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Lighthouses, state parks, charter fishing, scenic drives and shipwreck tours attract travelers to Lake Huron, the second-largest of the Great Lakes, on the Sunrise Side of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula...
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Cider, chestnuts, pines and a parade fill an old-fashioned holiday weekend in Manistee.
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A trolley connects the capital (population: 115,000) to East Lansing, home of Michigan State University.
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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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Visit the Pioneer Wine Trail in the Irish Hills region between Ann Arbor and Lansing — or try a beach vacation in Lexington or a jazzy weekend in Monroe.
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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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Explore the culinary heritage and delectable riches of Wisconsin or Michigan by spending a weekend on one of our food tours.