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.
Ann Arbor boasts big-city charm and loads to do, whether you want to try river paddling, paella or peruse funky shops.
Mushing isn’t just for the Alaskan wilderness: dog sledding in Michigan’s U.P. is just as exhilarating in the state’s untouched snowy terrain.
We’ve put together a list of the best ways to boat and float for the whole crew (or family) on our Great Lakes.
From his base near Beulah in northwest Lower Michigan, Michael Gray has made a living by leading kayak tours to exotic destinations. But in summer, it’s Michigan where Gray points his paddle, on the Betsie River to wineries along Grand Traverse Bay, and to Lake Superior’s Isle Royale National Park.
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.
Stony shorelines and sandy dunes attract more than 60 million visitors each year to the edges of the Great Lakes, most of them never knowing what lies just out of sight beneath the chilly waves.
What’s there are shipwrecks—nearly 6,000 of them.