We live in the middle of 10 acres of woods. Beautiful here. Have lots of room for any size rig to maneuver.
We enjoy most card games and board games. Really like to geocache. If you do not know about geocaching and want to find out we will be glad to show you. If you are already geocachers there are quite a few in the area to find.
one old outdoor cat
State forest campgrounds
little village of Mecosta
32 ft. travel trailer with 3/4 ton hd gmc pickup
These hosts were terrific, they have created a wonderful RV space nestled in the woods. Would be a perfect stop if you’re headed to/from Mackinac Island, Traverse City, or the UP. It snowed during our time there so it was literally a port in a storm.
All communication was super fast and the instructions for arrival were perfect. Their driveway wraps all the way around the property so it made for a very easy in and out in our 35’ TT. Verizon cell service was good.
On a personal level I was greeted with genuine warmth & hospitality. I was happy to have time to visit and get to hear about our hosts’ own travel adventures. My wife was finishing up her work assignment and very sorry she didn’t get a chance to say hello.
Thank you so much for the kind hospitality. We will miss the beauty of Michigan and the friendliness of Michiganders as we move on to the next adventure.
We are full-time travelers. We were on our way to Chicago from Traverse City, Michigan and spent the night at Rainbow's End located in rural central Michigan. If you're looking for a very quiet evening in a great forested area, Rainbow's End is the place. They graciously offer water and electricity and provide a level spot on their beautiful property.
While we didn't get to spend enough time with our hosts, we would definitely stay here again if, or when, we are back in the area. Highly recommended.
Rainbow’s End were gracious hosts and we enjoyed our visit. Our big 36’ class A fit but would also suggest coming from Hayes Rd so you can pull straight into the driveway.
These folks were great hosts and very welcoming. Even got to meet their 10 year old grandson.
The site is nice, though entry with 40'class'A' was a bit tight. Found it easier to go North on Hayes Road then the site is a straight shot into the drive.
Next time we would like to stay longer, but have schedule to be in MT.
These were just wonderful people.
We had a nice chat with Nuttyfabes, they had many interesting RV experiences to share! Nice quiet easy place to park! recommend!