There are many scenic parks where you can camp along Lake Michigan. They don’t have luxurious full hookup sites with lots of amenities but the rates are cheaper than most waterfront resorts and they’ll put you just a short walk from the beach. With summer almost here, we rounded up fifteen state parks where you […]
With nearly 900 golf courses throughout Michigan, many of those fine tracks can be found in the eastern Upper Peninsula, specifically in the Sault Sainte Marie area. RVers will appreciate the three parks within Sault Sainte Marie city limits. You’ll find Soo Locks Campground and Aune-Osborn Campground located right in town on the picturesque St. […]
Tyler Creek Golf Course & Campground offers a unique opportunity to golf and camp in a picturesque country setting, located halfway between Grand Rapids and Lansing in west-central Michigan. Situated among wooded, rolling hills, Tyler Creek’s signature covered bridge spans the gentle creek that winds through the property in the small town of Alto. Though […]
Every year, the I-75 leads millions of RVers from Canada and the U.S. Mid-West to the warmer South with many things to see and do along the way.
The area of Escanaba in Michigan doesn’t garner images of great golfing but the 18-hole, championship Sweetgrass Golf Club is one course golfing RVers will want to check out.
Michigan is called the Great Lakes State for a reason. It’s surrounded by four major bodies of water – Lakes Huron, Michigan, Erie, and Superior – that make up all the attractions, annual events and RV Parks for the thousands of visitors that come here every year. A good starting point is Central Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay Region in the Saginaw Valley,
2017 was the third hottest year on record, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). With the Old Farmer’s Almanac predicting more of the same this year, your RV is the key to avoiding soaring temperatures. Pack up your rig and get ready to roll to the coolest RV destinations to beat summer […]
Looking for that million-miles-away-from-it-all feeling you only get from breaking free from the mainland? To visit Michigan’s Mackinac Island (Mackinac is the French spelling of an Indian word pronounced mack-in-awe), you’ll have to leave your RV parked at a ferry terminal in Mackinaw City or St. Ignace. Any one of three ferry companies will get […]