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Minnesota's Detroit Lakes region keeps it old-school with wonderfully lost-in-time resorts that lure families back for generations.
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Lush forests and lakes of all sizes draw vacationers to communities such as Brainerd, Detroit Lakes and Bemidji.
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Feed your need for arts and culture in the Twin Cities, or connect with the great outdoors along one of many wooded lakes.
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Things to do in Detroit include The Henry Ford, Comerica Park, Eastern Market, and Detroit Institute of Arts.
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Gardens, art museums, historical sites, even the "Field of Dreams"--they're all free in Iowa.
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Sixty miles southwest of Chicago, a tallgrass prairie is springing to life, bringing back the landscape that once rolled over the Midwest like an ocean.
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The next time you're in the Midwest's biggest city, treat yourself to a day in three neighborhoods rich with culture, personality and amazing restaurants.
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Take a walking tour of Chicago, learn about John Deere's life and visit Abraham Lincoln's home in Springfield -- all free!
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Where do Midwest Living's readers love to vacation? Here are 15 favorites -- and why our readers love them.

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