Whether you are an urban adventurer or an outdoor enthusiast, a foodie or a thrill-seeker, traveling with your family or making memories with friends—all are welcome in Michigan. Hit the trails and discover endless opportunities for recreation. When it’s time for a break head to a local brewery or winery and taste the local fare at local eateries. Grab a one-of-a kind piece of art or the perfect souvenir at local galleries, shops and markets in towns both big and small. Are you ready to go?
Belle Isle Park
Belle Isle Park is a 982 acre island park in Detroit, MI, developed in the late 19th century. It consists of Belle Isle, an island in the Detroit River as well as several surrounding inlets.
In addition to its beauty, Belle Isle offers several attractions: Belle Isle Aquarium, Belle Isle Nature Center, William Livingstone Memorial Lighthouse, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, James Scott Memorial Fountain, Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, Belle Isle Beach, Blue Heron Lagoon Trail, Belle Isle Golf Range, Sunset Point, Belle Isle Boat House and the Beautiful Detroit Yacht Club.
Willkommen to Frankenmuth
Known as "Michigan's Little Bavaria", Frankenmuth is a nostalgic town filled with the sounds of clinking steins of good, cold German beer and families laughing over a round of mini-golf. Shop, sight see, and enjoy family fun! Of course, no trip to Frankenmuth is complete without a meal at Zehnder's of Frankenmuth which has served millions of guests fmaily style chicken dinners for more than 160 years!
Biking Grand Rapids Great Outdoors
Leave your car behind and take your road trip from 4-wheels to 2 when you explore the Reeds Lake Bike Route. With over 4 miles of marked route, whether you're looking for a lazy scenic spin, or a heart-pumping uphill climb, this is the bike path for you. When you're done, stop at a restaurant of cafe in nearby East Grand Rapids' Gaslight Village for a snack -- you earned it!
Binder Park Zoo
Although things might look a little different, the Binder Park Zoo is ready to "Connect. Inspire. Conserve." with you and your family. With over 433-acres of animals and plants, this is a great option for a fun and educational day trip.
North Country Scenic Trail
Michigan is home to one quarter of the longest scenic hiking trail in America’s National Trail System, the North Country National Scenic Trail. Covering a wide range of hiking difficulty, Michigan's 1,150 miles of the trail's terrain ranges from flat farm country to wooded river and lake views.