Thunder Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Hillman
by Pam Riehl Szakal
The plan was to cross the Mackinac Bridge after staying at Wilderness SP, but the weather had other ideas. There were 'severe" wind warnings on the bridge and being new camper trailer owners we didn't want to chance it. We opted to check out Black Lake State Forest Campground, which Pam was familiar with from her XC ski racing days with the Black Mountain 30K classic, and we loved it. Another beautiful water-front ...
We stopped to see the beach in Twasa on our way to John & Rita's
home in Ossineke. Later we enjoyed three types of delicious fish for supper.
.Rita's artwork has recently encompassed
molten glass fishes in various forms. In the morning, we met ...
... It was established in 2000.The landward boundary of the sanctuary extends from the northern boundary of Alpena County near Middle Island, to its southern boundary near South Point. The sanctuary extends east from the lakeshore to longitude ...
... 3 of which we were able to climb up into the tower and view Lake Huron & the surrounding areas!) and several nice communities. Of course, Rogers City was our favorite little town and we bought the kids t-shirts from here!
At the end of another very long day, we were very happy we had made the trip to the east side & Lake Huron! ...
Our 3 hour drive to Lewiston went well the first half of the trip when we were driving on 75N. That was a nice highway to drive on…all smooth, fast, and no stop signs. That was nice. Then…we were directed onto Hwy 612 for the next hour. All hell broke loose. For those of you not in the know, Hwy 612 was, in John's words, like they "repaved the potholes with more potholes". There wasn’t a single spot on that road that ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Free parking