My husband, daughter and I had never been to Canada. We decided we needed to change that and planned out the closest route to obtain our goal. Approximately eight hours of driving took us across the border to a campground where we spent two nights. We shopped at a Canadian dress shop where I bought a skirt and shirt and grocery store where we had to pay to checkout a shopping cart; and we went on bike rides in a beautiful, big park, where my husband scared the Canadian Geese and my daughter chased them, crawling toward them in mad dashes. Our trip also included a drive over the Mackinaw bridge, which connects the Upper Penninsula with lower Michigan. We camped nearby the bridge at a state park. As rugged Utah natives, we were surprised at the postage size campsites and the large lawnmowers used to cut the grass at such sites. This was not real camping :), but it was still fun.