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Michigan Waterfalls: 31 Must-See Waterfalls

What is so special about a Pure Michigan waterfall?

It’s the white, foamy crests that dive up and down through the river’s steady flow.

It’s the rush of water as it tumbles in translucent curtains down the falls.

It’s the adventure to find them and the resounding roar you hear before you even catch a glimpse.

That’s why we’re excited. That’s why we love Michigan waterfalls.

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Lake Michigan Lighthouses Guide

With over 115 lighthouses, Michigan is home to more lighthouses than any other state – and nearly half are found on the Lake Michigan coast.

Even just along the Lake Michigan shoreline, you’ll find lighthouses of all kinds, ranging from bold red pierhead lights, tall columns that tower over the sandy beaches they guard, and even ones with keeper quarters attached (some of which are available for stays).

Read on to learn more about these mysterious landmarks – some of which are even listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Charlevoix Michigan Travel Guide: Best Things to DO

Information about ADA-Compliant, Dog-friendly and family-friendly beaches in Charlevoix and Petoskey and Harbor Springs and activities for visitors. Find information about Lake Michigan and Little Traverse Bay beach activities and beach amenities in Charlevoix and Petoskey and Harbor Springs. Information about hotels, cottages and other lodging accommodations in Charlevoix and Petoskey and Harbor Springs. Information about where to eat and dining options in Charlevoix and Petoskey and Harbor Springs. Find information about recreational activities in the Charlevoix and Petoskey and Harbor Springs as well activities for visitors such as Kayaking, Hiking and Biking and more.

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15 Beautiful Michigan Birds: Get to Know the Michigan Backyard Birds

We all know that birds fly south for the winter, right? Sure, some birds migrate, but not all of them. Keep your feeder stocked with mixed seed this winter in Michigan, and you’ll be surprised how many backyard birds will visit bird feeders for nourishment.

The winter season is a perfect time bird watching, both in the upper peninsula and lower peninsula. There’s a wide variety of common backyard birds visiting feeders in Michigan in winter. Learn to identify the types of birds and what the birds eat to start attracting birds to your yard.

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