The amazing variety of colors in the waters around Traverse City is caused by sunlight reflecting up from the sandy bottom through the crystal-clear water. And the beaches here are almost entirely made of fine “sugar sand” that glows with a tawny fire under the summer sun – perfect for sunbathing, beachcombing and swimming.
Enjoy the state's second largest city, great summer events and unusual destinations.There’s so much to see in West Central Michigan with just one tank of gas!
The countdown to fall color is on as Michigan’s 19.3 million acres of forests prepare to reveal their annual extravaganza. And, like the best things in life, the dazzling display is offered free of charge.
In its third year, ArtPrize is a 19-day art show that draws artists from around the country to exhibit their art at specific venues in the Grand Rapids area. Cast your vote to see who wins the grand ArtPrize.
This summer, commemorate the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War with a visit to The Henry Ford , America’s Greatest History Attraction.
Join us for this historic and memorable occasion to see one of the landmarks of American history.
Country lanes, lazy streams, Victorian streetscapes and Amish treasures—Southwestern Michigan is a mecca for nostalgia, wholesome living and plain pleasures.
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
If your kids are on a school holiday, you’ve got a day off work, or you and your sweetheart are looking for a romantic getaway, Michigan offers plenty of possibilities for fun, indoors and out.
Celebrate Black History Month with lectures, museum exhibits, performances, hands-on activities, tours and great ethnic dishes.
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