Traverse City Koa

Buckley, Michigan

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Traverse City KOA is located in a heartwarming country setting only 15 miles from Traverse City, known as the Cherry Capital of the World. Visit some of the local attractions such as Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and local orchards, wineries and vineyards. Also go shopping, see a show at an old-fashioned drive-in, hit the links and play at one of 40 local golf courses. Come and ride this KOA's Barrel Train or cool off on warm summer days in the sparkling heated outdoor pool. Check out the new Jumping Pillow and paved main roads. You can challenge the family to a game of giant chess, mini golf, basketball, volleyball or horseshoes. This KOA also has a Gem Mining Station and a Kamp K9. Stay connected to family, friends and business at your site with free Wi-Fi. Cable TV is available at most sites. Stop by the new remote control car track! Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 90 feet. Your hosts: the Kuebler family.

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