Mackinac Island

The magnificent island bearing the same name, located in the dazzling Straits of Mackinac, which divide Lake Michigan from Lake Huron, has long been a well-liked vacation spot.


Detroit, the second-largest city in the Midwest after Chicago, is a significant cultural hub that has long been praised for its contributions to music, art, and architecture.

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, one of the most well-known and scenic tourist destinations in the state, is situated in the northwest of Michigan's Lower Peninsula.

 Grand Rapid

Grand Rapids, the second-largest city in the state, is located on the banks of the Grand River in the western part of Michigan.

Traverse City

Traverse City, which is situated in Michigan's Lower Peninsula, is tucked away at the end of Grand Traverse Bay's lengthy, natural harbour.

Isle Royale National Park

This incredibly wild national park is located in the northwest of Lake Superior, right on the Canadian border, and includes not just Isle Royale but also hundreds of small islets and the waterways surrounding them.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Pictured Rocks, the nation's first National Lakeshore, is situated along the Upper Peninsula's stunning Lake Superior shoreline.

Saugatuck & Dougla

The twin communities of Saugatuck and Douglas, which are close to Lake Michigan and the mouth of the Kalamazoo River, are located immediately south of Holland.


The diminutive city of Holland is located on the Lower Peninsula, close to Grand Rapids, and is situated on the picturesque shores of Lake Michigan.

Tahquamenon Falls State Park

Tahquamenon Falls State Park, located in the pristine Upper Peninsula of Michigan, is centred around the magnificent waterfalls that bear its name.