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    Setting Up Camp
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    Our favs from U.P.

    Quote Originally Posted by DougW9876 View Post
    I am trying to plan our summer trip and the UP (Upper Peninsula) is on the list for this year. So far I have some stops planned, it looks like most of the things to do up there are outdoor related with sightseeing or hiking being popular activities. We donít do much hiking as my arthritis prevents going very far. Just looking for ideas from those who have been there as to where to go and what see and what to do. We will have 6 weeks available.
    We spent a couple weeks there last fall. Top items include:
    1) Kitch-iti-kipi: stay at Indian Lake state park in Manistique (try to get site backing up to water)
    2) Shipwreck Museum of the Great Lakes (just north of Taquamonon Falls)
    3) Painted Rocks National Lakeshore (take the boat ride)
    4) Marquette: City park - jump of Black Rocks into lake
    5) Brimley state park - watch ships going in to Soo Locks
    6) Soo Locks - viewing platform to see ships

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    Left The Driveway
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    You could spend hours touring ghost town.

    https://www.michigan.gov/mhc/museums/fayette

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    Whitefish point - shipwreck museum with Edmund Fitzgerald bell
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    Setting Up Camp
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    You could always go up to Big Bay and visit the bar where the murder depicted in the Hitchcock classic "Anatomy of a Murder". I can't remember the name of the bar and there is some question that the real scene was another bar. Interesting piece of Michigan history. The couple involved were living in an RV park at the time.

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