John McCormick / Shutterstock TravelAwaits participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn commission when you click on or make purchases via links. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is one of America’s most secluded and beautiful areas. The forests, lakeshore, rolling hills, and historical sites all offer experiences unique to the area. Camping in the Upper Peninsula, or UP of Michigan is a highlight of the camping we have done through the years. I am beginning to plan a return camping trip with our RV, as it’s been 15 years since we have camped there. If you want to view the stars and enjoy a campfire in solitude, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is ideal for you. The UP of Michigan sits near Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and Lake Huron. It is a gem in one of the far north areas of the United States. As you drive through this incredible peninsula, embrace the views and experiences that you see along the way. Highway 2, along the southern portion of the peninsula, offers views of Lake Michigan. Several parking areas along the route are RV friendly. Many campsites will welcome you and your RV as you take off to explore the beauty of Northern Michigan. After all, every day is a grand day when you step outside the door of your RV to the incredible UP wilderness. Explore Houghton My family and I were introduced to Houghton, Michigan, 20 years ago and found ourselves returning each summer for the next several […]