2 12, 2021

An RVer’s Winter Travel Bucket List

2021-12-02T12:09:42-05:00

Before the start of every summer, we have already created a bucket list or wish list of what we want to see and do over the course of the next three months. We can enthusiastically make a bucket list for winter, too. In fact, think of it as a challenge. And it will be a [...]

An RVer’s Winter Travel Bucket List2021-12-02T12:09:42-05:00
14 09, 2021

Camping Safety for Babies & Toddlers

2021-09-14T13:52:30-04:00

Babies and toddlers can bring a lot of joy and fun to a camping trip. As with every stage in a child’s development, the child will require different things or have different needs – and different hazards. Follow these safety tips and be prepared so that everyone has a good time. Getting there. In a [...]

Camping Safety for Babies & Toddlers2021-09-14T13:52:30-04:00
3 09, 2021

Hit the Links this Fall

2021-09-03T07:22:57-04:00

Michigan is well-known for its beaches, vistas, and forest. You can find all of this within the bounds of the state’s golf courses. Each one is unique in its intensity, appearance, and style – but the objective of the game remains the same: Have a good time and don’t lose a ball. With our handy [...]

Hit the Links this Fall2021-09-03T07:22:57-04:00
23 08, 2021

Beach Tips for You and Your RV

2021-08-23T06:55:04-04:00

Michigan has the longest freshwater coastline in the world, with more than 3,000 miles of shoreline and 1,000 miles of island shoreline. If you love the look, feel, and smell of fresh water, then you’ll feel right at home. You’re never farther than 85 miles from a Great Lake and never more than six miles [...]

Beach Tips for You and Your RV2021-08-23T06:55:04-04:00
2 08, 2021

Tips for RV Interior Decorating

2021-08-02T06:40:10-04:00

Looking to make your RV more like home, more comfortable, and more inviting? Stock décor from most RV manufacturers is relatively neutral and boring. You need to put your spin and incorporate your style on the interior decorating, and thankfully many DIYers have recorded their decorating adventures (take one look through Pinterest and you’ll have [...]

Tips for RV Interior Decorating2021-08-02T06:40:10-04:00
16 07, 2021

5 Reasons Being Outside is Good for Your Health

2021-07-09T06:49:54-04:00

We love camping and being outside. That seems to be an understatement. But have you ever wondered why our minds and bodies enjoy it so much? Science has caught up and can inform us what happens biologically when we spend time outdoors. Our bodies are generally happier. In a 2018 report from the University of [...]

5 Reasons Being Outside is Good for Your Health2021-07-09T06:49:54-04:00
1 07, 2021

Michigan Events in July 2021

2021-06-29T12:56:46-04:00

Last year, 2020, was a bit of a bust when it came to events. This July is looking a lot more… eventful! Although many events have been cancelled or moved online, based on the information known at hand at the time of the decision or based on comfort level, there are still plenty of events [...]

Michigan Events in July 20212021-06-29T12:56:46-04:00
17 05, 2021

12 Kayaking Trips in Michigan

2021-05-17T13:30:20-04:00

The big lakes are the stars of the show when it comes to water in Michigan, but the state has its fair share of inland lakes and rivers that are perfect for paddlers of all skill levels. You just need to know where to go. This article offers two options in each region of Michigan, [...]

12 Kayaking Trips in Michigan2021-05-17T13:30:20-04:00
29 01, 2021

6 Enchanting Winter Trails for Snowshoeing at Michigan State Parks

2021-01-29T07:16:32-05:00

Michigan state parks preserve much of Michigan’s natural beauty, both for us and for generations to come. There are more than 100 parks that are managed by the Michigan DNR. A recreation passport is required to enter into Michigan state parks, which is used to preserve state forest campgrounds and pathways, and preserve historic landmarks. [...]

6 Enchanting Winter Trails for Snowshoeing at Michigan State Parks2021-01-29T07:16:32-05:00
31 12, 2020

Have Fun and Thrive this Winter

2020-12-31T07:57:14-05:00

After all the breaks and holidays we experience toward the end of the calendar year, the months of January, February, and March can feel like we’re slogging through knee-high snow against a blowing wind, figuratively speaking, of course.  We are looking at several weeks of no vacations, few engagements, and lots of time indoors. Or, [...]

Have Fun and Thrive this Winter2020-12-31T07:57:14-05:00
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