From the vivid cliffs of Sleeping Bear Dunes to the dim scratchings of the Sanilac Petroglyphs, Michigan’s Native American heritage enhances the tourist experience in profound ways.
Sault Ste. Marie, the state’s first permanent European settlement celebrates its 350th birthday this year. From voyageurs to very good microbrews, this U.P. city makes a great getaway.
Detroit isn’t the only hot spot for great pizza. Throughout the state, there’s a pizza pie for every taste. Here are some of our favorites.
The storybook village of Saugatuck is less than three hours from Chicago but feels as though it’s a thousand miles away. It’s been a summertime destination for Chicagoans since The Gilded Age.
Pewabic Pottery is a simple yet elegant contribution to the Arts and Crafts movement that originated from Detroit— starting with one woman who emerged as an artistic pioneer.
Join us for a journey to Drummond Island. Bring your binoculars, hiking boots and sense of adventure; we’ve got 87,000 acres to explore here on Drummond.
If you’re a nature-lover in search of peace and quiet, who gets pleasure from hiking, fishing, hunting and other active relaxation, add Beaver Island to your bucket list.