We live in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore of Northwest lower Michigan. Lots to see and do here. But we travel to the Upper Penisula every year, lots to see and do the scenery is gorgeous. But the people are the best..
Donít miss the experience.
I'm from upper Michigan ,born and raised with my feet in Lake Superior ..Next year I'm planning to do the Lake Superior loop .A drive all the way around that big lake thru Canada Minn.,Wisconsin and Michigan. It takes a good 2 weeks to see all the beauty of the lake ..Just a thought for your trip
Lots of suggestions already posted, all good. All you need to do is figure out what interests you the most. But the highway through southern Canada is much easier on you and your unit than the roads in the U.S. Just avoid the toll roads near Toronto, which is easy to do. (You will need passports if you don't already have them.) Coming back into the U.S at Port Huron, Michigan will allow you to easily tour northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula and continue west to without fighting traffic around the southern end of Lake Michigan.
Agree completely. FYI before you cross into the US check out the Pinery Provincial Park an hour or north of Port Huron and Sarnia
Pete and Carolynn Foss from Oxford, MI
2018 Four Winds 31W
1999 Aero Cub F-21 trailer
1977 Tioga 24 foot RV