Those campers who are planning to get their first camping vacation in early can look to the southern portion of the Lower Peninsula. It gets warm sooner in that region and many of our member RV parks and campgrounds are able to open by mid-April. Of course, we had some late snow this month but Mother Nature has given us a reprieve in the last few weeks to allow those park owners to get ready for your visit.
There are at least 60 of our member parks in the southwest and southeast area of the state. Check them out and decide which one suits your want list for a great place to go for your first camping trip of 2018. You can expand your search further north, as well, because many of those will be open for the first of May.
You can choose a park by location or the services they offer. You may want something that offers a themed weekend so the kids can join in with others for a craft, race, or activity, or you may be looking for a cabin rental. You might search our campgrounds for one that offers a warm welcome for your pets or that has sites large enough to accommodate your rig. There really is something for everyone.
Reservations are usually a good idea and many of our parks provide the convenience of reserving online. It’s the best way to save a spot for you and your family or to be placed in an area of your choosing. Most can’t guarantee a particular site but will go the distance to make sure you have the hookups you desire, in the area closest to your request.
It’s time to get your gear ready and pack some play clothes. The 2018 camping season is promising to be a good one with many of our member campgrounds and RV parks/resorts having many new upgrades to show off.
We look forward to seeing you around a campfire soon and many times to come this season.