The Klint Safford Memorial RV Park is in downtown Iron River, but don't let the word "downtown" deter you. Our park is quiet, clean, family and pet friendly, and perfect for outdoorsmen, shoppers, and those who want to enjoy our many area activities and festivals. Weekly and monthly rates are available for those who wish to stay longer periods of time. Our camp office is the Iron County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center.
The Klint Safford Memorial RV Park is situated on the Iron River, a pristine, Blue Ribbon Trout Stream--one of five in our county. The Apple Blossom trail goes along the river and through our park, offering opportunities to walk or ride a bike. The ATV trail also passes by our park for easy access. Our park features a plush lawn, beautiful trees, river frontage, the opportunity to see and hear wildlife, and the convenience of being within walking distance to grocery stores, restaurants, specialty shops, secondhand stores, our library, and outfitters that offer kayak, canoe, and paddleboat rentals.
Iron County is home to over 300 lakes and has more than 300 miles of canoeable waters. It also boasts hundreds of miles of pristine trails that wind through the county and beyond. If you are a history buff, Iron County has the UP's largest historical museum and several smaller museums. For fishing, we are home to five Blue Ribbon Trout Streams, more than any other county in the state. Trophy size fish are found all year in our pristine waters.
Our 32-site park offers both basic and full hook up options. Our basic sites, which line the river, offer 30-Amp electric, water, and Wi-Fi. The full hook up sites offer 30-Amp electric, water, sewer, cable TV, and Wi-Fi. We have a few sites with 50-Amp service. In our building, we have showers, bathrooms, and a water spigot. We also offer an RV Wash Station and dump station at no extra cost to our campers; however, those who wish to travel through and not stay the night may use these facilities for a fee.
Located nearby are two top-notch golf courses, dozens of lakes and rivers, walking trails, ATV trails, specialty shops, VFW and American Legion, our well-stocked library, and several eateries including a pizzeria that was voted #2 pizza in the state and #1 in the UP, and a pasty shop that was also voted #1 in the UP. Our Farmers Market sets up shop every Wednesday. Iron River is also home to a very active senior center that welcomes all ages for their weekly activities. Iron County boasts several festivals and community activities. The campground office is also the Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center so we always have brochures and information on all the activities in the county.
Quiet hours are from 10pm-7am. You are welcome to enjoy your late-night fires or early morning walks but just keep a low volume during this time. Pets are welcome; however, we do ask that you clean up after your pet and keep them leashed at all times. Please help keep our park clean by cleaning up your campsite and your fire ring before you leave. There is a large dumpster for your use. If you notice anything that needs attention, please notify the camp hosts or someone in the office. Due to Michigan laws, transporting firewood across county lines is prohibited. We work hard to have a good lawn so please do not park on the grass.