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Campground News

Tribal Campground To Remain Open Year Round
Published: 1/8/2016 10:00:00 AM - Campground

The Public Works Department has chosen to leave the campground open year round to accommodate all campers and guests that wish to use the sites
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RCH Dodgeball Tournament
Published: 12/1/2015 10:00:00 AM - Campground

December 4 | 6pm at the SECR Entertainment Hall
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Home for the Holidays
Published: 11/2/2015 2:00:00 PM - Campground

The Recreation Department would like to welcome everyone to the Tribal Gym (7070 East Broadway) on November 25th, 2015 at 6:00pm for the Annual “Home for the Holidays Family Dinner Night”.
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Reservations: (989)772-2285
Store Hours :7am to 9pm
Pool Hours:8am to 7pm
Firewood can be purchased from camp store for $5.00 a bundle

Reservations for pow-wow weekend must be paid in advance only for July 20 to July 27th regardless of intended lenght of stay.

 

6 months

4 months
50 amp
30 amp
Seniors $2310 $1566 $19 Daily
$120 Weekly
$435 Monthly
$19 Daily
$120 Weekly
$435 Monthly
Others

$2403
$1780

  $22 Daily
$125 Weekly
$445 Monthly
$21 Daily
$120 Weekly
$430 Monthly
Tent Primative Water/Electric    
  $12
$72
$17 Daily
$112 Weekly
   

Not Posted Tribal Member Rate:
Day Any Site $17
Week Any Site $104
Month Any site $380

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe Campground is operated by the SCIT Public Works Department. The campground is home to several Tribal community gatherings throughout the year, including the Annual Saginaw Chippewa Pow Wow, Church Camp Meeting and the Annual Labor Day Picnic.

Who uses the Campground: A large number of our guests are also casino patrons; they enjoy the shuttle service and the proximity to the casino. We also have a good number of guests who are in town to visit family or to simply relax. Whatever your situation, we hope you enjoy your stay with us.

• The Hill •

The campground is affectionately known to local community members as “The Hill.” Memories of ancestors, loved ones, and years gone by are sheltered among the canopy of oaks, maples, white ash, and cottonwood trees that grace the landscape. Located on a no-outlet road, The Hill is generally a quiet and peaceful campground with a calming breeze and shaded sites to keep you comfortable. The Hill has long been a place for Tribal members to come and relax with friends.