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Aug 13, 2013 - Camping in Yooperville

So every year, my family goes on a camping trip for one week. And this year it was in The U.P. We drove the five hour road trip from Sagnasty to wonderful, laid back Yooperville. We camped at Big Cedar campground, and I have to say, I would go back. Since my family took up such a big space, the camp owner allowed a tent in the back of a trailer site. Which was great or else I would have been sleeping in the rain. The campground was small, as was the town it was in, so of course, me being a fourteen year old, I judged the WHOLE trip by...

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Aug 6, 2009 - Germfask, MI - Big Cedar Campground

The Seaburys and we decided to use Germfask as our home base for our tour of the eastern portion of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. We continued our role as amateur tour guides from here. While here we took several side trips to the following areas: - Seney National Wildlife Refuge; even though we'd already driven here for a night time wildlife tour, we still made several additional trips to the refuge. We visited in the evenings, early mornings and afternoons. On our various trips through the refuge on the auto and fishing routes and on a 4-6...

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Jun 25, 2009 - Germfask, MI - Big Cedar Campground

We had a very nice drive along US31 to I-75 in Mackinaw City, across the Mackinaw Bridge (awesome as usual) to the Upper Peninsula then west on US2 and north on M77 to Germfask. It is our opinion the Mackinaw Bridge is every bit as beautiful, if not more so, than the Golden Gate, just not as famous. It should be on everyone's bucket list! The weather was a surprise - quite warm (80s) and humid when we first arrived. While here we spent most of our time visiting Seney National Wildlife Refuge. We enjoyed seeing several loons, sandhill...

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Sep 25, 2008 - Germfask, MI - Big Cedar Campground

We moved less than 10 miles north and west of Log Cabin in Curtis to Big Cedar Campground in Germfask. We wanted to this place out to see if we want to stay here for the month of June next year. Log Cabin is very nice but too expensive for a month's stay. Also, Big Cedar is closer to Seney National Wildlife Refuge, which is a plus for us because we spend so much time at the refuge.

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