way to spend our 4th of July camping. We're heading to Michigan for about 5 days. As many of you know I've been purchasing camping gear, we've been backyard camping with the kids and now we're ready for a new adventure. Our goal is to make it to the Upper Peninsula. We're planning to break up the trip with a stop somewhere in between Indy and the UP. He're my options and I'd love to hear from you camping/RV experts! Option #1, we pack up the minivan with our gear and head to our first camping site near the Huran-Manistee National Forest (about 4.5 hours from Indy). We figured we're not yet ready for a full 4-5 nights of camping so we're gonna do 2 nights here and then thought we'd head north to the UP and find a Cabin/airbnb and enjoy two nights of semi-luxury. We'd also leave the 90 lb dog at home and bring our bikes on the back of the van. Option #2, Given the issues of Covid my wife and girls aren't thrilled about sharing bathrooms at even a private campsite, but if we had to we would. So I started looking for RV's today. After making many calls only to find out its the busiest week of the year for RV's, I called Cruise America and they had a larger RV (30ft and sleeps 7). It's a driving RV since I don't have a hitch. We could bring the dog which brings up a whole new set of issues (probably no kayaking or family bike rides), but the girls love this dog and would love to camp with him. Having the RV makes it better for the bathroom and germaphobe issues. What worries me now is can I find a good place that's still available that doesn't feel like an RV park? I want to be in nature! We were hoping for at least two of the nights we could park somewhere and still be able to use our tents. I'm sure we can find a spot but then we probably won't have a hook up. This is my first time with the RV. Not to mention once I'm parked I'm guessing we're stuck? So what would you guys recommend? I can cancel the RV up to 7 days in advance of the trip. Thoughts?