15 01, 2019

Get a Better Night’s Sleep in Your RV: 5 Tips


We all know how much better we feel when we get adequate, restful sleep. Our energy is better, our attitude is more positive, and we are ready to take on the  good and the bad of the day. That's why getting a restful night's sleep in your RV is so important. Here are a few [...]

Get a Better Night’s Sleep in Your RV: 5 Tips2019-01-15T08:11:27+00:00
10 01, 2019

Driving Tour: Best Stops in the Northeast


Mileage: 310 Miles Driving Time: 5 hours, 35 minutes A lot of travelers simply use I-75 to move vertically over the state on their way to the Upper Peninsula or to visit Motown - or simply to move across the state as quickly as possible. Although this highway is the main vein, there are dozens [...]

Driving Tour: Best Stops in the Northeast2019-01-10T11:33:48+00:00
2 01, 2019

7 Ways to Organize Your Digital Life


More and more of our interactions, transactions, and filings are happening digitally. We Skype with friends far away, order the latest camping gear from Amazon, and pay our bills online (complete with online receipts). Yes, our phones, tablets, and computers have become central to modern life, and since RVers are on the move a lot, [...]

7 Ways to Organize Your Digital Life2019-01-02T06:50:53+00:00
2 01, 2019

Pros and Cons of RV Ownership


RV ownership is currently appealing to 10 million households in America (according to the RVIA) - and growing year by year. Will you be a new RV owner in the year to come? Has it been your dream to retire and full-time it? A wish to get closer with your family and visit places you’ve [...]

Pros and Cons of RV Ownership2019-01-02T06:43:55+00:00
27 12, 2018

Top Posts of 2018


Every week, MARVAC posts original articles about RVing and camping in the beautiful state of Michigan. These articles are shared on our Facebook page and Twitter feed, but they are also permanently available on our website in the News section. We hope you have enjoyed the information we’ve offered in 2018, everything from camping recipes [...]

Top Posts of 20182018-12-27T06:11:37+00:00
21 12, 2018

Fun Things to Do This January


January 5: Winter Trails Day, Crystal Mountain, Thompsonville  If you’ve ever wanted to try out snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, or wish to introduce your kids to either of those sports, then head to Crsyatl Mountain for a free two-hour pass to try one or both on your own. Rentals are available and trail head clinics [...]

Fun Things to Do This January2018-12-21T08:57:16+00:00
20 12, 2018

Driving Tour: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore


Mileage: 68.7 miles Driving Time: 2 hours, 14 minutes The remote Upper Peninsula wilderness and breathtaking Lake Superior shoreline beckon travelers and adventurers from all over the country, and the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is one of the most stunning areas.  The National Park Service can provide you with a comprehensive map and information about [...]

Driving Tour: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore2018-12-20T08:23:32+00:00
11 12, 2018

Mountains Worth Climbing in Michigan


Michigan is better known for its water features, but there are a few mountains worth climbing in the Mitten State. They aren’t as high or majestic as the snow-covered peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains or the Rocky Mountains, but they do offer outdoor enthusiasts majestic view upon reaching the top. Where should you go? [...]

Mountains Worth Climbing in Michigan2018-12-11T13:12:33+00:00
5 12, 2018

Driving your RV on ice and snow? Here’s what you should know.


It can be challenge enough to maneuver and manage a standard vehicle on wintry roadways, but driving a long RV or having one in tow poses additional challenges. To keep our RVs, our vehicles, and ourselves safe during the winter months, take these winter driving tips into consideration. Have snow chains. These can make all [...]

Driving your RV on ice and snow? Here’s what you should know.2018-12-05T10:40:03+00:00
4 12, 2018

Camping Cookies for #NationalCookieDay


When we think of camping desserts, what comes to mind? Ice cream cones from the general store or local confectionery shop, s’mores (come on, they really are a dessert), and bars of some kind that can be made in one pan and kept there until they’re gone. No-Bake Cookie: Monster Cookies This delicious sweet takes [...]

Camping Cookies for #NationalCookieDay2018-12-04T11:10:08+00:00
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