Friday, October 10, 2008

Michigan State parks program waives fee to keep campers coming back

The folks down at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources are using their imagination to keep campers happy, and keep them coming in the slow season.

At some state parks such as Bay City State Recreation Area, the DNR is eliminating its $4-a-day fee for unoccupied travel trailers left in campgrounds during the work week. The only condition is that campers must pay the $19- to $21-per-day campground fee on the weekends.

In light of a tight economy and high gas prices, it's an incentive to keep campers coming. They can, for example, use the money saved in weekday fees to ease their pain at the fuel pump for the trip to the shores of Saginaw Bay.
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