Taking the train to Michigan from Chicago is an easy and ideal means of transportation. Riding the railways from the west is easier than you would think. The Wolverine Service, Blue Water, and Pere Marquette lines will take you to some of Michigan’s most sought after destinations. Enjoy quick check-ins, roomy seating, and beautiful scenery as you glide along the rails from west to east. 

Visitors from Chicago can take the Wolverine Line, which will lead you through Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Jackson, Detroit, Pontiac, and intermediate stations. The Blue Water line leaves from Chicago and travels to Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, East Lansing, Port Huron, and intermediate stations. Lastly, the Pere Marquette line will take Chicago travelers to St. Joseph, Holland, Grand Rapids, and intermediate stations. 

These service lines will help Chicago train-takers enjoy Bell’s Brewery in Kalamazoo, the Tulip Time Festival in Holland, the State Capitol near East Lansing, Beer City USA in Grand Rapids, and historic Detroit. 

There are so many Pure Michigan experiences to be had via Amtrak train. Additional stations can be found in Albion, Ann Arbor, Bangor, Dearborn, Dowagiac, Durand, Flint, Lapeer, Royal Oak, Troy, and more.
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