Strategy, a steady hand, and some 2 x 4s are all you need for this supersized Jenga game! It's fun for all ages and is perfect for the campground!
Natural beauty is everywhere and majestic sites are all around. Lake Gogebic State Park has a ton to offer, and the surrounding area has even more!
Follow this basic RV maintenance checklist so nothing gets overlooked or forgotten.
Stew in a foil packet? Yes, it is! This campfire foil stew is delicious and easy to make. Have everyone gather around and each put their own together!
Finding dry firewood in wet conditions is possible, it just takes a little extra effort. Learn how here!
Beautiful, crystal blue waters and a huge sand bar make Torch Lake the place to be on a hot summer day!
Winterizing your RV is a very important task when you’re getting ready to put it in storage for the cold months. Learn how to winterize your RV here!
Treat your family (and yourself!) to Camp No-Bake Cookies. Make delicious, mouth-watering cookies without having to crank up the oven!
When traveling with a motorhome, many people want to be able to tow a vehicle behind it so they can get around easily once they're set up at their campsite.
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There are plenty of places around to set up camp with no extra costs involved! Learn how to camp for free!
Gather up your family for a fun game of campsite bingo!
Leelanau State Park is a year round park where you can even get a glimpse of some rare and endangered birds!
Here’s all the information you need to know about RV carbon monoxide detectors and why they're important! These could most certainly save your life.
You have to try this tasty recipe for skillet fried tacos!
You’ll need to be observant, strategic, and have a competitive nature to play Phase 10. Gather your buddies around the table with some snacks and drinks!
Repairing a hole in an air mattress is usually a simple procedure, but finding the leak can be difficult.
By using upcycled and repurposed tin cans, a hammer and nail, and a fun design or template, you can make a Tin Can Lantern!
Mitchell State Park is a popular camping, fishing, and boating destination and is one of the more popular camping destinations in northern lower Michigan.
Interlochen State Park is actually the thin strip between Duck Lake and Green Lake and features almost a mile of lakeshore that is adorned with towering pines.
Get ready for some cool riddles to test your brain and knowledge! Don't over think them! Are you ready?
How to make a well-stocked first-aid kit and why to have one. Safety isn't something to take lightly and you need to be prepared in case of emergency.
Since sharing is caring, here are some out of the norm recipes and campfire cooking tips you've probably never thought of that we want to share with you!
Metal detecting is a great hobby that became popular with the invention of the metal detector. Learn the best techniques here!
Acorns are found wherever there are oak trees and can be easily made into a shrill whistle with just a little practice. Here's how to make an acorn whistle!
Tawas Point State Park on Michigan’s Sunrise Coast offers a spectacular camping experience. This may very well become your family’s favorite new getaway!
Crystal clear water, sparkling white beaches, and gentle waves to play in are what you'll find at Petoskey State Park. See this gorgeous area for yourself!
Who knew? But with just a few birdwatching supplies and a good dose of patience, anyone can enjoy the wonderful hobby of birdwatching.
A lean-to fire is one of the most underused and underappreciated fire-building procedures. Here's how to build one for yourself!
This recipe for easy homemade marshmallows is fun to make, and you’ll have a hard time going back to store-bought marshmallows after tasting these.
We’ve compiled some tips for setting up your RV for you on what to do before you leave and once you arrive to make setting up your RV go smoothly!
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