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From Duluth northeast to Canada, Minnesota's North Shore takes visitors past inland mountains, wave-battered cliffs, and a wide expanse of stormy, enchanting and utterly massive Lake Superior.
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Things to do in Minnesota's North Woods include Voyageurs National Park, Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, North American Bear Center and Soudan Underground Mine State Park.
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Minnesota's Detroit Lakes region keeps it old-school with wonderfully lost-in-time resorts that lure families back for generations.
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Lush forests and lakes of all sizes draw vacationers to communities such as Brainerd, Detroit Lakes and Bemidji.
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Feed your need for arts and culture in the Twin Cities, or connect with the great outdoors along one of many wooded lakes.
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The UP has four-seasons of getaways - for those seeking adventure or peace.
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Things to do in Michigan's Traverse Area include Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, National Cherry Festival, Beaver Island, wineries and Clinch Park Beach.
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Almost every traveler finds a vacation to suit them in the small towns surrounding Little Traverse Bay: Petoskey, Charlevoix, Harbor Springs and Boyne City.
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Wilderness reigns supreme and serene at one of the best-kept secrets in our national park system.
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A ferry ride across Lake Michigan ends at an island as relaxed as any in the Caribbean.

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