Groveland Oaks

The campground is open! Park staff is taking reservations for July 1 dates forward. To make a camping reservation, contact or Groveland Oaks Campground at 248-634-9811.  

Learn more about the campground in our 2020 CAMPER GUIDE.

2020 Fireworks Update

Oakland County Parks and Recreation will not be hosting fireworks this year.

The fireworks display scheduled for Groveland Oaks Campground and County Park has been cancelled due to COVID-19. There were concerns with the gathering of a large crowd to watch the display and the potential for spreading the virus. Oakland County Parks and Recreation is following executive orders from Michigan's Governor and edicts from the Oakland County Health Division. The health and safety of our guests and staff is our top concern. *Personal fireworks are not allowed in the park.*

Addison Oaks Campground and County Park has shifted to a fireworks-free environment for those campers who wished to enjoy camping experience during the Fourth of July holiday without fireworks.


 Additional Information

The capacity at Groveland Oaks Beach is limited to 100 individuals at a time due the Executive Order issued by Michigan's Governor, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Entrance to the beach will be closed once capacity has reached 100.

Parks staff will monitor the beach, and when patrons have exited, allowing for additional coverage, the beach will be reopened.

Oakland County Parks and Recreation appreciates your patience as we follow the executive order. Guest and staff safety is our number one priority.

To help plan your visit to Groveland Oaks County Park, please note there will be No Lifeguards on Duty at the beach. Effective June 15, 2019, the beach will be "Swim at Your Own Risk." New beach hours are 10 a.m.–9 p.m.

 In recent years, both the Michigan State Parks and the Huron-Clinton Metroparks have eliminated lifeguards at their beaches which has become the national trend in the aquatics industry.

 We also offer additional swimming opportunities at Independence Oaks County Park, which is also an unguarded beach.