I am back from another epic road trip around the great lakes. Due to COVID-19, we had a difficult time planning our summer vacation. I believe this was our 5th or 6th different vacation plan. From canceled flights to mandatory quarantines, it is not easy to plan a trip in 2020. Because of this, we ended up staying close to home.
Here’s a look at our itinerary and the trip report to come:
Day 4: Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park – Adventure Mine, Presque Isle Waterfalls
Day 5: Porcupine Mountains – paddling Lake Superior, Union Bay Campground
Day 6: Heading south – Agate Falls, Bond Falls
Day 7: Door County – Peninsula State Park, Cana Island Lighthouse, Wine Tasting
Day 8: Back to Michigan – Bailey’s Harbor Lighthouse, SS Badger
Day 9: Ludington State Park & White River Light Station
As with our other big road trips, this was a very busy trip, but it was good to get out into nature after so long being stuck at home. We were not the only people to have this idea, though. Everyone near the Porcupine Mountains area told us that it was much busier than the typical summer. The campgrounds we stayed at were packed pretty much every night we were out. If you are heading into nature this summer, just be aware that you are not the only people doing this. Prepare to be around people and be sure to take the necessary precautions to keep you and your family safe.
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