Day 95 of the Nowhere To Be Project marks our final day at Lake Leelanau RV Park in Michigan. I am eager to move on, but will miss the beauty that has surrounded us for five days. This park is special because its goal is to fan the flames of family. I’ve seen so many families dining al fresco together each day. I’ve watched as mothers read aloud to their families by campfire light in the evenings. I’ve looked on as grandfathers teach their grandkids how to boat and fish. Most families have pets who join in the fun which completes the perfect picture for me.
The campground itself is family-owned (extremely nice people:) and is situated on Lake Leelanau. Some inland spots have permanent residents. The spots adjacent to the lakeshore (like ours, #71) seem to be reserved for short-term usage. The rates range in price based on location. Ours was $69 per night and includes full hookups with cable. WiFi is not included. The park has boat, canoe and kayak rentals and a tennis court equipped for pickle ball, volleyball and basketball. We’ve kayaked several times and had a picnic on the lake in a canoe today! They also have a playground and a dock with boat slips available. There is a tidy bathhouse and laundry room as well. Garbage is picked up at each site daily, but oddly, there aren’t any rubbish cans anywhere on the property which makes it tough for immediately disposing of dog doo doo baggies. I would recommend they install a pet station with baggies and a receptacle since there are so many dogs present. Other than that, everything has been fantastic and I would recommend a visit if you’re ever in the area! On to Mackinac Island tomorrow!
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