Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Casino Camping

Thanks to our friend Mac and his website CasinoCamper.com we found a great spot to stay on our route through Michigan's Upper Peninsula. At first all we saw was a wide open parking lot and we were afraid we had misunderstood. Many casinos offer dry camping. But, we just kept going and found a road way at the back to this delightful campground with pull-thru sites and electric and water hookups! In fact, it's so nice that we decided to stay another night so I could catch up on some website work, do the laundry, and Jim could clean up the rig. Wow, where did that white car come from? And, of course, an added bonus is we don't have to cook because there's a restaurant in the casino. No, we don't gamble at all. I got that out of my system completely when I lived in Tahoe.

1 comment:

Nick Russell said...

We have stayed overnight in many casino parking lots around the country. If you have the will power to avoid the slot machines and tables, it can bee a real money saver.