Lake Advice from Our Fans: What to Do in Southeast Michigan

All summer long, our amazing community of Facebook fans has been giving us advice on their favorite things to do around the different regions of Pure Michigan. The last, but certainly not least, of our series of Lake Advice is Southeast Michigan, home to such iconic destinations as Detroit, Ann Arbor and Dearborn.

Still planning your summer vacation in Pure Michigan? Check out our Lake Effect planning page or view photos from around the state at our gallery.

Slow Roll! DIA, Eastern Market, Dequindre Cut, Red Wings, Tigers, Belle Isle, and any of the hundreds of delicious bars/restaurants/breweries! – Christine Keena Snyder

Belle Isle. Photo Courtesy of Jason McCoy Belle Isle. Photo Courtesy of Jason McCoy



Come & visit historic Ste. Anne de Detroit Catholic Parish, second oldest continuous catholic parish in the U.S. – Gabriele Richards

Monroe, and the River Raisin National Battlefield. – Judy Benriter Statti

Monroe, Photo Courtesy of Monroe County Convention & Tourism Bureau Monroe, Photo Courtesy of Monroe County Convention & Tourism Bureau



Harsens Island, Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, and kayaking the River Raisin! – Nick Meekhoff

My mom and I were in Detroit Thursday for a concert. We were at the Fox Theatre. Saw Ringo Starr of the Beatles.  Awesome. – Liz Gavin

Downtown Detroit, Photo Courtesy of Mike Boening Downtown Detroit, Photo Courtesy of Mike Boening



Belle Isle, Detroit Zoo, Greenfield Village, Tiger game – Susan Bammel Hellenga

Sports. Red Wings. Tigers. Lions. Pistons.- Brian Zientak

I work downtown and I love it! There are many small things that make my day. The Belt. Campus Martius. Riverwalk. All wonderful for daily rejuvenation! –Sheena VanWinkle

Is anything missing? Let us know below!