Michigan –-(Ammoland.com)- In Michigan, you’re never more than a half-hour away from a state park, state forest rustic campground, state trail or waterway. Those looking to explore Michigan’s great outdoors have plenty of opportunities during Labor Day weekend – and throughout the entire year.
Although many people have booked their favorite camping spots, there are still plenty of camp reservations available at Michigan state parks and recreation areas, which are home to a diverse range of modern, semi-modern and rustic camping sites. In addition, many state parks now offer camper cabins, year-round occupancy yurts, cottages and lodges. Visit www.midnrreservations.com or call 1-800-44PARKS (1-800-447-2757) to make a reservation today.
For outdoor enthusiasts seeking a more rustic outdoor experience, there are 138 state forest rustic campgrounds located throughout the Upper Peninsula and northern Lower Peninsula. The majority of these campgrounds are first-come, first-served. Fees and registration procedures are posted at the information kiosk at each campground. Visit www.michigan.gov/stateforestcampgrounds to explore a …Read the Rest