Traveling in Michigan

Traveling in Michigan

MICHIGAN CAMPING RESOURCES

ORGANIZATIONS WHICH OFFER WILDERNESS

CAMPING TRIPS

American Youth Hostels, Michigan Council, 3024 Coolidge, Berkley, MI 48072; (313)545-0511. This AYH chapter sponsors backpacking, canoe-camping, and other wilderness camping trips, and also offers an Introduction to Backpacking class.

Sierra Club, Mackinac Chapter, 115 West Allegan, Suite 10-B, Lansing, MI 48933; (517)484-2372. The Mackinac Chapter of the Sierra Club offers canoe-camping and backpacking trips, including trips for beginners, plus backpacking classes.

USEFUL GUIDEBOOKS

Fifty Hikes in Lower MichiganDuFresne, Jim. Woodstock, VT: Backcountry Publications, 1991.

Foot Trails and Water Routes of Isle Royale National Park DuFresne, Jim. Seattle: The Mountaineers Books, 1984.

Michigan Hiking OpportunitiesLansing, MI: Michigan Department of Natural Resources, 1983.

Michigan Trail AtlasHansen, Dennis R., and Holley, Danforth. Okemos, MI: Hansen Publishing Co., 1988.

INFORMATION ABOUT STATE PARK AND FOREST

CAMPGROUNDS

Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Box 30028, Lansing, MI 48909; (517)373-1220.

STATE HIGHWAY MAP AND TRAVEL INFORMATION

Michigan Travel Bureau, P.O. Box 30226, Lansing, MI 48909; (800)5432-YES.

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