You’ve just stumbled upon the near perfect U.P. Wanderlust rig that will comfortably accommodate you and yours among, across and everywhere in between Michigan’s stunning Upper Peninsula. Whether you’re staying locally in/around Marquette or setting off for more distant explorations of Porcupine Mountains, Keweenaw Peninsula, Whitefish Point or Garden Peninsula…our camper will be up for the trip.
It’s equipped with all they typical camper bells and whistles, full side bump out, retracting canopy, plenty of indoor/outdoor storage, attachments for utilities, basic tools in case tinkering is required and immaculately cared for by two borderline OCD owners!
Stocked with basic cooking/eating utensils, pot/pans, coffee maker, paper plates/bowls/napkins/cups. A smattering of plastic cups, bowls, plates, coffee mugs and cutting boards. Below sink are trash bags, paper towels, dish soap and a few extra odds-n-ends here and there. As many basics as possible that may or may not last your entire trip so extra provisioning may be needed based on your plans.
Box fan for indoor or outdoor use, extension cord, bar stools, extra water hose extensions, pump out hoses with adapters, leveling blocks, 2ft. Level, basic tools, extra light bulbs and fuses.
Linens for all beds, pillows, blankets and towels (beach and bath). RV TP will be stocked along with hand soap and basic shampoo/conditioner.
A few camping chairs, folding wagon and camping toys are in the rear storage compartment.
I will be willing to pickup/drop off within a 40 mile radius of Marquette, MI and assist in setting up/breakdown.
A 3/4 ton pickup with proper 7-pole electrical wiring connector will be required if towing this camper.
Hitch and weight distribution bars included.
We’ve taken this rig all across the UP over the years for family reunions, friend trips, fall color tours, fishing trips and quick date weekends just the two of us. I can’t recommend enough places to visit in the U.P. So your best place to start is getting here, picking up the camper, start exploring and re-booking your next trip in advance!
Other things to note
Our position is to please treat our property with as much respect and dignity as you would your own. This goes for pets (please keep off all furniture), cleaning up and tidying before drop off, gentle handling of camper components (not forcing anything to the point of breaking) and feeling free to call us with questions or problems.