With so much to see and do within minutes and miles of Wilderness Campground, we can’t possibly list everything here. Visit Michigan.org for even more attractions, events, outdoor adventures and dining possibilities.
Cabela’s is the world’s foremost outfitter of quality outdoor merchandise. Their massive 225,000 sq. ft. showroom is also an educational and entertainment attraction featuring huge aquariums and trophy animals interacting in realistic re-creations of their natural habitats.
Splash Universe Indoor Waterpark offers full and half day passes for family fun on the snaking water slides, indoor tree houses, floating along the river raisin and family spa.
River Raisin Canoe Livery
River Raisin Canoe Livery offers by the hour, half day or full day canoe and kayak trips along with relaxing pontoon cruises.
Michigan International Speedway
Michigan International Speedway provides high speed Nascar racing and excitement for the whole family.
Milan Dragway is bustling at high speeds all season long with drag races throughout the year.
Dundee Golf Course
Deme Acres Golf Course
The Toledo Zoo
The Toledo Zoo is home to over 9,000 animals representing over 800 species. It’s one of the world’s most complete zoos—it’s also the region’s top family destination!
Toledo Museum of Art
Since their founding in 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art has earned a global reputation for the quality of their collection, innovative and extensive education programs, and architecturally significant campus. More than 30,000 works of art represent American and European painting, the history of art in glass, ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian works, Asian and African art, medieval art, sculpture, decorative arts, graphic arts, and modern and contemporary art.
Hidden Lake Gardens
The Gardens are a paradise in a park, a place which is an escape from the everyday world and yet a connection to the world of nature for every visitor. Subtle and bold courtyards display trees as artworks. There are rare and exotic plants in different conservatory settings.
Henry Ford Museum
200 acres of invention, inspiration and innovation. 300 years of history. 26 million artifacts in an eye-opening and mind-blowing collection started by Henry Ford himself.
Greenfield Village is like stepping into an 80-acre time machine. It takes you back to America’s past. There are 83 authentic, historic structures, from Noah Webster’s home, where he wrote the first American dictionary, to Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory, to the courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law. In Greenfield Village, you can ride in a genuine Model T or “pull” glass with world-class artisans; you can watch 1867 baseball or ride a train with a 19th-century steam engine.
The Old Road Dinner Train
The Old Road Dinner Train travels on a segment of the original Erie & Kalamazoo Railroad Line that began operations in 1836, making this one of the very first railroads west of the Allegheny Mountains.