Amazing Tipi and Vintage Camper Rental for a Luxury Vacation near the Beaches of Lake Michigan
Best Lake Michigan getaways and unique places to stay: 1950s vintage camper and tipi
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The inside has luxury wooden and woven furnishings and is decorated with beautiful Indian and oriental rugs, giving it a homey feel. There is mosquito netting, a wicker armoire for clothing, a gas generator with four gallons of gas for air conditioning in the tipi or camper, battery and solar-powered fan lanterns and lamps, and a propane hot outdoor shower are provided.
The vintage camper includes beautiful furnishing and decorations that will put guests right at home. Additional sleeping space can be found in the camper. While there is no bathroom inside of the accommodations, there is a clean porta-potty just a short walk away. In the kitchenette in the camper there is a three-burner propane stove, cookware, utensils, plastic plates and cups, and basic spices. There is a picnic table and table inside the camper for guests to enjoy their delicious meals.
Outside, guests can use the shared barbecue to cook their meals and the sink to wash their dishes. There is also a shared fire pit, a picnic table, a large canopy with mosquito netting, beach chairs, and tiki and solar lights that guests can use while looking out to the beautiful five acres of countryside.
- Queen-size bed
- Air mattress
- Running water
- Air conditioning
- Tea kettle
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
- Sound system
Location + Surroundings
- River, stream or creek
- Fuel station
Moreover, the property is just a short 90-minute drive from downtown Chicago, or guests can take the Amtrak train for $20 to St. Joseph, which is just a 12-mile drive away. The property is also only two to three hours by car from Detroit. This location is very private and surrounded by nature with walking paths for morning strolls. Southwest Michigan is one of the fastest growing vacation destinations right now with so much to offer with its golf courses, county fairs, and day trips to some really awesome places like the Kal-Van bike trail, Air Zoo Museum in Kalamazoo, and many more.
- Wildlife watching
- Wine tasting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Whitewater rafting
Glamping at this property provides many nearby sites to see and activities to engage in, leaving guests anything but bored. After relaxing on the five acres of land on the property, guests can visit Lake Michigan to swim, paddleboard, raft, boat, or lounge on the shore.
There are golf courses, antique shops, and wine tasting near Coloma, which guests will love. Downtown Coloma and nearby towns can keep guests busy whether by wandering the streets, browsing shops, or dining at restaurants to taste the local cuisine.
The Huron-Manistee National Forests is an easy day trip destination for guests who love being surrounded by nature while hiking, walking, and sightseeing.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
The hosts are flexible with check-in and check-out times.