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Find a unique blend of restaurants and activities all concentrated within one area of many flavors the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Whether your visit is collegiate, leisure or business, feel the energy of a town rich in culture and full of life.
Detroit's unique collection of attractions, found nowhere else in the world, great sports and vibrant downtown add up to days and nights of fun and excitement. Enjoy morning strolls along the Detroit River or walk among the vibrant colors and fresh scents of a bustling open air market, take in a rousing ball game or immerse yourself in a world class museum. And whether it's a sizzling night of dancing or a cool, mellowed night of jazz, Detroit's mornings and afternoons are just as exciting as its nights.
Blue Water Area
Discover the Blue Water Area on the shores of Eastern Michigan. Wake up to a spectacular sunrise and find nine waterfront communities and 140 miles of coastline awaiting your arrival with unique attractions, waterfront dining, antique shopping, wonderful beaches, parks, challenging golf courses, live theatre and lots of great fun. Relax and enjoy… we are always casual on the eastern shore.
Experience the "Lake Effect" along 200-miles of the most serene and spectacular coastline in America. Michigan's Beachtowns invite you to catch up on your stone skipping, dive into that paperback novel and dig your toes into the sugar sand beaches.
Take a horse-drawn carriage ride down Main Street or a narrated riverboat cruise up the Cass River. Watch and hear a glockenspiel, stroll across the largest wooden bridge and visit the world's largest Christmas store. Play a round or two of championship golf. Learn about wool manufacturing at a historic woolen mill.
Flint and Genesee County
Explore the 11,000 acres of woods, water and trails of Michigan's largest county park system. Walk among the work of renowned artists in our galleries and museums. Broaden your view of the world in our planetarium. Hop on a historic ride down the tracks. Play a round or two of golf. Shop till you drop. It's all here to discover in Flint and Genesee County.
Welcome to Michigan's Harbor Country, where five star dinners go with flip flops and the day's agenda can change on a whim. Where the fast pace of life slows down and yields to the lazy luxuries of sunsets over Lake Michigan, plankwood sidewalks and dockside cafes. Of art and antiques and long afternoons whiled away in the tasting rooms of world-class wineries.
Take a horse-drawn carriage tour of Mackinac Island State Park, External Link Michigan's first state park. See natural landmarks such as the limestone formations of Arch Rock and Sugar Loaf, and learn about the island's rich Michigan history. Shoulder a rifle, dance on the parade ground, fire a cannon and hear a concert of 1880s music when you spend a morning or afternoon at Fort Mackinac. External Link Walk across the world's longest porch at the Grand Hotel. External Link Rent a bike or bring your own and pedal along M-185, one of Michigan's most scenic, car less highways. No visit would be complete without tasting some Mackinac Island fudge, External Link the most popular fudge in America.
Play one of our three championship golf courses. Shop our charming towns and the Midwest's largest outlet center. From sophisticated culture to down-home entertainment, unique specialty shops to outlet bargains, it's all here in The Saginaw Valley--Chesaning, Birch Run, Frankenmuth and Saginaw.