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If you've only been to Michigan's Mackinac region during the summer (or never been there at all), you owe yourself a fall trip. You'll find the best seats on ferries, prime lakeside...
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Wilderness reigns supreme and serene at one of the best-kept secrets in our national park system.
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Arts and culture are grabbing some of the spotlight in the sports-focused home of the Indianapolis 500 and famous speedway.
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Years after the film's release, the setting for Groundhog Day still rocks with small-town charm.
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Springfield is home to many sites important to the days when Abraham Lincoln lived and worked here, plus an impressive presidential museum and other attractions.
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Want to squeeze one more Chicago sight into your day? These spots promise memorable visits in just 60 quick minutes.
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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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Iowa's capital city, Des Moines, has emerged as one of the region's most energetic midsize cities.

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