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In Michigan you are never more than six miles from a body of water and 85 miles from a Great Lake. With 3,200 miles of freshwater coastline touching the Great Lakes of Erie, Huron, Superior and Michigan there are plenty of great beaches to relax in the summer sun, or to head out for swimming, boating, fishing and other water adventures.

Ice Hikes

For the next several months, the nearest Great Lake offers a gallery of some of nature's greatest ice sculptures

Things to do at the Sleeping Bear Dunes

What’s there to do at Sleeping Bear other than run up and down the dunes? We have some suggestions for you!

Barefoot Getaways

Aah, the beach—Michigan has some of the best anywhere! Come along to Great Lakes towns where you can walk from main streets to irresistible stretches of sand. Build sand castles, splash in the surf, skip stones, or read a novel beneath a rippling umbrella.

Michigan's Great Lakes

Michigan is the land of the inland seas -- The waters of Michigan's Great Lakes lap against 3,200 miles of Michigan coastline onto sandy beaches and rocky shores, dotted with more than 100 public beaches, and two National Lakeshores.

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