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Old 10-22-2019, 09:30 PM   #1
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Looking for campground in western MI on a sailing lake

My wife and I travel with our travel trailer, and we take an inflatable sailboat rig in our truck bed. An ideal campsite would be on the shore of a lake where I could inflate my sailboat and pull it up on the beach at the campsite. We'd like to be within a 3-4 hour ride from Grand Rapids and would like to be able to stay there for a month or two in the summer with full hookups. Anyone know of such a place?
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Old 10-30-2019, 10:35 PM   #2
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Cedarville RV Park in the UP. It has what you are looking for on the shores of Lake Huron. Very protected.
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Old 10-31-2019, 08:08 AM   #3
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sailboat inquiry

Puma, we enjoy sailing also. What type of inflatable sailboat do you have? I didn't know that they made such a thing. We have a 22' tt that came with a strong receiver hitch that is welded to the frame. I was going to try to pull my my beach cat behind my tt. Hoping that I cud take along my boat sometimes.
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Old 10-31-2019, 12:30 PM   #4
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Puma, we enjoy sailing also. What type of inflatable sailboat do you have? I didn't know that they made such a thing. We have a 22' tt that came with a strong receiver hitch that is welded to the frame. I was going to try to pull my my beach cat behind my tt. Hoping that I cud take along my boat sometimes.
We have an 8-ft Achilles LT-4 standard dinghy with a Sailboats-to-go sail and sideboards kit.
https://www.defender.com/product.jsp...288&id=6296038

https://www.sailboatstogo.com/catalog/DINGHY_RIG

We have taken an inflatable with us on most of our RV trips, sailing it in CA, WY, MI, KY, AL, TN, , CO, and our home state of FL. Not as fast as a cat, but who is in a hurry on an RV trip!
We did go through 2 "cheapy" inflatable dinghies before we decided to go with a Hypalon "real deal" dinghy. The owner of Sailboats-to-go recommended a dinghy without the transom of the standard dinghy. that is why we decided on the LT-4 with its rounded stern.
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