There may be nowhere in the state where the autumn colors are more vivid than along northwest Michigan’s Highway M-22.
Grand Rapids was voted Beer City USA several years in a row – and it’s evident why, from their Ale Trail map featuring over 30 local breweries, as well as cideries and distilleries.
Michigan has plenty of family-friendly resorts; we’ve gathered a few of our top gathering spots for a winter oasis weekend.
Detroit’s early auto barons lived in high style. Their lavish mansions, representing the finest in early 20th-century craftsmanship, are paneled in rich woods and furnished with antiques, handcrafted chandeliers and tapestries.
Join us as we explore the tradition of making Native American snowshoes in Shingleton, MI – and what makes Michigan a great place for this winter sport.
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.
Somewhere between Mother’s Day and Memorial Day, depending on the coolness of nights and frequency of rain, people head to the woods in search of morels.
The UP’s Porcupine Mountains offer adventure, beauty and solitude. At 60,000 acres (26 miles long and 10 miles wide), this is Michigan’s largest state park.
World-class golf and dining at the same location might seem an odd twosome at first glance, but not in Michigan. It’s a regular occurrence, and remarkably convenient.