3 11, 2017

Ten Things to do in Michigan in November


With our RVs safely nestled away for the winter, many of us are left scratching our heads thinking of a way to kill time until spring (AKA, camping season!). Thankfully, we live in a state bustling with activity -- from family friendly, to 21-and-up, to festive holiday experiences, there’s something for everyone.   Here are [...]

18 10, 2017

How to Use Pinterest for RV Trip Planning & Travel


Have you ever tried a recipe you found on Pinterest, or maybe a craft or a costume, only to have it turn out looking nothing like the photo in the pin? We've all had those moments. But when it comes to travel, Pinterest pins speak the truth. What you see in an image is what [...]

31 08, 2017

10 Pieces of RV Tailgating Gear You Need this Fall


When fall rolls around, the RV can easily turn into the hangout for your friends and family on game day. Whether you are an avid fan of a collegiate or a professional team, or you just want to have a nice place for the kids to hang out at their sports match, you’ll need all [...]

28 07, 2017

Michigan Festivals – August 2017


Summer’s not over yet! Live it up and enjoy these popular, fun festivals.   Michigan is the place to be in August. The Great Lakes are warm enough to enjoy all day, the sun shines well into the night, and there’s a summer festival for every interest. No matter where you’re parked, there’s sure to [...]

12 07, 2017

Four Ways to see the Milky Way in Northern Michigan


Much of northern Michigan, both east and west, remains preserved and pristine thanks to the establishment of parks and recreational areas. The towns and cities aren’t densely populated for the most part so they retain their “up north” charm. It’s a region people are drawn to because of its beauty and simplicity, a place they [...]

7 04, 2017

Three Traditional U.P. Foods and How to Make Them


It doesn’t matter where you’re from, when you arrive in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, you know it. And the food is a big part of the reason. You can thank the French Canadian, Finish, Swedish, Cornish, and Italian immigrants who worked this land for the delicious, distinctive food you find in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. [...]

7 04, 2017

Summer Beer Festivals


With hundreds of flourishing breweries all over the state, and new ones opening regularly, it’s no wonder craft beer has become synonymous with Michigan. While you’re planning your summer travel calendar – especially if you’re doing it today, National Beer Day – consider incorporating a beer festival into your plans. Here are five awesome festivals, [...]

21 03, 2017

10 Impressive Facts about Michigan’s Diverse Agriculture Industry


National Ag Day is “a day to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.” In Michigan, agriculture and food processing are vitally important to our state’s economy as well as to the livelihood of many Michigan families. And you only have to visit a farmers market to see the abundance of fresh food produced [...]

1 03, 2017

8 Summer Spots in Michigan to Visit in Winter


We all reach that point: When will summer be back? We long for the warmer weather, the short-sleeved shirts, and going camping in our RVs. But don't wish winter away so quickly. Some of the state's most popular summer spots can be enjoyed in a new and different way when there's snow on the ground. [...]

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