Michigan camping

Discussion in 'Reservation Systems' started by Michelle S., Jul 15, 2019.

  1. Michelle S.

    Michelle S. New Member

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    In getting ready to book our first site at a Michigan Campground, our options are
    * Tent
    * Truck Camper
    * Trailer or RV up to 20'* Trailer or RV up to 25'* Trailer or RV up to 30'

    What does our PUP fall under? ** in case my signature line doesn't show up, it is a 1994 Flagstaff Cobra pop up :)

    Thank you in advance!

    Michelle & Brian
     
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    eoleson1 Well-Known Member

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    Typically, you'd choose Trailer up to 20 feet. Sometimes tent sites will work if you're not interested in electricity or water, but you should call the campground before you choose the tent option.
     
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    WrkrBee Well-Known Member

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    I just had to reserve a Unicoi SP 40' site for an Aliner. Wasn't much to chose from, but it will be the grandson's first trip.
     
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    friartuck Well-Known Member

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    When you click on the site it will have the site dimensions widtha nd lenght and if there are any special considerations, like a slope or trees that make a slide out umm, difficult. :)
    Mostly you do NOT want a tent site (those are usually make as 'suitable for tents only). It will be unlevel and tight. Pick an RV 20' site (or larger) and you'll be fine. Which park? I know someone here knows that park and can help with site selection too!
     
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    Quick tip: For Michigan, sometimes there are minimum night stays, but if there's a site with a single night availability, you can be creative with your equipment selection. For example, if there is a two-night minimum for a 20' spot, and you only want one night, but there are plenty of 20' spots, you'll have to pay for two nights. However, if you say that you have a 40' rig, and there's only a single night spot available, you can specify your equipment to get that spot for a single night.
     
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