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Whether you’re interested in experimenting with IPAs and sours, perfecting your cheese pairings or dialing in your game of one-handed corn hole, these spring beer festivals are the perfect cure for...
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Experience lighthouse life during a visit to almost any of Michigan’s 129 historic beacons. Some even let you live like a keeper with an overnight stay!
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Don’t let their tiny populations fool you. The little hamlets of Copper Harbor, Northport, Saugatuck, Drummond Island and Lexington are big on fun.
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Assemble an ideal itinerary for your family—an afternoon, a day or a full weekend—at three fun-for-all spots around Michigan: the Mackinac Island area, Ford Motor Company attractions in Dearborn and...
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Midwest travelers may know Grand Haven best for its warm summer beach days, but winter brings its own kind of fun: A ski hill, a snowy lighthouse, a winter run, fat-tire biking, cross-country skiing...
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This New Year’s Eve, you could watch the good ol’ ball plummet again. Or you could ring in 2019 at a gathering that drops something quirkier.
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On Michigan’s epic M-22 highway, fall color doesn’t stop at the tree line. You can find it in a vineyard’s fruit, the lake’s sparkle or even below a river’s surface.
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Eastern Michigan’s Lake Huron shore has your fall adventure covered, whether you’re craving nature, history—or even ghosts.
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Nature and culture commingle during a fall weekend of gallery hopping, boutique shopping and eye-popping fall color in Harbor Springs, Petoskey and Charlevoix, strung along Little Traverse Bay.
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Home of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (population 120,000) brims with trendy bars and restaurants, cultural offerings, and picturesque nature trails and waterways—all just 45 miles from...

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