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Michigan is flush with diverse natural, man-made, and cultural offerings that include everything from aquariums to zoos, museums, galleries, lighthouses, waterfalls, natural rock formations, and even award-winning wineries.

Michigan is the great outdoors. With more than 3,200 miles of shoreline, 11,000 inland lakes, 5,600 miles of snowmobile trails, dozens of downhill ski resorts and four national parks there\'s no need to miss out on a moment of outdoor fun.

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The Sturgeon River Campground & RV Resort is your year-round center to all Northern Michigan has to offer! On one side of the resort is the Sturgeon River, famed trout stream and a beautiful river for canoeing, kayaking or float tubing. On the other side of the resort is the bike trail, or in winter months the snowmobile trail connecting you to Indian River, Gaylord and hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails. You can ride your ATV or motorcycle from your site directly to the trails. The wilderness Pigeon River Forest offers you hiking, cross county skiing, mushroom hunting, elk and wildlife viewing, trout fishing and family picnicking. The many Inland Lakes and the famous Inland Water Way give you endless boating, fishing, and water sport possibilities with in a short drive of your Northern Michigan home at Sturgeon River Campground and RV Resort.

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