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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Travel Blogs from Presque Isle
... br> taking easy hikes and watching birds.
After a couple of days, I picked up my
roots and headed west to the town of Massey where Chutes Provincial
Park is located. The town is nice and the people friendly and the
radio free site near the river was peaceful and blocks all the noise
created on the TransCanada highway.
My plans where to ...
... 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 ...
... states poured into the venue as Turtle explained this was a fund raising event for the Mercer youth. Even though many adversarial gangs were in attendance, no one "wore their colors" and violence was kept in check due to the no weapons, no glass and no attitude rules. We talked at length about bikes of all types, road trip routes, saddle soreness, clothing issues and ...
Got on the road jus after 7am this morning.. We were at the Sarnia boarder just before 10 o'clock and it was quiet busy so took us about 40 minutes to cross. The guy we had was surprisingly very nice and let us go rather quickly when he saw we had our green card already. We traveled up through Michigan, where the 3 Great Lakes meet. Lake ...
... 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, ...