This morning we bundled up LeuC and drove the 2 hours south and a bit west to arrive in Lansing, Michigan. This completed our grand circle exploration of the lower peninsula of Michigan. During the last month we have visited 6 state parks and recreation areas in the lower peninsula including: Brighton Rec Area (near Ann Arbor), Van Buren State Park (near South Haven), North Higgins Lake State Park (near Roscommon), Interlochen State Park (near Traverse City), Aloha State Park (near Cheboygan), Rifle River Rec Area (near, well, nowhere as it is deep in a vast woods), and Bay City State Park (near Bay City).
We are now at Cottonwood Campground in Lansing. We are here because my 50th year high school reunion is taking place over this coming weekend and I am anxious to see school buddies that I have not seen in 50 years. That is a lot of catching up to do!
The campground we are staying at is a RV park. Ugh! We just are not RV park people.
However, instead of bending your ear, wa, wa’ing all over this page, I thought I would take the high road and simple list all of the positive things we love about staying at RV parks. Here I go:
Reasons why we love staying at RV Parks