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Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a top Michigan travel destination featuring popular tourist attractions such as Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Tahquamenon falls, Kitch-Iti-Kipi, Michigan’s Big Spring, Marquette, Presque Isle Park, Keweenaw Peninsula, Copper Harbor, Iron Mountain, Sault Ste. Marie and many more.

Train Rides in Michigan: 12 Best Scenic Train Trips)

Have you taken any train rides in Michigan lately?

With all the picturesque places across Michigan, it’s hard to plan out just how you’re going to see all the natural beauty in the state.

You could drive, but the views from the highway are often obstructed and less immersive than you might have hoped for.

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May Michigan Event Calendar (2022): BEST Things to Do in May in Michigan

In May, Michigan officially welcomes spring with open arms. A swath of green covers the state as trees bloom in full. Farm markets pop up again and offer local foods for fair prices and locals get out to explore a nature preserve or find other fun events in Michigan. 

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BEST Michigan Beach Towns (2022): Your Ultimate Guide to FUN

We ALL agree that Michigan beaches are amazing…but have you heard about our Michigan Beach Towns?

We’re talking about those spots just beyond the sparkling water and sandy beaches where you’ll find food, fun and memories…and if you’re lucky perhaps a glass of wine or craft beer and something fun to take home with you.

The very best beachtowns combine a little bit of everything: proximity to sparkling sand and surf; a walkable downtown area with plenty of fun shops and boutiques to browse and pick up a trinket or two; comfortable benches and/or a park to rest a bit; and some good restaurants or cafes to sample the local food.

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2022 Michigan Fall Color Map (UPDATED Latest Info)

We’ve got some great news for Michigan fall leaf-peepers: an unseasonably warm September and early October has extended the color change in Michigan.

That means even MORE time for you to get out and see some of the spectacular, vibrant colors as the leaves continue to turn from green to brilliant reds, yellows, and golds… and find them in peak conditions.

Temperatures – which play a factor on the foliage color change – are predicted to be in near 80 degrees in some parts of Michigan the second week of October, which is very rare.

We’ve been out scouring the state, and discovered first-hand that the color change is just now getting started in Michigan’s northern peninsula

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It’s America’s summer place: a mix of Victorian charm; sweet chocolate fudge; rich history and pure northern Michigan magic.

It’s Mackinac Island, a seaside resort and crown jewel of Michigan tourism that sits quite majestically at the tip of the Michigan mitten (also known as the lower peninsula).

Visitors to the island aboard a Mackinac Island ferry can’t help but be awed by the island’s beauty, especially once the wide white façade of the Grand Hotel comes into view.

A vacation destination for travelers from across the world, this national historic landmark is a must on your vacation bucket list for a day-trip; weekend getaway or extended vacation.

The island is also the Governor’s summer residence, so you’re in good company if you decide to visit then.


Best Things to Do in Marquette MI

We’re going to give to you straight: you can watch as many videos and read as many articles about visiting Marquette as you like, but the true Marquette can only be fully realized firsthand. It’s just THAT beautiful, and we love it. Luckily, you have found us, and we will not only fuel that burning wanderlust but give you everything you need for an amazing trip to Marquette Michigan.

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