December 23, 2023
Michigan has something to tempt almost every type of traveler. From the nation's best lake vacations to charming towns to bustling cities, the Great Lakes State has it all.
Known for its breathtaking scenery, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is covered in sand dunes that rise more than 450 feet above Lake Michigan.
Pictured Rocks, America's first national lakeshore, overlooks Lake Superior in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Its beautiful, diverse landscape attracts outdoor types year-round.
Mackinac Island's old-world charm (think: horse-drawn carriages and Victorian-style buildings) makes the perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway or family vacation.
Occupying nearly 50,000 acres in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Tahquamenon Falls State Park offers visitors ample opportunities to reconnect with nature.
Dubbed the Cherry Capital of the World, Traverse City feels more like a small town than one of Northern Michigan's most populous destinations.
If you're looking for a tranquil getaway without distractions, set your sights on Isle Royale National Park This car-free Lake Superior archipelago consists of more than 400 islands.
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, Saugatuck is a haven for tourists and locals alike during the summer.
This West Michigan town takes its Dutch heritage seriously. During the holiday season, the downtown area is transformed into an homage to all Dutch holiday traditions, complete with roaming carolers.
Located on the northeast shore of Lake Michigan, this city is one of the best tourist destinations in the state. Perhaps best known as a winter-weather vacation spot
While you'll find plenty of public art and some top-notch museums, the real reason to visit Grand Rapids is to try its brews.