This past weekend we had a relaxing stay in Munising, Michigan. We were able to sneak away for a snowmobile trip to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. If you didn’t know this about my husband, he is an avid snowmobiler. He try’s to make it up there a couple times a year. (The joke is he loves his snowmobile more than me. 😂) However for my crazy schedule, I’m happy if i make it up there once a year with him. 😆
This weekend we drove 120 miles the first day, 130 miles the second day and the third day I stayed back at the hotel. It was rainy and crappy out and I was NOT for riding in the rain! So I stayed back at the hotel and got HOURS of photography/business work done without any interruptions! 👏🏻
The snowmobile trails up in the Upper Peninsula are nice (when they are groomed 😂). I mean you are always going to run into a bumpy trail, but they are nice because they are longer trails. Meaning you will have more miles in between towns. Which is totally okay! 👌🏻 They are also very wide in some spots and very narrow in others…pros and cons. But overall, it’s very common for snowmobilers to plan a trip to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Snowmobile trips can be a little difficult to plan because you have no idea how much snow Michigan is going to get. It’s all based on HOW MUCH they get, will it STAY and WHEN is it coming? It’s the ONLY downfall of my husband always wanting to come up during the winter months. With my business and the kids, it’s hard to just leave. But luckily for us, we have a phenomenal village back home that takes the kids and always willing to help us out. ❤️
For this snowmobile trip to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, we stayed in the town of Munising. A nice little snowmobile town that fits our weekend get away needs. A hot tub at the hotel and a beautiful lake view! I completely understand why my husband loves snowmobiling…and I’m perfectly fine with it. 🥰
Check out this park, called Lakenenland Park, that has over 100+ iron made sculptors made for snowmobilers just to drive through and enjoy. It’s a very neat exhibit right off the snowmobile trail. 👇🏻