Spring into Summer with the New Pure Michigan Travel Guide
Looking to plan your next warm weather travel to Michigan, the 2014 Pure Michigan Official State Travel Guide can help. Highlighting interesting sights and activities, the guide is a top trip-planning resource. Vacation planners will find things like kid-friendly attractions‚ great summer drives‚ art‚ history‚ food and outdoor activities like turkey hunting‚ golf and a run down on things to do in our state and national parks. The guide is a must-read—order your copy today!
Condé Nast Traveler Discovers a Michigan Treasure
Let your imagination run wild at what Condé Nast “calls one of the top museums in the country.” From race cars to freedom rides‚ modular houses to microprocessors‚ experience the breakthroughs‚ big and small‚ that have made our world what it is today at The Henry Ford. How will 200 acres‚ 300 years of history and 26 million artifacts inspire you? Begin your adventure today. Vacation packages start under $130.
Benzie County Spring Fling
See spectacular scenery‚ wildflowers in bloom and panoramic shoreline vistas. Hear the wind and the waves thrashing against the lakeshore and revel the echo of returning birds. Taste great Northern Michigan wines‚ beer‚ and local culinary favorites. Bike or hike through state forest trails or hunt for wild mushrooms. Play a round of golf on a championship course or attend a festival. The season is changing—feel the essence of spring in Benzie County.
Explore Hear and Feel—Michigan Arts
Embrace a richer appreciation for the world around you. Spring is the perfect time to experience unmatched bursts of color‚ uncommon creativity‚ unexpected passion and unusual presentation when you visit Michigan’s fine art galleries‚ cultural institutions and performing arts venues located in every corner across the state.
Splash and Slide at an Indoor Family Fun Center
Got cabin fever? Is your family looking for a wet and wild adventure for Spring Break? With a number of exciting indoor water parks right here in our state‚ there's no need to travel far for some great family fun. Michigan’s aquatic attractions include an 88‚000-square-foot water playground‚ four-story water park‚ water basketball‚ lazy rivers and geysers‚ giant water slides‚ hot tubs—and even white-water rafting.