TravelPod Member ReviewsEuclid Motel Bay City
This hotel met our needs - basic, but friendly. It cost just $46 a night and was right off the highway.
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... direction was clogged 1st one about 12 miles long the second a little bit shorter the weekend warriors one fellow camper said not what he does for sure.
The area we stayed is full of river rafting, canoes tubing etc. very picturesque. Other than someone in a cabin a few sites away we were alone loved it!
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