When Bob and Lynne Frye started their cross-country ski mecca in 1974, they never dreamed it would become as big as it did.
From active endeavors to sipping wine, the northwestern region of Traverse City shines in the fall and winter.
Dow Gardens’ Whiting Forest is a delightfully wild way to experience childlike wonder—atop the trees.
People once found adventure by thumbing rides around Michigan; now they find it by riding around Michigan’s Thumb.
With two chains of lakes, Victorian mansions, the iconic Capri Drive-In movie theater, antiquing and an opera house, Coldwater is a classic summer destination.
Discover fly fishing on the stretch of the Boyne River named the Everett Kircher Preserve, for the late founder of the Boyne Resorts empire.
Visiting the dozens of craft wineries in Michigan’s “fruit belt,” as the area is known, is a guaranteed good time.
Holland offers friendly sights, bursting blooms, holiday happenings and excellent food and drink—well beyond spring’s Tulip Time festival.
The Muskegon Winter Sports Complex, at the north end of Muskegon State Park on Lake Michigan, has been part of the winter sports scene since 1984. Its most famous element is its luge track, one of only four in the country.