Michigan Tin Can Tourists Coming to Harbor Beach July 22

Nichole S. Gehr
Tin Can Tourists

Customers of the vintage camper team Tin Can Tourists will be rolling into Michigan’s Thumb Wagener County Park Campground around Harbor Beach from July 22 to 25th 2021. The celebration is referred to as the 2021 Thumbs Up Rally. The occasion has happened on a yearly basis, far more or much less, and was formally at Port Crescent State Park. It is approximated around 68 classic trailers and RVs will be in at the Rally.

The Tin Can Vacationer is a vintage trailer enthusiast group 1st shaped in 1919 in Tampa Florida. The group is composed of over 1000 associates all of the United States, Canada, and Japan. The rally is regularly held at Port Crescent shows some of the ideal-restored motor coaches and travel trailers in the region. Extra information and facts about Tin Can Travellers can be identified on their web-site

The Michigan Tin Can Travellers visits the Port Cresent state park just about each and every 12 months.

Below is a sample of the classic tenting trailers at Port Crescent State Park taken in 2012.

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