10 Best Places to Visit in Michigan – Travel Video

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Nestled in the heart of the Great Lakes region, the Midwest state of Michigan lies on the border with Canada. Home to more than 12,000 lakes and more beaches than the country’s entire Atlantic coastline, it’s made up of two large peninsulas and several scenic and secluded islands. While the state is defined by its wealth of waterways, much of it is coated in endless forests and wilderness. As such, there are loads of great outdoor activities to be enjoyed, with hiking, camping and sailing all popular. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Michigan.


23 thoughts on “10 Best Places to Visit in Michigan – Travel Video

  1. Michigander and outdoor enthusiast here. This is a pretty good list but Highly recommend the Porcupine Mountains and Lake of The Clouds in particular if you plan on making a trip to the UP

  2. Great vid , however , ditch Detroit and head up to the UP again and drive to the Keweenaw Peninsula . This is copper country , a place like NO other . I grew up in Michigan and have enjoyed my travels all over the Pleasant Peninsula as our state motto suggests !!

  3. So many waterfalls. We like Au Train falls the best. Ann Arbor is nice trust me I know but not beautiful and charming like Traverse City, Curtis, and Alpena. Saugatuck is good fishing. Going up to pictured rocks I never seem to have enough time. Lots of hiking to see things. Chapel Rock is like a half day hike there and back. Bring food, water, and toilet paper. If you get up by Sleeping Bear South of Empire there is a ghost town Aral with excellent beech and old growth forest. Drummond Island is awesome. A true jewel and a 4x4ing must. Fossil ledges if your a fossil hunter is awesome. Number 1 should be Isle Royal Island. Mackinaw Island is best experience in the winter going across the ice on snowmobiles. A lot of the construction on the island is did in the winter.

  4. Being a native of Michigan (born & raised in Holland and reside near Grand Rapids), this is one of the best & accurate videos I have ever watched. Although, I have to say that if it wasn’t for the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor wouldn’t even be on the map.

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