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Michigan's many lighthouses are often a tourist's delight during the hot summer days on the great lakes. However, what many people don't realize is how beautiful many of Michigan's lighthouses are in the icy cold winter months. If you're feeling adventurous, check some of these out after the next big winter storm. 1. Grand Traverse Lighthouse This beautiful lighthouse at...Keep reading
1. Explore Les Cheneaux Islands Les Cheneaux Islands | Photo Courtesy of Les Cheneaux Islands Area Tourist Association The 36 islands within this Lake Huron chain east of the Mackinac Bridge provide sheltered channels and bays and an historic harbor area for boaters and explorers. The base towns for an island trip, Cedarville and Hessel, are historic port towns that...Keep reading
Michigan summers are usually filled with Michigan beaches. That could be because Michigan is known to have more than 11,000 lakes, and according to the Michigan Historical Society you physically can't be farther than six miles from a lake at any given time in the mitten state. In this week's summer series post, we wanted to highlight a few amazing...Keep reading