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We get it: People who love to spend their days biking, hiking and kayaking might not think of Detroit as the ultimate place for a Midwest weekend getaway. But our list shows why this embattled city...
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Cider, chestnuts, pines and a parade fill an old-fashioned holiday weekend in Manistee.
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Minor-league baseball scores fans with a newly renovated stadium in the heart of the capital city, steps from the restored Capitol building and spots for tasting and toasting. A trolley connects the...
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Though vacationers flock here in summer, the Sunrise Coast of the Lower Peninsula along US-23 always has a laid-back feel.
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Chelsea (population: 4,900), one hour west of Detroit, is full of local pride. Independent businesses line the main drag, restaurants serve locally raised food, and its signature Purple Rose Theatre...
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With rehabbed historical districts, shopping and restaurants on both sides of the Saginaw River, Bay City (population: 36,800) exudes a lively urban river-town feel.
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Connect to this major metro's energy during rides on The People Mover, Pure Detroit’s free walking tours, Comerica Park's ball games or a stroll along the RiverWalk. Check out our tips on...
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Paddleboarding, biking, sailing and dune-climbing are just some of the things to do in the Traverse City area. Wineries, high-end restaurants and activity-filled resorts keep days busy, too. Check...
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Pretty small towns, sandy beaches and rolling dunes await visitors to the southeast side of Lake Michigan.
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The Motor City is rising again, and we don’t just mean automakers. Meet a few of the entrepreneurs helping to put Detroit back on its feet—and serving some great drinks and dishes in the process.

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