Chiff.com

The web, reviewed by humans since 1999.






Travel
US travel
US campgrounds
US fall foliage tours
US national parks
US state fairs
Popular destinations
Africa
Asia
Australia
Canada
Caribbean
Europe
Mexico
Mideast
South America

MAIN Arrow to TravelTravel Arrow to North AmericaNorth America Arrow to North AmericaUSA Arrow to Michigan Tourist AttractionsMichigan

michigan mapWith completion of the Erie Canal in 1825, water transportation to the Midwest brought an influx of new settlers to the area and Michigan joined the Union as a state a decade later.

Today, with borders on four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan is comprised of Upper and Lower peninsulas, linked by one of the world's largest suspension bridges, Mackinac Bridge.

A landmark in its own right, the Mackinac Bridge also serves as prime entryway to the state's biggest tourist attractions in Mackinaw City with summer fun-in-the-sun at sandy beaches, tours of historic lighthouses, and day trips by ferry to quaint and picturesque Mackinac Island.

With more popular summertime tourist draws, Michigan also boasts one of the most beautiful stretches of Great Lakes shoreline at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore on Lake Michigan, as well as Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore on Lake Superior.

An historic center of car manufacturing, Michigan also provides visitors a look at the car making process with regularly scheduled tours of manufacturing plants, as well as a closer look at where it all started at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.


michigan tourist attractions
Top summer attractions in Michigan include incredibly scenic Sleeping Bear Dunes on Lake Michigan,
day trips to picturesque Mackinac Island, and tours of the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.


DID YOU KNOW? Michigan Travel Fun Facts

SaugatuckChainFerry
Hands across the water: the
chain ferry in Saugatuck.

• Stand anywhere in Michigan and you are no more than 85 miles from a Great Lake.

• The resort town of Saugatuck boasts the nation's only remaining hand-propelled chain-driven ferry, built in 1838.

• Singing sand can be found on the beaches of Grand Haven. The sand particles make a whistling sound as you walk upon them.

• When in Michigan, do as Michiganers do. Drink Vernors ginger ale, America's first soda pop.

 


also see -> Christmas in Michigan | Michigan Campgrounds

Michigan Beaches | Michigan all Foliage

 

More about Michigan tourist attractions around the Web:

 

Michigan.org - Major attractions throughout the site with focus on recreational fun - including biking trails, best fishing locations, beaches, campgrounds & water parks, with related photos, maps.

Southwestern Michigan Tourist Council - A complete cybertour of the region including information on major attractions in St. Joe, Grand Junction, LaGrange and more with guides to beaches & boating, fairs & festivals, golf courses, wineries, restaurants, hotels, bed & breakfasts,


Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

 
 

chiff.com

Privacy  |  Mission Statement  |  Contact us |  Sitemap

All contents copyright © Chiff.com 1999 - 2017