From sand dunes to lakes, there's something for everyone in this northern American state.
Famous for its music, cars, and people, it gives visitors a multitude of experiences they’ll never forget.
Its tree-shaded downtown area is filled with exceptional boutiques, galleries and restaurants in historic buildings.
The Henry Ford Museum is a must-see attraction for those who love history and are looking to learn about the many contributions that America has made over the centuries.
This natural limestone arch is a popular destination among tourists and it’s known for its incredible views.
Built in 1855, the Soo Locks are a set of water locks that enable ships to travel between Lake Superior and the lower Great Lakes.
It tumbles over a thick band of ancient fractured rock in multiple cascades for a total drop of 50 feet.
If you’re looking for a beach getaway with plenty of family fun, Holland State Park Beach is the place to go.
One of Michigan’s most beautiful highways, the Tunnel of Trees is a scenic byway that hugs Lake Michigan.