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7 Awesome Articles About RV Camping In Michigan

Awesome information about places to camp along the Michigan Shoreline of Lake Huron. Michigan's Thumb region is only a two hour drive from the Detroit Metropolitan region. With two major state parks and numerous other local county and private camping its an ideal spot to spend a weekend or a week,


Survive Winter Camping and Snowmobiling with a Quinzhee Snow Shelter

Practice a winter camping survival skill with a snow fort called a quinzhee. It offers shelter better than a tent during the snowy winter. In 2021 a snowmobiler in Canada was saved using a quinzhee snow shelter after his machine broke down in a remote area in the wilderness.

10 Dog-Friendly Camping Spots In Michigan That Will Amaze You

The state of Michigan is a perfect destination for dogs and their owners' thanks to its hundreds of pet-friendly camping sites, park cabins, lodges, and hotels. Michigan’s Natural Resources Department opened up their parks to pet owners when they allowed more than two pets to stay in the state park cabins back in 2017. Therefore, any dog owner looking for an ideal pet-friendly camping destination to take his/her entire family should try Michigan. So, here are some of the best dog-friendly camping spots in Michigan:

6 Top Camping Sites Near Caseville Michigan in the Thumb

We found and explore the top six campgrounds for Caseville Mi Camping. Some offer amazing amenities and camping next to the beach.

Caseville, Michigan, is the avowed, “fun town” in the Upper Thumb. It has four major festivals, one for each season. The Winter starts with Shanty Days. Late Spring has country music and BBQ fun with Ribstock. The late summer has it’s massive Cheesburger in Caseville, and the Fall is wrapped up with Pumkinfest. There is also mini-golf, a giant slide, ice-cream shops, gift stores, pubs, a brewery, and a distillery. There is certainly plenty to do. Those looking to camp out and enjoy the festivals, fine fishing, and beaches are in luck. There are over 650 campsites within 10 miles of Caseville Mi Camping.

Luxurious Glamping Comes to Michigan's Upper Thumb

Glamping is a combination of glamor and camping. This type of rustic camping has been growing and has come to Michigan at Sleeper State Park.

While researching the 7 Little Secrets of Michigan’s Sleeper State Park we discovered that the camping outfitter, Tentrr had set up 15 secluded glamping sites. Each has a large platformed walled canvas tent containing a queen-sized cot or bunk bed and a wood stove.

10 Unknown Secrets of Michigan's Sleeper State Park

Sleeper State Park was the first state park in Michigan's Thumb. Its beach and campground have been a place to play for over 95 years.

Sleeper State Park was the first state park in the Thumb. It has been a place to visit for over 95 years with an excellent beach and modern campsites. Named for Michigan Governor and local businessman Albert E. Sleeper, the park is one of two state parks in the Upper Thumb.

Camping Fun at Michigan's Caseville Beach - It All Happens Here

Caseville beach is one of the largest and finest in the Upper Thumb. Play volleyball, fish, rent kayaks and swim the day away. While you can’t drive on the beach you can park close enough to get a great view of sunsets or the fireworks shot off the Caseville breakwater pier on July 4th. During the annual Cheeseburger festival, key events such as the cardboard canoe race and the sand sculpture draw large crowds. If you’re hungry there is a lunch stand that offers some of the best French fries around.

9 Reasons to Consider Renting An RV or Camper At a Michigan State Park In 2021

Camper and RV motorhome rentals are available for set up at Michigan State Park Campgrounds. Enjoy camping without owning a camper or RV.

One of the things people miss most about their pre-pandemic lives is travel. Many feel there is just no way to resume traveling adventures while still keeping social distancing rules. Fortunately, this really isn’t true. The answer? RV or camper traveling.