National Geographic : 1952 Mar
© National Geographic Society 4 School's Out for the Summer! Children Play in Higgins Lake Each vacation time, campers flock to Michigan's State parks by the thousands. They pay a small charge for a trailer or tent site, which they may occupy not more than 15 days. Higgins Lake borders such a State park. Its water has a glasslike clarity. Kodaehromes by Andrew tI. Brown ' Upper Peninsula's Huck and Tom Fish from a Homemade Raft Some Michigan clubs set aside fishing ponds and streams exclusively for children. Especially in the water-laced north, the State gives youngsters wonderful opportunities to dangle a worm or flip a fly. These boys play on Plumbago Creek pond at Alberta.