Michigan Camping Company Accused of ‘Unlawful’ Practices
The Bay City-based company has eight campgrounds throughout the state.
Outdoor Adventures is in trouble with Michigan's Attorney General Dana Nessel - they're being told to stop using "aggressive and misleading sales tactics" on their customers.
They own campgrounds in Davison, Grand Haven, West Branch, Kalamazoo, Mt. Pleasant, Omer, Standish and Sterling.
Customers have been complaining about financing, misleading charges, and how cancelling a reservation can be expensive and even "impossible" as they don't offer refunds after three days have passed.
Nessel's office has received over 30 complaints about the company since 2016, with ten of them being from 2019 alone.
I could make a joke about pitching a tent here but I won't.