It’s almost New Year’s Day. It’s almost 2016. It’s tradition to make resolutions; to declare that you’re going to work specifically toward something for the next year. It could be self-improvement (have you ever seen the number of new people at the gym in January?!), it could be a financial goal. It could be relationship-based … Continue reading How Outdoor Adventures Can Fit Your New Year’s Resolutions
In Hawaii, “Ohana” means “family.” In West Branch, “Lake of the North” means “family.” If you’ve been there even one time, you know what we’re talking about. This resort is the smallest in the Outdoor Adventures family, in terms of the number of campsites and rental units, but that seems to just mean that the … Continue reading Lake of the North – West Branch, MI
It’s almost Christmas! Shopping is (or should be!) in full gear. By the end of this week, it will be too late to order online without paying higher fees for expedited shipping. Let’s take a look at some things that would make perfect gifts for the type of people we usually see at Outdoor Adventures! … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide for “Outdoorsy” People
Life is better on the river. And in 1998, we decided that we wanted to be part of it and share it with our guests! Outdoor Adventures purchased Cedar Springs Campground, right on the bank of the Rifle River, and also acquired a canoe livery business with it. Guests can now rent canoes or tubes, … Continue reading Rifle River Resort – Sterling, MI
When you say “camping”, for many people it brings to mind images of the woods, campfires, new and old friends, the sounds of nature, and just kicking back and relaxing. THAT is what Wilderness Resort is. It’s “camping” the way your grandparents and parents knew it. Prior to Outdoor Adventures buying this campground in 1996, … Continue reading Wilderness Resort – Omer, MI
We’re going to take a quick break from the tour of resorts and talk about traditions. With it being the end of November and with December and January quickly approaching, it’s the time of year where traditions are most prominent for everyone! There are some very cool fall holidays and traditions. Check out these links … Continue reading Holiday Traditions… Indoors and Out!
It’s 1995. Gas is $1.15 per gallon. Eggs are $1.16 per dozen. A first class stamp is 32 cents. Bill Clinton is President and Al Gore is Vice President (before he invented the internet). And the King family bought H&R Campground in Standish, Michigan. H&R has been affectionately referred to as “the mudhole” by people … Continue reading Saginaw Bay Resort – Standish, MI
Making memories and having fun is what Outdoor Adventures is all about! Sit back and relax as we tell you our story. Before you know it, you’ll be planning your next adventure with us! When we started our adventure in Michigan in 1995, our goal was to create the best outdoor experience and to leave … Continue reading “We didn’t realize we were making memories; we just knew we were having fun.”