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Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Ernest Hemingway were among the first to visit the North Branch Outing Club on the banks of Michigan's legendary fly-fishing river, the Au Sable. Today, the club...
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Sault Ste. Marie, often called The Soo, celebrates its status as Michigan’s oldest city with historic attractions, river excursions and the maritime engineering marvel of the Soo Locks.
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Come for the sand and surf. Stay for the charms of these eight Lake Michigan towns, filled with art, food, shopping and history.
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A trio of outstanding art museums (16 Hands Gallery, Ann Arbor Art Center, University of Michigan Museum of Art), the continent's biggest stadium, paprikash from Amadeus restaurant, nearly a...
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Grand Haven's beach, lighthouse, musical fountain, Wind Dancer boat ride and lakefront grub make this town a must-stop along the Lake Michigan shore.
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Explore a lumberjack's mansions, carve a path across the sand dunes, ride a roller coaster, go for gold on the luge chute, and get out on the water on two historic Navy vessels.
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Relax on pristine beaches, take a sail on a replica tall ship, walk out to a lighthouse and explore maritime history in this Lake Michigan shore town.
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Oval Beach, Mount Baldhead, Saugatuck Dune Rides and Saugatuck Dunes State Park draw visitors to this town on the Lake Michigan shore.
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Silver Beach County Park, the Curious Kids' Museum and the Box Factory for the Arts are just some of the top things to do in St. Joseph.
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Just outside Detroit, all is calm at Greenfield Village’s Holiday Nights event, held each weekend throughout the holiday season.

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