No matter what your interests are – the great outdoors, shopping, dining, museums, or other unique attractions – you’ll find something to do in Michigan. The northern state’s famous attractions include the Pictured Rocks, Sleeping Bear Dunes, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, and Hitsville USA and are absolutely unique.

Go Hiking

Discover endless opportunities for recreation along one of Michigan’s beautiful, landmark trails. When your stomach starts growling, head to a local restaurant offering simple culinary delights and seasonal specialties.

Michigan has attracted tourists for its stunning natural beauty for centuries. Ever since cars arrived in this part of the world, the scenic drives have tempted road trippers from across the US. The state nestles between four Great Lakes, dotted with thousands of lakes and inland waterways and crisscrossed by a mind-blowing 111 Natural Beauty Roads. It’s no wonder they call it the Great Lakes State! It’s the cream of the crop when it comes to memorable scenic drives.

Tour the Historic Travel Routes

Admittedly, Michigan is most beautiful in the fall – that’s when the foliage delights. However, it’s a destination year-round. Whether you prefer to ride in a truck, RV, or the family SUV, the colors of the Great Lakes State will dazzle you. The fall is perfect for getting off the highway and exploring the back roads.

Visit a Water Park

Michigan’s water parks guarantee a good time for the whole family with indoor and outdoor offerings year-round. Whether it’s lounging along a lazy river, racing down a slide, or a splash in the shallows with the bundles of joy, nothing makes for family bonding like a Michigan water park adventure.

In the summer, the outdoor parks offer solace from the heat, and in winter, the indoor parks are the perfect place to keep warm.