Rides are only allowed during daylight hours, so putting off asking for a ride could mean you are stuck with a crying four-year-old if you don't catch the truck until it's time to put it up for the evening.
A schooner passes in the background as a young man fishes of the shore of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping.
Bird's-eye view of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping and it's 1 mile of shoreline on the Straits of Mackinac.
A cabin camper partakes one of the joys of camping, a campfire.
Photo tour of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping, featuring pictures of the camp facilities and activities and some of the areas attractions.
Browse the nearly 200 photos below to get a "virtual expeience" of staying at the campground and enjoying some of what the Mackinaw area has to offer.
Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping was originally designed and constructed during the 60s and 70s.
However, conventional wisdom at the time (remember the original gas crisis in the 1970s) did not take into account that vehicles would find a way to get larger, regardless of the increase in fuel costs.