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When the high-season crowds vanish and nature’s best show arrives, northeast Michigan’s winding rivers, inland lakes and deep woods provide the perfect playground for paddlers, hikers and leaf...
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The M-22 highway traces the shore up from Manistee, around the Leelanau Peninsula, then back down to Traverse City—116 gorgeous miles in all.
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Our readers' pick for favorite fall drive? Michigan's M-119, known as the Tunnel of Trees.
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The 1,200-mile Lake Superior Circle Tour through Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ontario leads to unmatched Great Lakes scenery, interesting people, lighthouses, cool towns, local food, inns and...
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Spectacular views, small-town museums, ghostly mines and lighthouses greet travelers on the Keweenaw Peninsula.
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Michigan’s Upper Peninsula boasts shoreline on three of the five Great Lakes (Huron, Michigan and Superior), plus dense forests and even a small mountain range (the Porcupine Mountains). These...
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A ferry ride beyond the history-rich tip of Michigan’s lower peninsula, the famously Victorian and car-free Mackinac Island continues to lure generations of travelers.
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Revel in nature, set off on an active adventure and explore maritime heritage in the land north of the Mackinac Bridge—the UP.
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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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