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When you rent an RV and travel north through the captivating state of Michigan, the Elkwood Campground is a great camping destination. Between several state forests, forested areas, and even state parks, the Elkwood Campground offers visitors easy access to much of northern Michigan’s natural beauty and outdoor recreational activities. Campsites at Elkwood Campground are available with full hookups or water/electric hookups, so you'll find the perfect set up for your Wolverine motorhome rental.
When you return to the RV campground after a day of exploring, you can clean up using the showers on-site. You can also prepare your clothes for the next day at the laundry facilities, which are conveniently located within the shower house. If you need any supplies, stop by the camp store; it has a lot of the basics, such as bug spray, soap, snacks, and even a movie rental station.
There are several ways to pass the time while you're camping at Elkwood Campground. Go for a quick swim in the massive swimming pool, a great way to beat the summer heat. You can also let the kids loose on the playground while you get dinner ready over the campfire. There's lots to enjoy while Elkwood Campground camping.
Just across the highway from Elkwood is the Gaylord State Forest Area in Wolverine. This relatively rustic and undisturbed forested area is a great place to experience northern Michigan is all its beauty. With several trailheads perfect for hiking or snowshoeing in the winter, you are bound to feel reconnected to the natural world around you. If you’re quiet, you’ll likely see some Michigan wildlife. So, keep an eye out for turkey, deer, or if you’re lucky, an elk.
At just over 9,500 acres, Hartwick Pines State Park in Grayling is one of the largest state parks in Michigan. Here, you can explore the forest thanks to the expansive network of trails. You can see the four lakes, visits the Hartwick Pines Logging Museum, or even go walking through the 50-acre old-growth white pine forest. If you feel like seeing the forest from a different perspective, you can rent a kayak at Bright Lake or Glory Lake and paddle along the waterways of this expansive park. Additionally, both Bright Lake and Glory Lake have fishing piers where you can test your luck and try to catch some local trout or bass.
Along the shores of Lake Huron is Cheboygan State Park in Cheboygan. Head out on one of the lakeshore trails and delight in the stunning views of Lake Huron. If you’re traveling in the spring or summer, you can experience something more unique. Travel the trails that are just slightly inland of the lake, and you will get to see some of Michigan’s most rare wildflowers. Those traveling during the warmer months can also enjoy the crisp and clear waters of Lake Huron. Whether you just want to soak in the sun on the sandy beaches or go for a swim in one of the Great Lakes, relaxing to the sounds of the waves at Lake Huron makes for a truly memorable experience.
Those wanting to learn more about the wildlife of North America can visit the Call of the Wild Museum. Taxidermy animals are set in recreated habitats in this expansive museum. After you learn about some of North America’s most unique wildlife, you can head to the park next door for some miniature golf and go-karts.
Those looking to indulge their creative side can head to the Crooked Tree Arts Center in nearby Petosky. You can sign up for a dance class, a painting class, or even a cooking class for a fun-filled evening. Crooked Tree is home to four art galleries, so if you don’t want to commit to a class, you can still immerse yourself in some creative expression.
Thanks to the sprawling amount of land in this region of Michigan, there are numerous wineries. You can enjoy a tour, wine tastings, and pick up a bottle of your new favorite wine.
When you camp at Elkwood Campground, you can easily reach a couple of grocery stores along I-75. However, there are more options in the nearby towns of Gaylord and Petosky. Several gas stations are around the area of Elkwood too.
Michigan is the country’s leading producer of tart cherries. Or better known as the cherries that make cherry pie taste oh so good. So when you book an RV in Cheboygan County, make sure to sit down to a slice of fresh cherry pie and enjoy the flavors of Michigan.