The Michigan DNR is highlighting luxury accommodations across the state as 'glamping' has become more popular for those who want to enjoy the outdoors with more amenities than just a traditional tent and sleeping bag.
With the Memorial Day holiday weekend coming up this week, many people will be gathering their camping gear and heading off to their favorite campsites. When packing for your trip, leave your firewood behind.
If there were ever a time we wanted to unplug and get away from it all, it would be 2020. Well, a new camping experience that will get you completely off the grid could be coming soon to West Michigan.
The National Park System here in the United States encompasses 422 national park sites. These parks span across more than 84 million acres in each state and extend into U.S. territories, including parks in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Guam. There is only one of those National Parks that fully closes in the winter. Do you know which park that is?
Are you new to outdoor adventures and activities in our beautiful state of Michigan? The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and many of its business partners offer equipment rentals and access to some unique outdoor activities in many of Michigan's state parks, recreation areas, trails, and waterways.