Michigan is the only state that consists of 2 peninsulas; an upper and a lower peninsula! This state has some amazing towns, waterfalls and state parks. There is something here for everyone, it's romantic, it's adventurous and it's naturally gorgeous! So pack your bags and explore Michigan! Here are just a few suggestions for your upcoming trip.
Hike Through Miners Castle Rock
This shoreline combined with the spectacular rock formations are a must see for anyone in the upper peninsula! Be sure to go on a nice day so you can walk the upper park area for stunning pictures overlooking the Castle! There's also some fantastic waterfalls here that you can explore.
Enjoy clear waters at palms book state park
This is the "great spring" of the upper peninsula where you can easily see the bottom 45 feet below you! This place is pretty much natures fish bowl - create a memory you will never forget!
Explore Pictured Rocks National Lake-shore
Words are insufficient to describe the beauty and uniqueness of Pictured Rock, you simply must see it for yourself in the Upper Penninsula. The fall foliage makes the drive even more spectacular and the views of Miner's Castle and Lake Superior are absolutely breathtaking!
Discover Tahquamenon Falls State Park
An amazing waterfall at this gorgeous state park - this is the perfect place to spend the entire day to enjoy your partner and to be one with mother nature. Just take a look at that waterfall!
Drive Through The Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive
Pierce Stocking Scenic drive is inside Sleeping Bear National park - worth the time to drive the 7 - 8 miles! There are quite a few amazing places to stop for pictures as well as pit stops for picnics and a walk around! This drive also takes you through the forest and dunes. One pull-out looks back towards big Glen Lake and another gives you the view of the miles of stunning dunes.
Stay The Weekend On Mackinac Island
A unique vacation spot boasting fine dining, historic sites, and exciting attractions such as riding the ferry! Mackinac is the perfect vacation for couples looking to get away and spend some quality time together. Historic downtown Macinac features fur trade era homes and shops, as well as grand Victorian cottages. You will find a unique variety of shops and restaurants on Mackinac Island. Art galleries and world-famous fudge shops abound.
Discover The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
If you like the Great Lakes - the big ships - lighthouses and the deep rooted history of ship transportation and want to step back in time - this is the museum that will take you there! Great views of the shipwreck area! The museum offers an historical overview of past shipwrecks, light keepers quarters, and access to the skiff house. After your tour, walk right out onto the beach area of Lake Superior.
Stay The Weekend In The Grand Hotel On Mackinack
This amazing hotel opened in 1887 and an overnight stay includes a full breakfast and five-course dinner daily! Enjoy maintained gardens, individually designed and decorated rooms and food cooked by award winning chefs. You can hear harp music being played in the lobby with late night ballroom dancing. From the attic bar enjoy the expansive views as you are entertained by live jazz.