Getaway to the Michigan Great Lakes Bay region towns of Bay City, Birch Run, Chesaning, Frankenmuth, Midland and Saginaw.
A high-energy city where food is art, the stage is alive and music flows. In a region of unparalleled natural wonders dominated by the crystal-clear waters and beaches of Lake Michigan.
Mackinac Island, with its timeless atmosphere, takes you back to a simpler era of grace and leisure. Enjoy an island devoid of motorized traffic but full of fun, history and natural beauty. Plan your summer to include Mackinac Island, a quintessential Pure Michigan experience.
Discover America’s Greatest History Attraction. 300 years of history makes the Henry Ford the #1 Michigan cultural vacation destination.
Spectacular 4-season destination with abundant outdoor recreation, sugar-sand beaches, great dining, wineries, brew pubs and unique boutiques and galleries all showcased in unparalleled natural beauty.
In a world that tries so hard to look and feel, like everything else, there is a place that knows exactly what it is--Ann Arbor.
The Gateway to the Inland Waterway, Cheboygan is your pure
passage to summer recreation. Boating, hiking, ATV riding and shipwreck diving
along with history and culture make Cheboygan northern Michigan’s summer secret.
From the beautiful historic homes and churches, the picturesque landscape to the quaint downtown shopping district, Tecumseh remains one of the last great examples of small town "America".
Take a tour of our State Capitol, explore our many museums or visit Old Town with its Victorian buildings, unique galleries, tasty eateries and quaint boutiques.
Situated on Lake Huron’s Thunder Bay, Alpena is a premier vacation destination for Great Lakes maritime heritage and recreation.
Come experience the Lake Effect along our 200-miles stretch of sandy Lake Michigan beaches.
This winter, take it outside and experience the best that winter has to offer, in a special place called Muskegon.
Michigan is home to more than 92 wineries situated within 14,600 acres of scenic vineyards.
The Sunrise Coast invites you to enjoy the simple pleasures in life, from Lake Huron to Iargo Springs and all along the mighty Michigan Au Sable River.
Sip an autumn craft beer while relaxing after an afternoon hike. Visit exotic animals grazing under the hazy fall sky. Whether for food, a leisurely stroll, or perhaps a little of everything, Battle Creek is the perfect spot to spend a fall day.
Just a short trip from anywhere, Cadillac is where you get that first ‘Up North feel’, the forests are bigger, the town more welcoming.
Where relaxation begins, South Haven is your own special summer haven. Experience its beach town history, maritime heritage, wineries, and numerous art galleries. South Haven will become your new summer tradition.
Step back in time to the Netherlands of 100 years ago.
Michigan’s Top of the World, Keweenaw Peninsula is your personal lookout to adventure. Visit a different beach every day, mountain bike, watch spectacular Northern Lights or kayak the same waters as ancient peoples. Keweenaw Peninsula is The Superior Coast.
Surrounded by four bodies of water, Lake Michigan, Lake Charlevoix, Round Lake, and Pine River Channel, make for a very extraordinary experience.
A great getaway alive with tales of mighty ships, mighty adventurers and the "Mighty Mac." Relive 18th century America at Colonial Michilimackinac, tour the Icebreaker Mackinaw, and take a Straits of Mackinac sunset cruise.
Welcome to Michigan’s little Bavaria. Where we find the simple joys of life and all the things that make time together so meaningful.
Home of the Manistee National Forest, championship golf, world class fishing and some of the best waterways in Michigan.
Welcome to Flint-Genesee, where up north meets down south, a place filled with discoveries and possibilities.
Leave the bottlenecks of your daily journeys behind, and set your sights to one of Michigan's most famous travel places.
With a unique location on the 45th parallel, the Alpine Village of Gaylord is truly northern Michigan’s heart.
Mt. Pleasant, the sweet center of Michigan is your entertainment destination this winter. Gaming, concerts, sports, outdoor fun and more.
Petoskey is beauty, charm and a touch of sophistication. Steeped in tradition offering visitors first-class recreation and abundant natural beauty, Petoskey is a summertime classic.
The Air Zoo is a highly charged, multi-sensory atmosphere that goes beyond anything you've ever seen.
Rolling fields of corn, wheat and soybeans, coupled with barns of chickens, pigs and cattle, all add to Michigan’s scenic and culinary landscape.
Come visit Marquette, situated on the southern shores of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula.
Cross the Mackinac Bridge and find yourself in the timeless town of St. Ignace. The gateway to the Upper Peninsula.
Mount Bohemia in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has the longest runs with the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest.
Detroit's uniquecollection of attractions, found nowhere else in the world, great sports and vibrant downtown add up to days and nights of fun and excitement.
Discover the Blue Water Area on the shores of Eastern Michigan.
Set in the middle of the U.S. Heritage Trail, Coldwater Country has a charming old-fashioned and appealing atmosphere.
Michigan’s Adventure, the largest amusement and water park in the state. Over 60 rides and attractions from thrill rides to kiddie rides a water park to action water rides.
A summer getaway above anything else, Escanaba is a natural paradise. Home to the Hiawatha National Forest, 6,000 acres of inland lakes, three peninsulas and hundreds of prime fishing spots, Escanaba will share its secrets with you.
Well above the 45th parallel, we find Sault Ste. Marie-the Soo-- a land of majestic wilderness and breathtaking shorelines.
Nestled along the shore of Lake Michigan and Silver Lake you’ll find massive sand dunes, perfect for beach buggies—with the only sand dunes in Michigan where you can drive your own ORV—and miles of pristine shoreline beaches.
Nowhere is the combination of big city energy and small town feel more evident than in Kalamazoo.
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