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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
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Owosso is a city in Shiawassee County in the state of Michigan that was incorporated in 1859. It is also located in but not politically affiliated with Owosso Township. It was named after the leader of the Ojibway people in the Shiawassee area, Chief Wasso, and it is one of the largest cities in the county. Owosso was the home of Thomas Dewey and author James Oliver Curwood; one of the city's important landmarks is Curwood Castle, the author's home that was converted into a museum with exhibits for both Curwood and Dewey. Other notable people who live or have lived in Owosso are authors Emile Benoit and Diane Carey.
Book an RV in Shiawassee County and you can choose from an assortment of RV makes and models that are all perfect for your vacation needs. There are a few other towns that visitors should explore while they have the chance. Saint Louis was first settled by French explorers and traders before being assimilated by the English after the Seven Years' War and finally the United States following the American Revolutionary War. Birch Run had a team, the Great Lakes Storm, in the Continental Basketball Association (the team disbanded in 2005). Fenton was first established in 1834 as Dibbleville after one of the original settlers (it was platted as Fentonville in 1837 and incorporated as the village of Fenton in 1863). Fowlerville hosts numerous large events such as concerts by well-known entertainers, horse racing, and the county fair throughout the year. Grand Ledge is a popular destination for rock climbers who seek out the sandstone and quartzite ledges that rise dozens of feet above the Grand River (the town is named after them). Your Owosso travel trailer rental is your invitation to explore these areas and others.
Huron-Manistee National Forests are a combination of dry sand prairie remnants and dunes, marshes and coastal marshlands, oak savannas and more. The purpose of this refuge is to reclaim the natural landscapes that have been lost to industrialization and urbanization and to provide public access to outdoor recreation areas. It is a popular area for camping and fishing, swimming at day-use beach areas, and other activities. Picnicking and hiking the park's many trails is a good way to spend the afternoon or visitors can take a scenic self-guided auto tour. In the winter, guests can use the park to go cross-country skiing.
Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge is an undeveloped bird sanctuary nestled between urban and agricultural areas, comprised of marshes, rivers, and floodplain forest. Migratory birds and endangered animal species occupy the area, as well as endangered plant species. In addition to being recognized for its reclamation success, it is a well-known outdoor recreational area where visitors can hike, fish, and hunt. Wildlife viewing and photography can be enjoyed, and it has a scenic auto route for guests to explore. Your Owosso camper rental is a perfect blind for nature viewing in comfort.
DeVries Nature Conservancy is a semi-developed recreation area with a play area for young children, a nature center with exhibits, wildlife and educational programs, and opportunities for the public to hike and view the park's resident wildlife. It is open from dawn to dusk year-round.
There are numerous RV parks and campgrounds near Owosso, and some of them may have mobile homes. Your Owosso RV trailer rental is your guarantee of a relaxing and comfortable vacation.
Campgrounds-R-Us, LLC is a family-friendly RV campground that rents sites by the day or month. The park has a beach where guests can swim and have access to hiking trails, go fishing, rent canoes, kayaks or paddle boards, and much more. Individual sites have full hookups.
There is lots to see and do in and around Owosso, starting with the museums. One of them is both a museum and an art gallery, showcasing a variety of art forms and different artists; some of the art can be purchased, and the museum is on the banks of a river so guests can wander around the property or rest on a bench to river gaze. Another museum hosts railroad exhibits including a locomotive used as the North Pole Express; an animated version of the locomotive and its distinct sounds were used in the movie Polar Express. Owosso is also a great area to get your shopping on, with antique stores, specialty shops and a farmer's market with local produce and homemade handicrafts. Don't forget to take your Owosso motorhome rental for a spin on the local highways.
When it's time for dinner, Owosso has a good selection of restaurants and cuisines to choose from. Prices range from inexpensive to moderately priced so dining out won't be hard on the wallet. One local steakhouse serves both barbecue and cajun/creole entrees along with daily specials, Sunday brunch, and a selection of Michigan craft beer. Inside, you will find a dining room and a bar; the bar has a full menu so customers can choose where they would like to eat. It also has an extensive wine menu and live jazz music on select evenings. The restaurant can accommodate takeout, so those wishing for a quieter meal can have their dinners wrapped and head home to their Owosso luxury RV rental and enjoy dinner under a star-filled sky. Nothing says vacation like good food enjoyed in your favorite lawn chair, and now is the time.