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You've probably heard of Kalamazoo and its famous Air Zoo. But if you venture farther off I-94, you'll also find shopping, festivals and food to fill a fun weekend in this Michigan college...
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The shore towns west of Grand Rapids—including Grand Haven, Holland, Ludington and Muskegon—have Dutch heritage and pretty boardwalks.
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Each fall, Grand Rapids’ ArtPrize is part art walk, part city tour and entirely vacation-worthy.
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Michigan’s Little Bavaria (population: 4,900) draws visitors with old-world atmosphere, festivals, shops and family style chicken dinners.
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If a summer storm washes out your plans, head to one of the region’s indoor water parks for an easy escape. Here are 5 of our favorites.
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Savor a little European flavor in the Lake Michigan shore town of Holland, Michigan—no passport required.
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New Buffalo, St. Joseph and Benton Harbor (90 minutes east of Chicago) welcome visitors with pristine beaches, great shopping, lakeside restaurants and a front-row view of sunsets over Lake Michigan...
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Enjoy the Midwest's growing wine scene with a scenic drive or overnight stay in one of the region's thriving wine areas.
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Whether you go storm-chasing, bread-baking, schooner-sailing or cattle-driving, you'll come home with stories your friends can't wait to hear.
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Each May, the Dutch-theme Tulip Time festival blooms in Pella, Iowa, one of many Midwest towns throwing huge street parties to greet spring—and you're invited!

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