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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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Spectacular views, small-town museums, ghostly mines and lighthouses greet travelers on the Keweenaw Peninsula.
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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. See our trip guide for ideas on...
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Revel in nature, set off on an active adventure and explore maritime heritage in the land north of Michigan's Mackinac Bridge—the UP. Popular destinations include Pictured Rocks National...
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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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Dutch heritage provides this lakeside town with its name and many of its top attractions, including the annual Tulip Time Festival, Windmill Island Gardens and Veldheer Tulip Gardens.
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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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Savor a little European flavor in the Lake Michigan shore town of Holland, Michigan—no passport required.
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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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