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Michigan's Best RV Destinations
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Cedarville RV Park, Cedarville
Located on the shores of Lake Huron in the Les Cheneaux Islands, Cedarville RV Park is a fantastic option for RVers visiting Michigan. The park offers a boat dock, boat and kayak rental and excellent access to many fun Michigan destinations. Visitors should be sure to reserve a spot at this fantastic RV Park in advance.
Wesleyan Woods Camp, Vassar
This beautiful family-friendly RV Park is a great option for visitors to Michigan year-round. With the Cass River flowing through the camp, and located near Vassar in the thumb-region of Michigan, visitors are conveniently located near many fascinating Michigan destinations. Wesleyan Woods Camp welcomes reservations year-round for conferences, RVers and more.
Top Rated Parks in Michigan
The little bavarian town of Frankenmuth was founded in 1845 by German missionary families. It has a definite old world charm which draws and delights visitors. During a visit to the town you can take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the town. At the Frankenmuth Historical Museum visitors can learn about the area's history. You can also enjoy the local Weathervane Folk Art Show and the Zeesenagel Italian Village.
Isle Royale National Park
Isle Royale is special, the islands isolation means that it is only accessible by boat. Once there you can enjoy the wilderness that has been protected by its isolation. The island has a beautiful, rugged coast that can be explored by canoe or kayak. You can also explore the island by hiking its many trails. Another unique feature of the island are the shipwrecks, which can also be explored.
This beautiful island is a fabulous destination for all visitors to Michigan. On this island you will find Michigan's first state park, Mackinac Island State Park, and you can even take a horse drawn carriage tour of the park. Also on the island is Fort Mackinac. At Fort Mackinac you can be transported back in time with the re-enactors portraying 1880s Victorian soldiers and ladies. You can also tour the original buildings and enjoy many more attractions.
Pictured Rocks National Seashore
Another one of Michigan's beautiful destinations, this park is located on the shoreline of Lake Superior. Visitors to Pictured Rocks National Seashore will enjoy hiking, sightseeing, and much more within the park. The park features sand dunes, lakes, forest, beautiful beaches and even some sandstone cliffs.
Tahquamenon Falls State Park
This state park is home to not one but two stunning and pristine waterfalls. For visitors seeking a little peace in some undisturbed wilderness this is the perfect destination. In addition to the two falls there are 40 miles of hiking trails on which you will find an abundance of wildlife. The park also has 13 inland lakes for visitors to enjoy. The waterfalls are fed by the Tahquamenon River, and 24 miles of the river flow through the Tahquamenon Falls State Park.