Scales Modeled: Mostly HO,... and a bunch of XMAS "O" and 027
Well,... depends on your interests. We like to put two or three horses in the trailer and head north. The Michigan Shore to Shore trail camps extend from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan and have campsites about every 25 miles. There is also a northern spur and a southern spur. These trails are open to hikers and horse back riders. At each campground, there is a section tailored for horses. There is some very pristine areas that are incredible and some sections are only accessable by horseback (or some VERY aggresive hikers). Our favorite is Goose Creek followed by Shecks. Shecks used to have a spot in the river where you could swim with your horses. http://northernmichigan.com/horse/nmtrails.html
Life is like a horse. If it throws you, you either get back on and ride the hell out of it or stand behind it and shovel.
Having spent a fair amount of time in Northern Michigan, I recall seeing lots of folks on horseback over the years. They all looked happier than a porker in fresh slop.
We did a lot of camping "American style" in our 32' travel trailer.