The elegant & historic Grand Hotel has been the location for movies & so much more. See photos, videos & enjoy!
Fort Mackinac was an important military site in the Great Lakes region during the American War of Independence & has an interesting history. Interactive visitor site today. Photos & videos.
The Dust Bowl in Michigan began with a settlement in 1850 that created miles of desert by 1870 with the early logging indusry. Then a ladies' Cemetery Society brought new life to a dying land, creating useful green spaces and historic districts.
A look at Lake Orion, Michigan's tourist destination, historical Olde World Canterbury Village: quaint shopping, sweet treats, and nostalgia.
The Paulding Light is a “ghost light” that appears over a valley between a row of trees and power lines in Paulding, MI. Over the years, there've been many attempts to debunk this mysterious light.
Lake Michigan has 1640 Miles of shoreline and most of them are beautiful. From the Mackinac Bridge to Chicago the lake is beautiful.
Many of the very best Mid-Michigan Markets and U-Pick Farms offer produce, milk, honey, and eggs in the area between what looks like the finger-area of a mitten and the thumb of the lower part of Michigan. If you are traveling to Michigan, combine the sights with the markets for the greatest...
Every year, for the last 20 years, Frankenmuth Michigan has wowed travelers from all over the world with the Zehnder’s Snowfest. This year was more of the same!
Somewhere In Time was filmed at Grand Hotel and Mackinac Island in 1979. In October, an annual weekend includes a film screening, discussions, visits with cast & crew, and guests in period costumes.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is treasured beauty. With hiking trails, beaches, waterfalls and more, it is place not to be missed.