According to the Detroit Free Press, trying to find a campsite at Michigan's most popular state parks during the summer isn't an easy choice.

It's the peak season for camping, and data from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources show most sites at parks with the highest traffic are reserved between June and August.

Let's take a look at several popular Michigan State Park campgrounds:

1.  Sleep Hollow State Park is located northeast of Lansing in Laingsburg, Michigan and has more than 181 modern campsites.  On the weekend, park occupancy was 97 percent.

2.  Grand Haven State Park on the shores of Lake Michigan and the Grand River has 174 modern campsites on pavement.  Occupancy is high on both the weekend and during the week at 98 percent and 94 percent.

3.  Holland State Park will be the roughest for campers.  The park, with Lake Michigan on one side and Lake Macatawa on the other, had 98.6 percent occupancy on the weekend and 96.3 percent during the week.

Please click on the above link for more information regarding Michigan's most popular state park campgrounds.