|Camping in Michigan|
It rained most of the night and when we woke up the streets were wet. It looked like the wind was blowing harder today then yesterday. The rain clouds were still hanging around. In looking at the weather radar it was still raining where we are headed so we decided to hang around for a little bit.
After an hour or so we were on the road. Our next destination was 70 miles down the road. We drove two lane highways the whole time. The closer we got to our destination the more fall colors we saw. It was a beautiful to drive with fall colors on both side of the road.
Our destination for today was Hancock City Park. The towns of Hancock and Houghton are separated by a lake. We had to cross the lake via a big lift bridge. Hancock is a small university town. We drove through town to get to the park. We saw beautiful old buildings. It was a very nice town. Hancock City Park is beautiful, some of the rv sites look over the lake and others don't. We took one without a view because it was nearer the bathroom. The day area has a beach, playground, new dock, picnic areas and a bathhouse.
|Camping at Hancock City Park|
|The fall colors on the bank of the lake|
|The playground and beach|
After setting up the Minnie we walked around the campground and the beach area. We had a nice walk. We spent the rest of the day reading. We had a relaxing day.