Here’s what July looks like at 30,000 feet. If any of you Mitteners (is that a good term?) know of special places I should visit please lemme know in the comments!
|7/1 to 7/2||Fort Custer Recreation Area|
|7/3 to 7/5||Ionia Recreation Area|
|7/6 to 7/7||Muskegon KOA|
|7/8 to 7/10||Hoffmaster State Park|
|7/11 to 7/12||Traverse City State Park (Sleeping Bear Dunes!)|
|7/1 3to 7/14||Orchard Beach State Park|
|7/15 to 7/17||Aloha State Park|
|7/18 to 7/24||Petosky KOA (a day to Mackinac and an overnight to Chicago)|
|7/25||Straits State Park|
|7/26||Tahquamenon Falls State Park|
|7/28 to 7/29||Pictured Rocks KOA|
|7/30||Lake Gogebic State Park|
|7/31||Dunno yet! Will be outbound to Ontario!|
5 Replies to “Michigan in July”
Grand Rapids brewery tours. Sic’ em.
Supposed to be lots if rain in the mid west area and north.. You getting any if that?
Nope, maybe tomorrow. Just unusually hot & humid for here. Figures!…
Get in the big lake!
Muskegon is my family’s hometown!
Marti says to grab a hot dog at G&L.
Drive to the Ovals at Pere Marquette Park and check out the WW2 submarine Silversides, near the Coast Guard Station.
Walk the pier out to the light house.
Watch some beach volleyball, grab a beer at the beachside bar and grill, watch the sunset.
Visit with my mom and dad and brother. I’ll text phone #s.
Get a perch dinner at The Hearthstone.
Climb the sand dunes at JP Hoffmaster. Careful running down.
Take the Mac Woods Dune buggy ride
More to follow
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