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 who saw it back then. It had only 80 camp sites, a store, a bathhouse, and a very small pavilion.
In the last 20 years, Outdoor Adventures has developed its flagship property greatly. It now boasts almost 400 camp sites, several rental units, a beautiful lake for swimming, kayaking, fishing, paddle boating, and more, a putt putt course, a beautiful and vibrant clubhouse, a chapel in the woods, indoor and outdoor pools, laundry facilities, and many more fantastic amenities and activities (check out the full list here, http://www.outdooradventuresinc.com/resort-saginawbay.html). With an annual Fishing Frenzy tournament, a glorious Independence Day celebration, a memorable Halloween celebration, and so much more, it has become a favorite place for many families to spend time together and to create traditions.
Saginaw Bay Resort is open year-round. Whether winter camping (yes, people camp in their RVs even when there’s snow outside!) or staying in one of our cozy cabins, you can enjoy Saginaw Bay Resort in any weather conditions Michigan chooses to dish out.
Come check us out if you haven’t already. See what fun you can find and friends you can make around every corner!
Want to get a peek at the resort? Check out the photos below, take a look at the map on page 11 here, http://www.mobilerving.com/assets/uploads/24421/1433949904.pdf, or watch this video, http://fusion.realtourvision.com/26653