Presque Isle Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPresque Isle Campground
Great campground tucked away in the Porcupines. Rustic but accommodates both tents and campers/RV's. Also has a no generator section which is nice.
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... but the dock was a
great place to elude them. We dined out most nights and picked up a
couple of canoe paddles of the bent variety that my prior research
said would reduce paddling effort by at least ten percent although
they are not the best for ferrying in whitewater. We are looking
forward to getting them wet. Great to see Ron & ...
... br> Ten days passes too quickly; I scooted
back across the border so I can re-enter the USA just before their
November Turkey day to begin the Snowbird migration for more
Everglades fun (and volunteering).
Killbear Provincial Park will be my
last stop to winterize Tag...
Tidbits from Gooch's:
- Chicken was served at the Boulder
Junction annual ...
... Mercer away from Turtle and his Loon Party. No camping tonight. Maura and I were lucky to score a room at the Great Northern Motel since the town was crammed with bikers and fishermen for the weekend. My long, hot shower washed away the bugs and rejuvenated me in time to relax with Maura in the hotel's grand sun room. Our view overlooked one of Mercer's many loony lakes.
... Michigan, Lake Huron. We stopped in Munising along the 28 Highway to get some things to cook for dinner then we carried on along side Lake Superior where we found a nice scenic spot with a table so we could cook our dinner. There was a bit of fog hanging over the lake but it was still a beautiful evening.. We stopped for about an hour ...
... would be there at 0730, so we waited! Good breakfast, but it put us quite a bit behind on time. While we were waiting, I was conversing with the old guy. Ends up he was a WWI veteran, an Army Air Corps officer and in the intelligence field. Very interesting guy. I shook his hand and thanked him for his service.
First stop - Whitefish Point Lighthouse and Shipwreck Museum. It was closed, ...