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After Lambeau Field we continue north in Michigan's Upper Peninsula visiting a few more lighthouses and do the Marshland Wildlife Drive in the Seney Wildlife Refuge. We then proceed on our way to Grand Marais MI.
... taste, gentle on the palette, brilliant amber coloring, lacing on the glass present to the end, so drinkable it's scary! First wifi use since we left...very exciting indeed. Beautiful campsite right on Lake Huron...perhaps 150 feet away. Dogs in love with the smells...Michigan I love ...
Arrived at the town's campground late afternoon, and decided to take the sunset cruise to see the Pictured Rocks, rather than risk the forecast 3-5 ft swells the next day. It rained fiercely just after the cruise boat left the dock, but then cleared up to beautiful brilliant late-day golden sunshine for the rest of the ...
We arrived just after a heavy rain storm, set up camp before dark and rushed off the the Brewery restaurant for supper before they stopped serving. Enjoyed two delicious beers with supper, a stout and then an amber red. Next day hiked to see the lower falls and then the upper falls which are the 2nd largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River. The beautiful rust and golden colour is from all the iron.
After departing Alpena with following John & Rita we followed highway 23 through Cheboygan to the bridge. Connie got a great picture of the magnificent bridge as we crossed it onto the Upper Peninsula (UP), beginning our Yooper experience. Both Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are really only one body of water, sharing the same water level elevation.
How has this campground rated in the past?
An old cabin that my wife would not take off her shoes as the carpet was filled with stains. What a joke for a continental breakfast . First it's located above a garage, second if you wanted coffee you had to brew it yourself after you've cleaned the pot, third you had a loaf of bread so you could make some toast, fourth there were two bananas there (there are 15 cabins) and fifth two kinds of cereal with plastic silverware that is reused. Disgusting to say the least. Stay somewhere else.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.