With fresh blooming flowers, springtime activities, warmer temperatures and longer days, springtime in Pure Michigan means something unique to everyone.
Below is a roundup of just some of our favorite responses from fans. If yours is missing, tell us in the comments section below what spring in Michigan means to you!
Opening Day, tournament basketball, hockey playoffs, the smell of fresh cut grass, ice cream runs with my kids and sunshine! - Twitter user @Hulka_Sgt
Coming out of your slumber and being adventurous! - Instagram user @hannahtreyes
Bass fishing! -Instagram user @gretelweller
Turning off the heat and opening windows. - Vicki Loss Lautzenheiser
Spring to me means baby animals. -Rachel Bosma Kramer
Cherry & apple blossoms, lilacs, tulips, blooming shrubs, starting plants & flowers, bright, crispy, sunny weather, spring festivals, fishing, spring cleaning & sprucing up the home place! Love it! -Carolyn Faye Suddeth
Trillium and Lady’s Slippers. A time to slow down and take a breath and remember the beauty in creation is meant for my pleasure and enjoyment. -Virginia Taylor
Tulips, lilacs, birds singing, open windows, fresh air. Hurry, hurry spring! -Nancy Barense
Robins, tulips, lilacs, fresh air, sunshine. I can’t wait. It has been a long, hard winter. -Mary Lisa Robinson
Spring means morel mushroom hunting time! -Carol Kubsik Bosch
Fresh smell of flowers and warm spring air. Light happy rain with sun shining. -Dorothy McLean Christenson Green
Northern Michigan Weddings. Lakeside ceremonies are always popular around the Great Lakes! Also love all the beautiful wild flowers! -Above The Bay Limousine
Birds singing, green grass, sunshine, the earths re-birth after a long winter, and smiling faces of those enjoying the beautiful spring of Michigan. -Deborah Sylvain
When I was a child living in Laurium it meant skiing until mid-April or later without the heavy layers we wore in January & February! -Debbie LeClair Hierholzer
Grass, tulips, flower buds, sunshine, warmth and smiles. -Lori Smith Vera
Trilliums in abundance! Dogwoods blooming. Flowering trees & bushes, daffodils, tulips, chartreuse green leaves & buds, warm southern breezes, getting dirty in the yard. Opening the windows. -Jim Gladstone
Beautiful Warren Dunes beach, ice cream at Oinks and bare feet walking in the sand. -Susan Chervinko
New beginnings! -Terri Motto
Golf and Tigers baseball - Mike O’ Baron
What do you love about spring in Pure Michigan?