Raise a glass to the Great Lakes State’s fruit of the vine: April is Michigan Wine Month and the arrival of the new releases is something to salute.
Raise a glass to the Great Lakes State’s fruit of the vine: April is Michigan Wine Month, and the arrival of the new releases is something to salute.
Weary travelers have been resting their heads and finding nourishment at inns along Michigan roads and highways since the early 1800s. Some of these historic establishments still welcome guests for an overnight stay, a satisfying meal and a refreshing beverage.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and with it comes an abundance of holiday events and activities all across the state for the entire family to enjoy
Experience a magical bygone era when romanticism and opulence reigned and life seemed stress-free and delightfully perfect—a place where the smell of fudge swells the air and horses and buggies seem more natural than a cell phone or an iPod.
For most, memories of Michigan’s crown jewel, Mackinac Island, include warm sunny days strolling along Main Street, the clip clop of horses taking visitors from around the world to the various attractions on the island.
April is Wine Month in Michigan and the return of warm weather and greening of the vineyards is something to celebrate. The Great Lake State’s fast growing industry produces not only award-winning wine but wonderful experiences for enjoying the fruit of the vine at more than 70 wineries in scenic spots in both the Lower and Upper Peninsulas.
The sound of waves and freighters are showcased amidst the ever present clip clop of horses.
Set majestically between the two peninsulas is Michigan’s crown jewel, Mackinac Island. Named one of the Top 10 Islands in the World by Condé Nast Traveler this picturesque destination is one of Michigan’s most unique tourist destinations and the one destination where it pays to leave your watch at home.
Ancient glaciers carved the deep clear lakes and dramatic hills that give golf in Traverse City its breathtaking natural setting, but the finishing touches on its 18 golf courses were added by some of the nation’s most talented architects.
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