Family Leisure Vacations in Grand Rapids Minnesota
The Grand Rapids, Minnesota area is known for its distinguished fishing lakes, forests, family vacations, fishing trips, and couple's getaways. The convenient half day drive from the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area makes it an easy affordable vacation destination.
Sherwood Forest Campsite Tour-Photos
A photo tour of Sherwood Forest Campsite in New Harbor.
800' to Pemaquid Beach
Sherwood Forest Campsite
Address: 32 Pemaquid Trail, New Harbor, ME 04554
Max Amperes: 30
Max RV Length: 40'
Facilities: tenting, dump station, store, laundry, recreation hall, swimming pool, rentals, group area, pets, cable tv, slideouts, pullthrus, wifi hookup
Facilities within 1 mile: other swimming, boating, fishing, lp gas
Escape to a leisurely vacation on one of our quiet, wooded campsites nestled amidst forest splendor, or enjoy the convenience of one of our duplex log cabins.
We have 62 clean, wooded sites for tents or up to a 40' RV. We have full bathroom facilities, a camp store, wood and ice, pay phone, laundry, playground, an enclosed pavilion with ping pong, picnic tables, fire pits, trash removal, dump station, group rates and special music. Check-in 1PM, Check-out 11AM.
Our cabins are clean and spacious, offering two bedrooms, full kitchen and bath, living room and dining open area. All our cabins have cable TV, a screened porch, fire pit and picnic table. We provide sheets, you bring towels. Sorry, no pets in the cabins. Check-in 3PM, Check-out 10AM.
Heading East to the Midwest (Pt. 68) - Tropical Detroit, Michigan
July 13, 2015 - This afternoon I entered my 34th state, Michigan, and made a beeline to its grandest city, Detroit, where I will spend the next two nights. Why? Because I've never been there before, and I stayed at a hotel that clearly advertises itself as a fine hotel, complete with gated parking and bullet proof glass.
In all honesty, the hotel was absolutely fine, located in Corktown, in the shadow of where old Tiger Stadium used to be.
My first stop on my little drive around Detroit was the Joe Louis Arena. Home to the Detroit Red Wings, it is located in Detroit's pleasant riverfront district; across that river? More of Canada! Next up, after a quick drive through downtown Detroit, was Comerica Park, current home of the Tigers.
Shortly thereafter I realized I was hungry, so I drove to Canada via the Ambassador Bridge. Yes, there IS food to be found in Detroit, but I had other plans for the evening...
NOTE: None of this music is mine!
Eye of the Tiger - Survivor
Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffet
It's Not Easy To Be Me - Five For Fighting