jJim the Pro here is showing you of what makes a pro RVer. One is a Water Softer in line, works with just salt, no fifters to buy! Second is a Sewage grinder with just a small hose coming out to the outlet. Good job Jim...Jim and Sue are Full time Rvers....
Here is Damon and Peyton getting there Free Bubble Gun Fudge Cone in the Fudge Factory on the left...
On the right is the Ferris Family by the big Camp Fire in the water electric area...Don said that last time he was here they met folks here at the camp fire they still write too...
This is Jay in front of his beauiful 5th wheel. Jay does funny yopper commercials on TV. This is Jays 4th or 5th year here...
Mrs Fudge and Family and the kids with there free Mystery sticks!!
, This is a new Airstream Bami, that I voted RV of the season. These folks are from the east coast and you can see they had a great week at Gitche Gumee!
This big rig overall was 100 lbs down in pressure. This rig requires 131 in the front and 125 in the back. Our high end air compresser will fill these tires fast and easy. Its going to give you 1 to 4 mpg more for you on your trip.
With 65 ft. total plus getting the bike out without being in the road, and still be in the pines, I would say this site is big rig friendly. This nice couple likes it here and stayed on for another 6 days.
Head man of bfro, Moneymaker speaks in front of cameras about their sightings, in front of clubhouse.
We like our tenters...
Each site is spacious and wooded with picnic table and grill at each site.
These nice guys have a band and stayed here while they played in town at Up Front and Company, for three days. Real young gentleman in my book! They are standing in front of the Ranger Headquarters.
New things are always being build here. This is the new Lake at Gitche Gumee. Trout here we come and some canoeing.
This is Tent site 14, it is one tent with mon & dad on the left and their son on the right. Lots of space for all.
Big Rig Friendly, here. These folks brought their own boat with them and our going to pictured rocks and up the coast to the west for great picture taking. Their are boats going out daily for you in town.
Site 14 is water electric site for these gals that have everything to keep them happy at the campsite..Who says we aren't tent friendly here...
We like the Vintage trailers... Here is a Shasta trailer from the 60s in the water electric area..
Here is Jim again, by the rock of simple living. Jim is full time rver, and said that there are two types. There are campers and there are RVers. Jim says that Gitche Gumee is both for campers and RVers. Gitche Gumee is a Gold Mine here. Right on interstate 28 and 2 miles of the best and cleanest Beach and near Metro Marquette.
Thanks Jim, for some good thoughts and I believe you being a E8 from the Army and a right on Rver...
This is a nice couple who likes camping and the outdoors. They have a motorcycle that fits in there Cargo van that mades into a place to live in. Nice way to get around. They pull the cargo van with a truck. This is site 28 water electric, with lots of shade and up against a hill.
This great couple came in on a phone call and where they were given complete instructions to get here. They were given a choice of a huge wooded drive throught or site 37 with a lake view and firepit both have 50 amp 75 channel cable tv sewer and water. They picked site 37 and just booked for 3 days here!
Did we say Big Rig Friendly, This rig is 45ft without the tow of a H2 Hummer!!
Success is failure turned inside out- The silver tint of the clouds of doubt-And you never can tell how close you are, It may be near when it seems afar; So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit- It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit.
--Ranger Jeff- Author unknown-
Berr Fi, My new invention to give you that wireless internet antenna. Just made as of Aug. 17, 07 So if you see these around you know what they are.