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Michigan is known for being one of the best states for fishing, thanks to its freshwater coastline, which is the longest in the United States. Its name derives from a gallicized Ojibwe word meaning “large water.” Around 90 percent of the state is covered in trees, almost turning into a fully nature-covered state.
Exploring the Outdoors
Michigan is perfect for outdoor activities during the summer, especially when it comes to hiking, paddle boarding, or biking. You can also visit different parks, such as the Indian Lake State Park, Barnes Park, and Historic Charlton Park. Biking the mountains is one of the major activities, with more than 1,300 miles of trails all across the state’s mountainsides.
Some of the most famous and fun attractions around Michigan are the Dunes. The state has more than 300,000 acres of sand dunes all the way across it, with amazing views, thrilling experiences, and buggy rides. Choose between spending the morning or afternoon in the Sleeping Bear Dunes, Saugatuck Dunes State Park, Silver Lake Sand Dunes, Warren Dunes State Park.
Michigan’s history is mainly represented by its historical sites, cultural museums, and landmarks. Mansions, lighthouses, battlegrounds, and theaters are all located around Michigan, with intruiging facts about the nation and the state itself.
Menominee Range Historical Museum
Bavarian Inn Restaurant
Whaley Historic Site Museum
Spring Lake District Library
Detroit is Michigan’s major city, with a wonderful neoclassical downtown and its Institute of Arts and Industry Murals painted by Diego Rivera and inspired in the city. Although the city is not the state’s capital, it is considered as the largest and most important one across the state, home of great celebrities and fun things to do.
Mackinac Island is a beautiful place that attracts thousands of visitors each year. A boat may be used to get to the island, where visitors can spend the day exploring the historic town's stores, riding around in a horse-drawn carriage, hiking, or seeing Fort Mackinac.
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and Lake Michigan
The Beaver Island Archipelago and the Manitou Islands are two of the lake's islands that are well-liked by tourists. The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, which is well-known for its huge dunes located on headlands along the seashore, includes the Manitou Islands.
Detroit Institute of Arts
The Detroit Institute of Arts is famous for its vast collection of artistic creations by people from ancient civilizations up to the present. There are more than 65,000 pieces of art in more than 100 galleries, representing artists from all over the world.
You can either transport yourself by car or use public transportation around Michigan. Renting a car is pretty easy since there are major rental car companies in different major cities across the state. If you’re planning an extended stay, you may also want to consider shipping your car. Michigan has 13 mainline highways across Detroit that you can use to explore the outdoors of the state and enjoy the multiple nature activities.
For long-distance public transportation, you can opt for a bus. The main bus companies are Greyhound, Indian Trails, and Megabus. The train is also a great choice and serves Michigan through three train lines that originate from Chicago. Trains can be a more efficient way to transport across the state of Michigan, but also direct bus routes can sometimes be faster and cheaper.