Michigan is a state in the Upper Midwest bordered by Lake St. Clair and 4 Great Lakes (Michigan, Erie, Superior, and Huron). It has 2 peninsulas and over 6,000 inland ponds and lakes, so you can expect to enjoy plenty of natural beauty and outdoor adventures. The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore offers miles of hiking trails and sandstone formations along the southern shore of Lake Superior. The Headlands International Dark Sky Park has over 550 acres of wooded trails, rare plants, and animals, as well as unparalleled stargazing opportunities.

    Summer is a busy period in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, especially in Marquette County. Beachgoers can enjoy sunbathing, swimming, and snorkeling at pristine strips like Black Rocks Beach, Sunset Beach, South Beach, and McCarty’s Cove. If you’re planning a city break in Michigan, Detroit boasts a wide range of modern conveniences that have revitalized many of its historic relics. Located in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, Mackinaw City is home to iconic lighthouses, maritime museums, and structures dating back to the early 18th century.

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    • 10 Best Places to Go Shopping in Detroit

      Whether you’re a trend chaser or just hunting for that perfect gift, Detroit is a city teeming with shopping opportunities. The metro area offers a great blend of one-stop shopping malls, premium outlets, and hip downtown districts with plenty of opportunities to shop local. Big-brand stores attract visitors to Detroit’s major shopping district, Woodward Avenue, with unique local...

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