sleeping cots inside. Next is Tipi #57, this is a 16' diameter tipi with a double bed and a sleeping cot inside accomodating a maximum of 3 people and is $99/night. Tipi #8 can accommodate up to 4 inside with a bunk bed (full on bottom, single on top) and a single sleeping cot as well for $129/night. Tipi #58 is the largest of the mini tipis and can sleep 6 people inside (4 adults) with a bunk bed (twin over twin), bunkbed cots for the kids and one full size bed. If you have larger groups be sure to check out our Tipis #1 and #2, both being able to accomodate up to 8 people (3 full beds and 2 twins)! Book your unique stay in our Mini Tipi today.
Sites 1-2: Native American Tipi’s ($189/night)
Site 3 & 6: The Grand Yurts ($249/night)
Sites 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, & 27-32: 16’ Yurts ($164/night)
Sites 11-26: 12'x14' Safari Tents ($134/night)
Sites 33-52: Rustic Pitch Your Own Tent Sites ($47/night).
Sites 8, 56, 57, 58: Mini Tipi Sites (2-6 people)($79-$169/night).
Group Site: Up to 6 (4-person) tents ($75/night).
Au Train Beach
Au Train Beach Resort is centrally located in Alger County in the magnificent Upper Peninsula of Michigan. we are in the heart of the Hiawatha National Forest, easily accessible via highways M-28 or U.S. 2, yet only 12 miles west of Munising and 20 miles east of Marquette. Make it home base for your vacation pleasure.
Whatever your ideal vacation needs are, you’ll find them in the Au Train Beach area. The whole family can enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, camping, canoeing, birdwatching, hiking, biking, or just plain relaxing.
The Au Train River is one of the safest and most scenic and enjoyable streams in the state for canoes and kayaks. The days are warm and nights are cool. This is the perfect place to get away from it all.
Mother Nature treats the area to a blaze of color during late summer and early fall! The AuTrain River Song Bird Trail is a must do.
Be sure to check out our kayaking tours at the Pictured Rocks, the Sunset Dinner Cruise around Grand Island, and enjoy some great meals and drink at the Duck Pond Eatery and Beer Garden in Christmas, MI; just 8 miles east.