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5 09, 2022

Selecting Your Sites for Next Year


It may be difficult to believe, but preplanning where you’re going to stay next season really begins now. This is because a lot of campgrounds are filling up well in advance, and more people want to immerse themselves in the local scene. How do you go about picking your perfect sites for next year’s camping [...]

Selecting Your Sites for Next Year2022-07-05T08:51:14-04:00
20 08, 2022

Close Out Summer in Michigan’s Southeast Region


Before every season we dream about where we’ll go, what we’ll see, and what we’ll do. Then the season begins, and we turn our attention to fulfilling our dreams with the plans we’ve made – and sometimes fulfilling dreams spontaneously. As the high camping season starts to come to a close, our minds shift again [...]

Close Out Summer in Michigan’s Southeast Region2022-06-17T14:14:48-04:00
14 08, 2022

Tailgating Tips for RVers


As much as we longed for summer, there’s something special about the turn to fall. Not only the cooler temperatures and beautiful colors – which can continue to be enjoyed – but the return of sports, namely football. One of the most beloved and most watched sports in the country, football seems to get everybody’s [...]

Tailgating Tips for RVers2022-06-17T14:42:55-04:00
7 08, 2022

6 Reasons Why Fall Camping is the Best Idea Ever


Memorial Day to Labor Day is considered the “high season” when it comes to RV travel and camping. It’s easy to see why when it comes to Michigan: beautiful scenery, endless beaches, and fresh water to swim in, not to mention the plethora of activities that can be enjoyed when the weather is warm. Whole [...]

6 Reasons Why Fall Camping is the Best Idea Ever2022-06-17T13:57:33-04:00
23 07, 2022

Camping at a National Park: Visiting and Camping Tips


There are several parks and lakeshores in Michigan that are managed by the National Park Service. In the Upper Peninsula you’ll find Isle Royale National Park, Keweenaw National Historic Park, North Country National Scenic Trail, and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. In the Lower Peninsula, the Park Service manages the River Raisin National Battlefield Park near [...]

Camping at a National Park: Visiting and Camping Tips2022-06-15T05:26:43-04:00
17 07, 2022

South-Central Driving Tour: Explore Ann Arbor


Time: 26 minutes, driving Mileage: 7.4 miles Sometimes, it’s nice to simply explore and get to know one area rather than hopping to and fro and getting only a taste of each place. Ann Arbor is a town worth relishing, and there is plenty to do within the city limits as well as the immediate [...]

South-Central Driving Tour: Explore Ann Arbor2022-06-15T05:22:04-04:00
9 07, 2022

Have Fun and Stay Safe with Your Dog


A significant factor for many dog owners is answering the question, “What am I going to do with my dog while I’m away?” Choosing to travel and vacation via an RV has been the solution for many. According to surveys, 68-80% of RVers travel with pets, with dogs being the most popular choice. The pandemic [...]

Have Fun and Stay Safe with Your Dog2022-06-15T05:19:28-04:00
1 07, 2022

Taking Delivery of an RV: What to Expect


You’ve decided to purchase an RV! An RV is a significant investment, a purchase to be considered carefully. Once you have decided on a unit, you are no-doubt excited about receiving your new unit. Of course, the expectation is that the RV will be ready to go – in appearance as well as in function. [...]

Taking Delivery of an RV: What to Expect2022-07-05T07:00:33-04:00
1 07, 2022

16 Great Lakes Beach Destinations


Lake Superior 1.     Crisp Point Beach, Newberry On the eastern half of the Upper Peninsula, Crisp Point Beach is a mere 37 miles north of the town of Newberry (the “Official Moose Capital of Michigan”). Unlike many Lake Superior beaches, this one is very sandy, stretching for miles along the shoreline. You may still be able [...]

16 Great Lakes Beach Destinations2022-06-15T04:51:24-04:00
27 06, 2022

Boating on the Great Lakes and Inland Lakes


Michigan is most known for its being surrounded by some of the largest freshwater bodies in the world. That water beckons us to come play – and there is no shortage of options when it comes to playtime on the water. You can go swimming or take up a fishing pole. You could go on [...]

Boating on the Great Lakes and Inland Lakes2022-06-23T07:44:02-04:00
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