Best Tent Camping: Michigan by Matt Forster

By Matt Forster

Written to guide campers clear of concrete slabs and convoys of RVs, Best Tent camping out: Michigan issues tent campers to the main scenic and serene campsites within the country. This advisor has a campground to fit approximately each camper's style. You’ll locate crucial information regarding each one campground (including season, amenities, charges, instructions, GPS coordinates, and net sites), in addition to an outline of the campground, the easiest websites, and within sight actions corresponding to mountain climbing, canoeing, fishing, and mountain biking.

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Eddy Discovery Center, where people come to learn about the local ecology, and the Waterloo Farm Museum, which is operated by the Waterloo Area Historical Society. Though the park shares many traits with the neighboring Pinckney Recreation Area—it has two modern campgrounds (to Pinckney’s one), a swimming beach, and trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding—Waterloo places more of an emphasis on interpreting the region’s natural and human history for visitors. Part of the experience, of course, is engaging with nature, and there’s no better way to immerse yourself in the heart of Waterloo than to pitch camp in the park’s Green Lake rustic campground.

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness Sp: Presque Isle Campground 50. Courtney Lake National Forest Campground Other titles in this series Best Tent Camping: Arizona Best Tent Camping: The Carolinas Best Tent Camping: Colorado Best Tent Camping: Florida Best Tent Camping: Georgia Best Tent Camping: Illinois Best Tent Camping: Kentucky Best Tent Camping: Maryland Best Tent Camping: Minnesota Best Tent Camping: Missouri and the Ozarks Best Tent Camping: Montana Best Tent Camping: New England Best Tent Camping: New Jersey Best Tent Camping: New Mexico Best Tent Camping: New York State Best Tent Camping: Northern California Best Tent Camping: Oregon Best Tent Camping: Pennsylvania Best Tent Camping: The Southern Appalachian and Smoky Mountains Best Tent Camping: Southern California Best Tent Camping: Tennessee Best Tent Camping: Texas Best Tent Camping: Utah Best Tent Camping: Virginia Best Tent Camping: Washington Best Tent Camping: West Virginia Best Tent Camping: Wisconsin To all of the park rangers and volunteers who actually make our public lands work, and who must be doing it for love (it can’t be the money).

It’s also wise, with so many people leaning over an open fire with hot melted sugar on the end of pointy sticks or metal roasting forks, to pay attention. Marshmallows on the ground can be a bummer, but it’s all fun and games until someone gets a poker in the eye. SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN 1 ALBERT E. ” RATINGS Beauty: Privacy: Spaciousness: Quiet: Security: Cleanliness: KEY INFORMATION ADDRESS: 6573 State Park Rd. Caseville, MI 48725 OPERATED BY: Michigan DNR–Albert E. gov/sleeper OPEN: April–November SITES: 226 EACH SITE: Picnic table and fire pit ASSIGNMENT: First-come, first-served; reservations can be made online REGISTRATION: Register at park office FACILITIES: Electricity, water, hot showers, and modern restrooms PARKING: At site only FEE: $25 for 50-amp electric service; $23 for 30-amp electric service ELEVATION: 593 feet RESTRICTIONS: Pets: On leash only Fires: Fire pits only Alcohol: Permitted Vehicles: Permit required Other: 15-day stay limit IF YOU CAN IMAGINE THE FLOW of tourists who during the summer months surge north like a river, the Thumb region of Michigan is a quiet eddy, off by itself.

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