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Welcome to Rogers City, located in northern Michigan on the shores of Lake Huron. This town offers the perfect combination of natural beauty and modern conveniences. With miles of pristine beaches, Rogers City is the ideal vacation destination for boaters, anglers, hunters, and anyone seeking a tranquil and natural environment. Deemed the Nautical City several years ago, Rogers City is a thriving and quaint northeast Michigan community with a vibrant downtown area. When you visit, you can dine at unique eateries, browse through boutiques, or catch glorious sunsets from the marina. Explore the city on 11 miles of paved bike trails which meander through hardwood forests, across small streams, and along the shores of Lake Huron. Try your hand at fishing, or take a dip in the lake’s clear waters. No matter your fancy, there’s something for everyone here, so rent an RV, and come visit today.

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The Great Outdoors

The Great Lakes are incredible and can truly make you feel as if you’re on the shores of an ocean. Experience it for yourself when you book a travel trailer rental in Rogers City and visit Hoeft State Park. Situated on the shores of Lake Huron and covering 301 acres, the park has forested hiking trails, biking trails, cross-country skiing terrain, snowmobiling, and one mile of shoreline. There are also picnic pavilions, playgrounds, and a full hookup campground, so feel free to bring your RV rental from Rogers City and stay the night.

Immerse yourself in the outdoors at Herman Vogler Conservation Area. The tranquil 270-acre wooded area has seven miles of hiking trails as well as several small creeks running through it. There’s also the Trout River, which runs through the park, and a small pond created by a dam on the Trout River. Enjoy fishing, wildlife viewing, picnicking, cross-country skiing, or just absorbing some vitamin D when you book a camper rental in Rogers City and visit.

In Presque Isle and Cheboygan County, Black Mountain Forest Recreation Area is perfect for those who enjoy spending time in a forest setting. While here, you can engage in hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing, hiking, horseback riding, backcountry camping, and snowmobiling. The park has over 30 miles of hiking trails for every skill level. Black Lake offers opportunities for fishing, and common catches include rock bass, yellow perch, northern pike, smallmouth and largemouth bass, and muskellunge. If you’re into hunting, deer, wild turkey, small game, and bear are all common throughout the recreation area.

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This northern Michigan town is a lovely place, and you’re likely going to want to explore for more than a day. So if you’re seeking a place to park your motorhome rental from Rogers City, there are a few options nearby. Campers Cove RV Park and Canoe Livery in Alpena is located on the Thunder Bay River and Lake Winyah. When you decide to camp here, you can choose from a waterfront or shaded site. Campsites have full hookups with 20/30 amp electrical service; some sites have 50 amps. Each site is also equipped with Wi-Fi and cable TV hookups. There are modern restrooms with hot showers, a laundry facility, a boat launch, a camp store, picnic pavilions, and much more. In terms of recreational activities, you can enjoy a game of horseshoes, a round of mini-golf, canoeing and kayaking, or take a plunge in the indoor heated swimming pool.

You might also consider East Mullett Campground in Indian River. A relatively small campground, there are less than 30 campsites here. Each site has full hookups, and a few pull-through sites are available. There are washrooms with hot showers, potable water, picnic tables, fire pits, and playgrounds for children. Nearby, guests can enjoy swimming, fishing, hiking, boating, and biking.

Exploring Rogers City

Before you start exploring Rogers City, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the area, its culture, and its history. You can do just that at Presque Isle County Historical Museum. There are two houses on the grounds: The Bradley House and the Margaret Hoffman Annex. The Bradley House, which was built in 1913, contains several exhibits, many of which speak to the history, events, and people of Presque Isle County. The Hoffman Annex is home to the museum’s offices, the gift shop and bookstore, and multiple permanent exhibits, including the John Bunton Photographic Collection and the Calcite and Bradley Transportation Room.

Rogers City, because of its location, has long been reliant on Lake Huron. Thus, the town has a rich maritime history. Learn about it when you visit the Great Lakes Lore Maritime Museum. The museum’s focus is the maritime history of the Great Lakes. There is also a strong emphasis on the lives of marine personnel.

Visit 40 Mile Point Lighthouse when you book an RV rental in Rogers City, Michigan. Completed in 1896, the lighthouse stands 52 feet on the northern shores of Lake Huron. Unlike typical lighthouse structures, which usually stand alone, the 40 Mile Point Lighthouse is built into a two-story building which contains mirror-image apartments on each side of the structure. These apartments served as the home for the lightkeeper and an assistant. Today, the lighthouse is available for touring throughout the year.

Whether you’re coming for the history, the Great Lakes, easy access to the Canadian border, or something totally different, your next adventure awaits when you search for an RV in Presque Isle County.

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