Thursday, June 21, 2007, 08:47 PM - MichiganIf ever there was a perfect state for a RV road trip, it is Michigan. Plentiful Michigan RV lodgings give you plenty of places to stay a night or two during your exploration.
Michigan RV Lodgings
Surrounded by Great Lakes as well as being home to thousands of smaller bodies of water, Michigan is a good spot to vacation if you love water recreation. Home to some of the finest places for boating and fishing in the United States, Michigan is also a great area for families and couples that enjoy outdoor activities like hiking and hunting. If you are looking for an area with more of a big city feel, the southern part of the state near Detroit is also an option for your next visit. Whether you are planning a trip to the Upper Peninsula or the middle of the state, there are many Michigan RV lodgings to choose from.
The Upper Peninsula of Michigan is popular with many tourists, because of its landscape. Surrounded by three Great Lakes (Superior, Michigan and Huron), the Upper Peninsula has over 1,700 miles of continuous shoreline for visitors to enjoy. Descended from a wide range of original settlers (such as Native Americans, French Canadians and many European nationalities), there are many different customs and traditions to observe while visiting here. 150 waterfalls, miles of trout streams, many sandstone cliffs and sandy beaches all await visitors to this large piece of Michigan.
One of the best Michigan RV lodgings to stay at in the Upper Peninsula is the Cedarville RV Park, located in Cedarville, Michigan. This lodging offers you all the amenities you need to fully enjoy the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, all while staying in the comfort of your own recreational vehicle. If you would like a longer stay (or the opportunity to make your trip here a yearly affair), Cedarville RV Park can help with that as well; they offer special RV lots for sale that you can use from May to October each year.
All of the sites at the Cedarville RV park include many amenities - such as full hookups including electric, water and sewer. Boat docks are also available, and most of the RV sites here are angled back-in lots for easy access. This park also offers hot showers and impeccably clean restrooms, as well as a laundry facility, recreation room and even boat and kayak rental. The town of Cedarville is a small welcoming place, with restaurants, groceries stores and drug stores all within a few blocks of the park. Within a 40 mile radius, there are many other spots to see, such as Indian casino gambling, eight different golf courses and the famous Mackinac Island.
Michigan RV lodgings have a lot to offer vacationers who enjoy the great outdoors. Staying in the Upper Peninsula means that you have easy access to some of the most interesting parts of the state.
By: Adrien White
Adrien White is with RVRentalsforYou.com - get daily RV tips and more.
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