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Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park

In spring, summer and fall, swim and picnic at sugar sand beaches; canoe, kayak or tube on crystal-clear streams; or, simply let the day slip away with a late summer sunset. Wintertime provides a much different view. Snowshoe, cross country or downhill ski, snowboard or venture into the wilderness. Climb the big dune at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park

Mackinac Island

The first thing you will notice when you step foot onto our beautiful Island is the absence of automobiles. The quaint village ambiance filled with the soft clopping of horses. Just like yesteryear, you’ll get around by foot, bike, horseback or horse-drawn carriage. Dock porters at the ferry lines will usher your luggage to your final destination. Spend the day at Mackinac Island.

Comerica Park

The Detroit Tigers are a Major League Baseball team located in Detroit, Michigan. One of the American League’s eight charter franchises, the club was founded in Detroit in 1894 as part of the Western League. Catch a Tigers game at Comerica Park.

Copper Mine Tour in the U.P.

quincy-mine-300×169 (1)“Come on UP and GO DOWN UNDER” Go inside a real copper mine. Tour the world’s largest steam hoist. Shop online for great gift items. We’re located in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula, just minutes away from the Keweenaw Historical National Park in Calumet, Michigan. Take a Copper Mine Tour in the U.P.

Fort Michilimackinac

Treasures from the past come to life at this 18th-century fort and fur trading village. Reconstructed based on historic maps and more than 50 years of archaeological excavations that continue today, Colonial Michilimackinac offers a one-of-a-kind experience from cannon and musket firings to hearth cooking and crafts. Visit Fort Michilimackinac with your kids.

Lake Michigan

Michigan BeachtownsTM along the west Michigan Lakeshore, offer a relaxing , carefree getaway with miles of sandy Lake Michigan beaches, exciting attractions, fun events and fantastic sunsets. Experience our “singing sands”, a unique phenomenon only to the Lake Michigan beaches. Go for a swim in Lake Michigan.

Michigan Camping

The Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds and its members. ARVC Michigan strives for continued year-to-year accuracy and quality Michigan camping. Our members meet regularly to discover ways in which Michigan camping can continue to provide improved service and facilities in Michigan… Go camping at one of the numerous state or private campgrounds.

The Cascades in Jackson

Located on Warren Avenue, this park occupies 465 acres and contains the illuminated Cascades, a giant waterfall and six fountains over which water tumbles in continually changing patterns. There also is a small museum depicting the history of Cascades Falls, two golf courses, a picnic area, and lagoons. Take the family and watch the synchronized musical fountains of The Cascades in Jackson.

Castle Rock in St. Ignace

Rises almost 200′ above the surrounding area like an ancient castle of the middle ages. Excellent view of Mackinac Island, Lake Huron and the surrounding area. Take your picture alongside Paul Bunyan and Babe, his blue ox. Although Castle Rock itself is not handicap accessible, the gift shop below is. Climb Castle Rock in St. Ignace. Take the family and watch the synchronized musical fountains of The Cascades in Jackson.

Valley Camp Ship Museum

Rises almost 200′ above the surrounding area like an ancient castle of the middle ages. Excellent view of Mackinac Island, Lake Huron and the surrounding area. Take your picture alongside Paul Bunyan and Babe, his blue ox. Although Castle Rock itself is not handicap accessible, the gift shop below is. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Porcupine Mountains

Find four seasons of scenery, wilderness adventure and relaxation in the Porcupine Mountains and the communities in Ontonagon County. See hundreds of spectacular waterfalls. Go beachcombing for colorful stones and agates along 21 miles of pristine beaches. Paddle your sea kayak over crystal clear waters along Lake Superior’s sculpted shores or canoe the winding Ontonagon River. Take a hike in the Porkies – The Porcupine Mountains. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Cherry Hut

The Cherry Hut was established as a roadside pie stand in 1922. The Kraker family used it as a means to distribute homemade cherry pies made from fresh cherries out of their orchard. Later, in 1937, the Cherry Hut moved to its present day location on US 31 in Beulah, MI. Throughout its long history the Cherry Hut has always been known for its homemade pies and jams. Get your fill at The Cherry Hut in Beulah, Michigan. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Valley Camp Ship Museum

Saugatuck Michigan has one of the oldest hand-cranked chain ferries in America. It operates only in the summer and is takes visitors across the Kalamazoo River by an operator hand-cranking it along a chain that stretches across the river. The Star of Saugatuck is an old fashioned stern wheeler that shuttles passengers on tours of the river and along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Passengers can see cottages, extravagant homes, forests, wetlands and a panorama of dunes. Cross the Kalamazoo River in Saugatuck via one of the oldest hand-cranked chain ferries. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

S.S. Badger Car Ferry

The S.S. Badger offers the largest cross-lake passenger service on the Great Lakes and an authentic steamship experience. The relaxing four-hour, 60-mile cruise takes passengers, autos, RVs, tour buses, motorcycles, bicycles, and commercial trucks across Lake Michigan. Ride the S.S. Badger Car Ferry from Ludington to Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Henry Ford & Greenfield Village

With a rich and diverse offering of exhibits, demonstrations, programs and reenactments, The Henry Ford celebrates yesterday’s traditions as well as today’s innovations. Five distinct attractions at The Henry Ford captivate and inspire visitors of all ages. Visit The Henry Ford and Greenfield Village Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast

High atop a cliff jutting into the clear, deep waters of Lake Superior, the Big Bay Point Lighthouse beckons adults in search of a secluded retreat from modern life. This unique bed-and-breakfast inn is one of the few surviving resident lighthouses in the country and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Stay the night at a working lighthouse on Lake Superior – Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Michigan’s Adventure

Grab a tube and enjoy the twists and turns of Cyclone Zone while venturing towards the splash pool or the Lazy River. It’s the perfect size amusement park for young families. You get all of the rides plus their huge waterpark for one admission fee. Spend a day at Michigan’s Adventure. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Frankenmuth

There are a great number of things for you and your family to do in Frankenmuth. With festivities year round, the town welcomes visitors with Bavarian hospitality regardless of the season. Whether it’s a day trip for the family or a weekend retreat with friends, Frankenmuth is the perfect destination to recharge, renew and refresh. Get all Bavarian up in Frankenmuth. Spend a day at Michigan’s Adventure. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Mac Wood’s Dune Ride

A Mac Wood’s Dune Ride is a thrilling experience! To climb to the summit and see spread in all directions such a vast panorama is breathtaking! Glide down the sweeps into the valleys, drive past sparkling Silver Lake, and visit Lake Michigan’s lovely beach! Spend a day at Michigan’s Adventure. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Michigan Zoo's

If you and your family are planning a trip to Michigan and looking for activities that all can enjoy, consider visiting one of the state’s many zoos. John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids, Binder Park Zoo in Battle Creek, Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, the Detroit Zoo, and Kalamazoo (not a zoo, but still a fun town!). Spend a day at Michigan’s Adventure. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Air Zoo

Voted the “Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners” and “Best Place to Spend a Day with Your Family” three years in a row, the Air Zoo features amusement park-style rides, Full-Motion Flight Simulators, RealD 3D/4D Missions Theater, as well as more than 50 rare and historic aircraft, plus exhibits and educational activities. While you are in Kalamazoo, how about the Air Zoo! Spend a day at Michigan’s Adventure. Tour the Valley Camp Ship museum in Sault Saint Marie.

Oswald’s Bear Ranch

Oswald’s Bear Ranch has 4 habitats that allow visitors to explore the perimeters and view these great live roaming bears. Platforms allow visitors to have a barrier free view of the bears. This is a great place to bring the family.Want to see some Michigan black bears up close, but not be in any danger?

Indoor Water Parks

Michigan is currently home to seven indoor water park hotels. Michigan is a perfect fit for indoor water parks since we have such a brief time frame for swimming outdoors. Stay at one of Michigan’s numerous Indoor Water Park Hotels.