8 Digital Jigsaw Puzzles for Summer
Digital jigsaw puzzles created from photos in our July/August 2020 issue bring you a taste of summer in Midwest travel, gardens, home and food. Enjoy!
Our first-ever group of digital jigsaw puzzles was so popular that we’ve created new ones from our most recent issue. We hope you have fun with these, too!
You can complete the digital jigsaw puzzles on your computer (recommended) or phone by following the links below. You don’t need to sign in or sign up.
The puzzles come in varying levels of difficulty, but you can reset the number of pieces before you begin if you want your puzzle to be easier or harder.
Water Lilies—96 pieces
Water lilies are so romantic! With a large container, bricks and a nursery trip, you can create a miniature garden in an afternoon.
Sleeping Bear Dunes—35 pieces
Lake Michigan’s epic dunes are living mountains—shaped by wind, stitched together by plant roots and subtly changed each time we walk on them. Experience them at places like Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Minnesota Lake Home—60 pieces
Gorgeous vistas start at the front door of this Minnesota lakeside home—looking through the dining room and sunroom to the double doors that open to Lake Minnetonka.
Lake Shore Resort in Saugatuck—42 pieces
You can taste the glory of lakeside vacations at next-gen resorts across the Midwest, like Lake Shore Resort in Saugatuck, Michigan.
Frozen Cocktails—72 pieces
When summer’s doing that dog-days thing, quench your thirst with a frozen, fruity cocktail made in a zip-top bag, like Smoky Peach-Bourbon Slushie, Spiked Blue Lemonade Slushie and Rhu-Berry Gin Punch Slushie.
Beaver Island—24 pieces
Wherever you live in the Midwest, you can find a way to float in, swim through and chill out by a lake, river or creek. One of our faves: Beaver Island, Michigan.
Waterfall Garden—54 pieces
The sights and sounds of water tumbling over stones soothe the soul at an inspiring Midwest woodland garden.
Traverse City Cherries—80 pieces
Fruit stands dot the highways around Traverse City, Michigan, in summer—one way to enjoy the bounty of food that grows in the fertile country around Lake Michigan.