989-389-4994

Richfield Township Campground

Located in Roscommon County, the heart of northern lower Michigan. From I-75 exit at mile marker 222 – Go north on North St. Helen Road (Old M-76) five miles to the stop light at Airport Road and turn right (east). The campground is located on the left, 1/4 mile east on Airport Road next to the airport and park building.Sites are now available for camping at the Township Park with easy access to Lake Saint Helen, restaurants, party stores and gasoline.

  • 30 sites have electricity and water
  • 60 rustic campsites are available
  • Campground has a dump station
  • Bathrooms and showers are available for campers
  • ORV’s have direct access to the trail system

Call the Township at 989-389-4994 to reserve campsites

Email Reservation Requests

To mail payments send to Richfield Township, PO Box 393, St. Helen, MI 48656

  • Sites with services are $30 per day or $1500 per season
  • Rustic Campsites are $18 per day or $400 per season
  • Winter Storage $110

campground map

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Saint Helen ORV trail & connector maps – #1 #2 #3 ORV Brochure

Announcements
  • Chamber and DDA introduction of Sawmill Rural Business Center March 29 6:30 p.m.

    Please click on link sawmill

  • Gypsy Moth Open House March 28th from 3 to 6 pm

    For more information, click on link gypsy moth

  • Budget Hearing March 30th, 10:00 a.m.

    Purpose(s) of Meeting: The property tax millage rate proposed to be levied to support the proposed budget will be a subject of this hearing. A copy of the proposed 2017-2018 Richfield Township Budget will be available March 20, 2017 at the Richfield Township Hall, 1410 N Saint Helen Rd, Saint Helen, MI 48656.

  • Winter Tax Bill

    Remember that your Winter Tax Bill is higher this year due to Roscommon and Houghton Lake Public Schools moving their millages from your Summer Tax Bill to your Winter Tax Bill. Thank you!

  • ORV Speed Limit 25 mph

    This is a Friendly Reminder: Speed limit for ORV’s is 25 MPH. Stay on the far right maintained portion of the roadway. Stay off the sidewalk. Go slow in town to keep the dust down. … When on the trail, let it sail! Thank you!