From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
Winter camping is not for everyone. Every time I write or share our excitement about it, I hear from a bunch of fair weather campers who shudder – or is it a shiver? – at the thought. So this post isn’t for them.
It is for those who like adventure and want to camp year round, in all sorts of conditions.
I bring this up because open spots are rapidly disappearing for our second annual Winter Freezeout Camping Adventure at the spectacular Tahquamenon Falls State ark in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. We had about 14 RVs and about 25 people last year. This year, with little publicity but word of mouth, we have already exceeded that.
There is usually between two and three feet of snow on the ground up there in late January.
To read the full story by Roadtreking, click here.