Discover America’s Greatest History Attraction. 300 years of history makes the Henry Ford the #1 Michigan cultural vacation destination.
Mackinac Island takes you back to a simpler era of grace and leisure. As summer draws to a close, the sounds of the ferries begin to fade. But for the fall traveler, it’s an opportunity to experience the Island through a kaleidoscope of autumn color.
Traverse City is True North. Climb to the top of Sleeping Bear Dunes, voted the “Most Beautiful Place in America” by Good Morning America viewers, to watch an Indian summer sunset.
Where art challenges the mind and trying a new taste is always on the menu, Ann Arbor does it up different.
Getaway to the Michigan Great Lakes Bay region towns of Bay City, Birch Run, Chesaning, Frankenmuth, Midland and Saginaw. We know how to have fun—so stay and play among the autumn leaves in a place that invites you to let your hair down.
What’s the appeal of Lonely Planet’s 2014 top travel pick? The most vibrant downtown between Chicago and Cleveland with easy access to Lake Michigan's Gold Coast of beaches.
In Gaylord, it’s all outdoors. Surrounded by rolling hills and unspoiled forests, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy fall’s fiery show.
There's nothing like snacking on a crisp autumn apple, enjoying a lush pear, carving a craggy face on a Halloween pumpkin, or enjoying grilling juicy steaks and pork chops on a fall afternoon.
The gateway to the Upper Peninsula, renew your spirit in St. Ignace where you’ll witness colors that didn't come from a paint can.
South Haven is where your fall relaxation begins. Feel the crisp breeze as you leisurely walk the pier of the often-photographed historic lighthouse.
Charlevoix is the “up north” vacation you remember. Surrounded by four bodies of water, you’ll enjoy refreshing fall breezes under relaxing warm skies.
The Escanaba Area is a fall getaway above anything else. Relax and refuel surrounded by the color kaleidoscope of northern hardwoods.
Step off the grid and into a Victorian port city where fall sunsets come in colors we didn’t know existed.
When Mother Nature made her master plan, she surely intended Northern Michigan to be America's Golf Capital.
Stop by Frankenmuth where you’re always “Willkommen.” Michigan’s Little Bavaria, it’s a place where horse-drawn carriages stride through fall foliage and covered bridges.
Laidback, crisp fall days are still primetime for Michigan’s Beachtowns. So dig into the sand--experience autumn’s lake effect along 200 miles of Lake Michigan beaches.
Fuji, Honeycrisp, McIntosh. By any name, delicious. Taste fall--crunch into a crisp Michigan apple.
Fall in love with Holland. “Go Dutch”--share the wind, share the stories and share the memories.
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