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Michigan is easy place to find, live and enjoy every simplest pleasures. It has sugary beaches, colorful and vibrant wildering forests, warm locals waiting for you at small towns and painted cities with colors and imagination. Michigan will explode your mind with creativity and warm summers. Lakeshores and deep cliffs, Sand dunes and deep forests are just waiting for tourists from all over the world to come and explore true life of Michigan.

You should not only expect scenic beauty all around, but also cities with great music, best night culture and a state with reputation to make great cars.

Michigan is a place that feels true to its essence, where you visit and you feel like having a full vacation by living each and every moment of your time. It is fun for family and romantic for couples and ideal for solo travelers.

Best Time to Fly to Michigan State

The best time to fly Michigan is in summers. If you are looking for warm temperature and mild weather, June to August are complete summers. Michigan is not a sunny place so you would need to carry extra pair of jackets even in summers. Most of the tourist season is in July and therefore the hotel prices and flight tickets rises up during holiday season

April and May, early summers in Michigan has cheap hotel rates and average temperature would be in 70’s.

If you are planning in spring and fall, try to avoid Labor Day from Sept 1st to 5th and Memorial Day from May 25th to 29th due to highest accommodation rates. If you want to avoid big crowds, then you should plan in January.

November to March is winters in Michigan. So if you plan in winters, carry your snow wear and snow sets of ski and snowboards to have fun. Especially on Christmas and New Year, you can see snowfall to make your trip more magical.

#15 Must Things To Do In Michigan

  • Starting your adventure from museums, visit the famous The Henry Ford Museum in the heart of Detroit which is preserving the ford’s heritage. It showcases all the cars made in past and talks about present innovation in automobile technology.
  • Detroit Institute of Arts offers 100 art galleries with photos and paintings. The museum hosts many cultural nights, live music concerts and animated film shows. Kids can also learn how to make artistic things during weekends exhibits.
  • This is a romantic place and also the best for photographers of early sunrises. Silver Lake Sand Dunes is on the Lake Michigan Coast. They are massive dunes and also a family friendly beach paradise.
  • Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park are Perched Dunes in the form of sculptures. They are rated as magical landscapes for 56 km long, which you cannot miss while you are vacationing in Michigan.
  • It’s time for your paddles and kayak in these beautiful landscapes of Pictured Rocks in Northern Michigan. It is also good for camping with tours and fishing alone. Though the nights are colder in the area.
  • Say hi to little penguins at Detroit Zoo with underwater tunnel, live sea animals like sea hawks and a Giraffe center. It has a 4D Theater, a simulator ride, science section and many more entertaining areas to explore.
  • Visit the Mackinac Island, only accessible by ferries has no cars or buses or other motor vehicles. It is like traveling back in time to see how things can work in an eco friendly way. It has horse carriages, skates and bikes to run around the city.
  • It is something different from what most of the tourist spots offer. The Belt is an interesting alley to walk on with artists, street dancers and muralists. It has famous cafes, restaurants and galleries on the sides.
  • Isle Royal National Park has a lighthouse that can only be reached on kayak, natural landscapes and forests covering the entire island and abundant wildlife. If not a boat, you can reach the island on adventure seeking seaplane.
  • Have fun at an all season Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark at Boyne Falls. It has thrilling rides, chill pools, surfer block, ice zone and a trap door. It has activities for kids and grandparents which makes it a fun filled family spot.
  • Have an Action Wake Park at Wakeboard Park in Hudsonville. It is a cable park where you strap yourself on the board and hot the water. It is best way to learn wakeboarding and have some water splashing fun at the same time.
  • One of the top Michigan’s architectural properties and a gem is The Fisher Building. It was designed by Albert Kahn. It is one the unique building with each level of floor offering opportunities to explore.
  • While you are in Michigan, don’t forget to eat: Detroit Pizza, Better Made Potato Chips, and Pasty (Peninsula Staple), Mackinac Island Fudge, Biggby coffee and Detroit Street Brick. Try a filled pierogi or eat a famous superman ice cream in Detroit. Food is upmost culture in Michigan, hence every corner of the street will have something good to relish.
  • Have Detroit’s staple drink Gettoblaster, Blackberry Bramble in Holland, Barrel Aged Gin at Holland, Chipotle Bloody Mary in Traverse City, Cherry Maple Whiskey, Polish Falcon at Grand Rapids are few top rated cocktails to try on.
  • For the best nightlife fun and dance and music, visit: The Necto in Ann Arbor, Spiral Dance Bar, Firekeepers Casino, Stober’s Bar in Lansing, Odawa Casino, Luna Royal oak, Which Craft Taproom in Midland and many more to explore at your end.

Michigan is a vacation sweep for holidays. You can see the quaint pictures of towns, ideal getaway islands, ride horses on beach, propose on romantic light houses, boat in the dark blue lakes and learn about facts. Don’t forget to carry your snow-wear in winters and catch snowfall in your hands while singing Christmas carols.

Happy Traveling Michigan!!