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
16 11, 2022

Tips for Cooking in an RV


Make a plan ahead of time. This is the biggest cooking “hack” of them all. Planning your meals in advance helps you keep your RV kitchen organized and spacious. Planning also helps reduce the chance of missing something when you need it, or having to buy something and having it cost more. This could include [...]

Tips for Cooking in an RV2022-11-16T17:59:14-05:00
11 11, 2022

Organize Your RV Office


The RV, once only dedicated to vacationing and traveling to get away from the constant pulls of regular life, has transformed into an office space in recent years, thanks to advancements in technology as well as changes in the workplace. Working remotely is more possible – and acceptable – than ever. Campgrounds have stepped up [...]

Organize Your RV Office2022-11-11T14:00:21-05:00
3 11, 2022

Safety Tips for Fall and Winter Camping Trips


The high season is over. Fall colors have turned from bright to dull, and the mornings have grown frosty. More and more RVers are choosing to continue camping at this turning point of the year, and beyond. And that takes preparation. Before you head out on a late fall or winter camping trip, keep these [...]

Safety Tips for Fall and Winter Camping Trips2022-11-03T11:49:48-04:00
17 10, 2022

Travel Around Grand Traverse Bay in Northwest Michigan


Grand Traverse Bay in northwest Lower Michigan is really one large expanse of water separated by Old Mission Peninsula, effectively “splitting” it into East and West Grand Traverse Bay. The bays lead to Lake Michigan. For this driving tour, you’ll meander all the coastlines, starting in Charlevoix County in Norwood, traveling south to Traverse City, [...]

Travel Around Grand Traverse Bay in Northwest Michigan2022-10-17T21:53:05-04:00
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
3 10, 2022

Hiking During Hunting Season: What You Should Know


Fall colors and weather beckon to all of us, especially those of us who seek hiking trails. Since Michigan is home to 13,400 miles of trails and has one of the most beautiful displays of fall colors in the country, logically, folks will be out to enjoy nature’s beauty. Autumn excursions for hikers also correspond [...]

Hiking During Hunting Season: What You Should Know2022-10-03T09:19:10-04:00
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
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