Inn at Cedar Crossing
Travel Blogs from Sturgeon Bay
... hiked through the woods to Caves County Park nearby, where we found spectacular scenery of the limestone caves along the coastline, that have been formed by years of erosion. Really a beautiful place and a fun hike.
Below is just a snip of some of scenery we saw at these two beautiful parks.
... the bay and the sunrise without even getting out of bed. It was absolutely gorgeous! No neighbors - most had gone home for the summer or had already closed down their summer homes in readiness for the coming winter. So it was peaceful and quiet like owning our own beach lot, and only about 7 miles from the village of Sturgeon ...
I just love the name of the next town we are headed to although I have to think of how it is pronounced. When we went into the welcome center in Sault Ste Marie I called it me-no-min-ee. However it is pronounced men-ah'-min-ee
Anyway, we woke up to 40 degree weather in Mackinaw City and as we are crossing the $4 toll bridge ($14 for the motorhome) for the last time ...
We started our trip with a lunch stop at the new Hard Rock Four Winds located in New Buffalo, MI. It is located in the SW portion of the state just above the Indiana border. From here we head to Milwaukee to see the first of 5 lighthouses for the day. I am impressed with Milwaukee's waterfront, It has a nice Riverwalk/Lakewalk and has some nice parks right on Lake Michigan. We spent the night in NE ...
... was less populated with more eateries and fewer shops. Still art
displays were eye catching and placed to bring beauty to the street corners and
Time to head on down the road to get a few hundred miles in before
stopping for the night. We grabbed a delicious lunch at the Log Den just
outside Egg Harbor. Offered as a substitute for French fries with our sandwich,
another local treat was deep fried cheddar cheese ...