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Big-name architects, a choice of championship quality courses, luxury and some welcome affordability help define golf in the Petoskey area.
Within Michigan are at least 150 waterfalls, says the state’s Department of Natural Resources, and almost all are in the Upper Peninsula, above the Straits of Mackinac.
Long a destination for families, the Traverse City area has excellent trails for hiking and biking, some of the top golf courses in the state, plus beaches, shopping, and a thriving cultural scene.
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.
Hamtramck’s diversity is what makes it so interesting, and that diversity is reflected in the dozens of ethnic restaurants, cafes and grocery stores in the area.