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hornet28

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GordonThree wrote:

Hard to get too? Take a look at the map. Exit the expressway and wind along narrow road that weaves through neighborhoods that are built up along the lake.

Compared to GH, Mears, Hoffmaster, Silver lake, it's a bit of a maneuver.

Just my humble 5 cents, don't get all excited.


All you need to do is change the route to Giles instead of going through North Muskegon. How do you think Grand Haven is easier when you ae going through town? I live within 3 mi of the north campground so I'm very familiar with the pros and cons of the two routes





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Rover_Bill wrote:

If your route takes you near Frankenmuth, a 1-day stop at Bronner's CHRISTmas Wonderland with a chicken dinner at ZEHNDER'S OF FRANKENMUTH is highly recommended.


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Look into Wilderness SP and Hoeft SP. Hoeft isn't as busy as the western beach SPs, and has a great beach of it's own. Wilderness SP is pretty big, lots of sites, and beautiful. Good luck.

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You didn't say so i'll put it out there. If you're looking for a spot for a 40-footer with FHU, your going to find little to nothing at this time of year. Electric only you got a better shot. In any event, If it was me I'd go to the UP anyways, much better then the LP any day of the week.

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hornet28 wrote:

GordonThree wrote:

Hard to get too? Take a look at the map. Exit the expressway and wind along narrow road that weaves through neighborhoods that are built up along the lake.

Compared to GH, Mears, Hoffmaster, Silver lake, it's a bit of a maneuver.

Just my humble 5 cents, don't get all excited.


All you need to do is change the route to Giles instead of going through North Muskegon. How do you think Grand Haven is easier when you ae going through town? I live within 3 mi of the north campground so I'm very familiar with the pros and cons of the two routes


I always get off US31 at M120 and follow Holton to Giles to get to Muskegon State Park. That way you can stop at Hobo's Tavern for a quick bite on the way!. (If you go in the winter, you get to see the luge run at the park.)


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Thank you all so much for all the suggestions, working on getting some reservations now. Hope we can get all our work completed by Friday so we can be on our way. Trekker, we did visit the RV Hall of Fame when we picked up our coach a few years ago. We really enjoyed it!

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MDOT shows M120 closed just North of Giles, until August 31


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Henry Ford museum and Greenfield Village.

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Sleeping Bear Dunes, Pentwater

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GordonThree wrote:

MDOT shows M120 closed just North of Giles, until August 31


That's northbound only and it's just the stretch between Giles and N. Getty. There's a detour that takes you maybe 2 mi out of the way continuing on Giles to N Getty and back to M-120.

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