Klint Safford Memorial RV Park and Campground

50 E. Genesee Street, Iron River, MI 49935
Phone: 906-265-3822 E-Mail: info@iron.org

The Klint Safflord Memorial RV Park and Campground is located in a pleasant setting along the shores of the Iron River in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The campground is conveniently located within walking distance to downtown Iron River for dining and shopping.

Free Wi-Fi
Family Friendly
Pets Welcome
Open Year Round

The Klint Safford Memorial RV Park and Campground offers 32 level, paved back-in sites that are up to 40’ x 65’, accommodating most RVs. Campsites range from full service sites with electricity, water, and sewer connection to tent sites. Most sites have a cable TV hook-up. Each site has a fire ring for your evening campfires. The RV Park offers a modern shower house with bathroom facilities. There is a free dump station for registered guests.  Campers will find a Laundromat nearby in town.

Full Service $30 $180 $530
Water/Electric $23 $138 $410
Site #27 Water/Electric/Cable  $25 $150 $440
Tent Fee                                                $10 per night for up to 2 people. $2 for each additional person

We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover
Check-in 2 pm
Check-out: 12 noon
Late check-out may be possible if pre-approved

Click Here for Campsite Map.
Reservations for less that one week will not be site specific

The Klint Safford Memorial RV Park is located by the Iron County Welcome Center. Stop in for information on local attractions and the recreational opportunities in the area.
The side of the park runs along the Iron River with a canoe/kayak launch area at the back of the park.  Enjoy a peaceful paddle down this small winding river.

Walkers and bikers will enjoy the Apple Blossom  Trail by the river. The trail leads from the campground and follows the Iron River for 2 miles to the Iron County Museum in Caspian, a very interesting museum featuring local history. There are natural history signs along the trail including a wayside that marks the place where iron ore was discovered in the Iron River area in 1851.

Iron River
Apple Blossom Trail

Outdoor enthusiasts will love this area of the Upper Peninsula with great fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and biking. There are two area golf courses and hundreds of acres of public land for hunting.

Winter is the time for skiing with Brule Mountain nearby for downhill skiing and snowboarding. Several groomed cross-country ski trails, and hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails.

The Klint Safford Memorial RV Park is on the ATV and Snowmobile trail with plenty of parking for your trailers.

FROM US-2, Turn south on North River Avenue and go 1 block. Turn East on “G” Street. The RV Park is the second drive on the right before the bridge over the Iron River.


For Reservations and additional information
Phone: 906-265-3822 or e-mail: info@iron.org


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