Read on to see what’s to learn, see and do in the Midwest Zone:
See if you can solve the mystery at Pine Country’s (IL) Who Done It Mystery Weekend, scheduled for September 19-21. Participate in the performance by the Stage Coach Players and watch and listen closely for the clues to find out who the culprits are. Don’t forget to bring your reasoning skills and tools of deduction for this fun weekend.
Spend a weekend at Bear Cave (MI) and learn all about the rich history of the land on which the campground is located. It played a significant part in the history of the Underground Railroad and even has a bit of Hollywood trivia attached to it. Sign up for the History of Bear Cave Weekend, September 26-28 and learn all about this fabled campground.
Plan a visit to Kenisee Lake (OH) and you can double your learning fun. With a day trip to Canton, less than two hours from the campground, you can learn the history of America’s favorite fall pastime at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Artifacts, archives and more are featured at this history stop. Also in Canton are the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum and the McKinley Monument, a Canton landmark and the final resting place of our 25th president.