There may be nowhere in the state where the autumn colors are more vivid than along northwest Michigan’s Highway M-22.
Holland, MI brims with Dutch details. But none are more impressive than the city’s towering windmill, De Zwaan, the only authentic working Dutch mill in the United States.
Housed within a building patterned after Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, the Henry Ford Museum includes the automobile baron’s personal memorabilia.
The star of Holland’s numerous bike paths is the Lakeshore Trail, a 20-mile multi-use bike path connecting Holland and Grand Haven.
Michigan lays claim to more lighthouses than any other state in the country, each year drawing lighthouse lovers to the 120 beacons that once served as vital warning lights and waypoints within the Great Lakes.
Sand dunes form the hallmark of the Great Lakes State’s western shore, from the Indiana border to Mackinaw City. Michigan’s dunes vary in size and shape, but remain a constant on a visit to the state’s west side.