29 11, 2022

West Michigan Pike Part 2


Mileage: 284 miles Driving Time: 6 hours, 20 minutes In Part 1 of this article, we drove from the southwest corner of the state all the way up the Lake Michigan coastline to the town of Muskegon. But the West Michigan Pike doesn’t end there. In old postcards and advertising it was promoted as “Lake [...]

West Michigan Pike Part 22022-11-29T10:50:05-05:00
10 10, 2022

Our Fall To-Do List


Fall in Michigan is a glorious visual display, and many would argue it’s the best season of all because of the fiery scenery, cooler temperatures, and less crowded campgrounds. What are some of the best things to do during autumn in the Mitten State? We offer some advice to help you get started. Go salmon [...]

Our Fall To-Do List2022-10-10T10:48:07-04:00
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
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
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
6 06, 2022

A Trio of Once-in-a-Lifetime Trips to Take in Michigan


We all have those trips on our “bucket list” that we want to take before a certain point in life – before we’re too old, before the kids are grown. Whatever the reason you’re feeling drawn to these areas and want to embark on a trip to see them, these “once-in-a-lifetime” trips are what we’ll [...]

A Trio of Once-in-a-Lifetime Trips to Take in Michigan2022-06-16T12:46:13-04:00
1 06, 2022

Discover Those Dinosaurs


To have a roaring good time on a day (#nationaldinosaurday) that celebrates the wonder and mystery of dinosaurs, you have your choice of attractions to visit in Michigan. We’ll help you discover where to go. Dinosaur Gardens, Ossineke If you love dinosaurs and getting a better idea of their true size in the flesh, then [...]

Discover Those Dinosaurs2022-06-01T13:19:01-04:00
11 05, 2022

New to RVing? Follow These Travel Tips for a Successful Season


If you’re one of the millions of new households who has embraced RV ownership, travel, and camping, then you’re in good company. Although an RV, whether it’s motorized or towed, can help you simplify your travel and your life overall, there is much to learn about it: driving, towing, packing, setting up camp. It’s a [...]

New to RVing? Follow These Travel Tips for a Successful Season2022-05-25T06:48:41-04:00
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