This year's annual winter campout at Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula has brought dozens of campers from all across the country to0 a winter wonderland of beautiful forests blanketed in over two feet of snow.
Although the event was scheduled just from Friday through Sunday, most arrived early. Pretty much the entire Lower Falls campground at the park is filled with Roadtrekers who journeyed from as far away as Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, Nebraska and all parts in between.
Here's a Facebook Live video Jennifer and I did on this year's event.
Activities included lots of snowshoeing, photography, exploring the icy, windswept Lake Superior shoreline, socializing around huge bonfires and enjoying the breathtaking beauty of the northern woods in the wintertime.
Here are some of my favorite photos from the weekend:
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