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Detroit Zoo Guide 2022: 15 TOP Things to See

Since the 1920s the Detroit Zoo has inspired wonder and captured the imaginations of its visitors. This massive family attraction sits on over 100 acres of land that is suited to the natural habitats of all its animal residents – including more than 2,400 animals across 235 species.

Because of its size, the Detroit Zoo is able to proudly host more than 1.5 million visitors annually while maintaining the core values of its mission, including conservation, education, and zoological innovation.

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Michigan Coffee Shops 2022: 10+ FAVORITE Spots for a Perfect Cup

The Perfect Cup

What is it that makes a coffee shop good? Is it purely about the roasts, or is there something more which draws you in? Perhaps it’s a decor that makes you feel at home or helpful staff with a passion for flavorful coffee. For most, a combination of these aspects are what determines a great coffee shop. We think these coffee shops in Michigan check all the boxes, from a friendly atmosphere, cozy clean environments, and some of the best coffee selections in the state.

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Oscoda Michigan Travel Guide

Discover the BEST Lake Huron beaches in Oscoda, Harrisville and Greenbush, MI | Find ADA and Wheelchair-friendly beaches at beautiful Oscoda Beach Park and Harrisville State Park | Plan a vacation to Oscoda, MI, and the beautiful Lake Huron Sunrise Side | AuSable Canoe Marathon | Find cottage and beach vacation rentals in Oscoda, Harrisville and Greenbush, MI | Visit Lake Huron Beach towns

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Best ADA-Accessible Hiking and Bike Trails in Michigan | MI State Park Track Wheelchairs

Accessibility to Michigan’s freshwater coast is abundant throughout the state. Many prepped and paved trails are easily accessible to users of wheelchairs and other mobility devices. In addition, through the generous donations of foundations like Kali’s Cure, track wheelchairs are available at many Michigan State Park locations throughout the state. These off-road, electronic chairs can easily handle trails, snow, sand and even up to eight inches of water, allowing users to explore areas of the parks where traditional wheelchairs might not be able to go. They are available for rent on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Tahquamenon Falls Ultimate Travel Guide (2022)

If you’re a Michigan travel buff, you’ve definitely heard of the Tahquamenon Falls before. If you’re not, then you’re in for a treat: Tahquamenon Falls is one of Michigan’s most-visited spots, and with good reason. It’s pure Michigan beauty at its natural best, and its practically free: all you need is a Michigan state park pass.

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Detroit RiverWalk Guide: Riverfront Trail

By day, it is thriving with the innovative spirit of Detroit, MI, and by night, it turns into a stunning waterfront view of the lit-up city.

The Detroit Riverwalk stretches out for three and a half miles along the Detroit River, stretching from the Joe Louis Arena to Gabriel Richard park. The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy has been working hard to transform the riverfront into a place for family, tourism, and unique Detroit experiences.

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Best Take Out in Detroit Area:

Despite these unique challenges the varietal restaurants of southeast Michigan have been persevering through the difficulties, getting creative and making it work the way Detroiters know how. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite local Southeast Michigan restaurants – including a variety of places that reflect the diverse food selection in this corner of our beloved mitten.

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