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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in the Upper Peninsula

When one mentions Michigan, many will immediately think of the state’s unique Upper Peninsula. It certainly makes sense why. This region of Michigan has some of the most beautiful campgrounds and national forests in the state, as well as unbeatable lakefront camping opportunities.

Bewabic State Park is a modern, comfortable state park with plenty of campgrounds and ski trails. Brimley State Park is another great place for campers, and glampers can enjoy the mini-cabins and nearby beach with a reservation. Nature enthusiasts who prefer back country camping and great views of the local wildlife will be best suited for Craig Lake State Park, which sits in the heart of Michigan’s moose country.

Things to Do in the Upper Peninsula

The activities are endless in the upper peninsula!

Hikers can visit the state’s highest peak with unbelievably views of the peninsula via the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park as well as Keweenaw Peninsula’s Brockway Mountain Drive for stunning views of Lake Superior. For more adventurous folks, Iron Mountain’s Pine Mountain Ski Jump is the tallest ski jump in the world, and the views just don’t beat it.

Birdwatchers might enjoy taking a stroll through Whitefish Point near Paradise, as well as the Bird Observatory in the same area.

Places to Visit in the Upper Peninsula

If you’re going to visit anywhere in the U.P., you’ll have to go with the islands. Island hopping is a popular tourist activity. From Mackinac Island to Drummond Island to Grand Island, visitors can paddle or boat to each destination for unique thrills on each gorgeous island.

For those visiting the Keweenaw Peninsula, we would recommend giving the Iron Mountain Iron Mine and Delaware Copper Mine tours a shot. You’ll need a hard hat, but the experience is unbeatable.

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