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Create your ultimate outdoor vacation experience among the scenic beauty of Michigan. Our resorts give you options to stay your way with accommodations that include spacious RV and tent camping sites, as well as a selection of furnished park model rentals.
Tee off on lush fairways at our beautiful resorts with spectacular golf courses, from sunny Florida to the California desert.
Glide across beautiful lakes, rivers, and oceans from coast to coast. Enjoy boating and sailing at our select RV resorts with marinas, docks, boat rentals and charters.
Soak up the sunshine on beautiful lakeside and ocean beaches, from Florida to the Oregon coast. Enjoy building sandcastles, swimming, fishing, boogie boarding and surfing waves.
Fishing and camping go together. Explore our inland and coastal fishing resorts in destinations like Florida, Michigan, and Oregon. Your next vacation is a cast away.
Enjoy hiking scenic trails, paths, beaches, and beautiful landscapes, from the canyons of California to the dramatic beauty of Arches National Park in Utah.
Fly over hills and roar around turns on an ATV or off-road tour. Experience the thrill of beautiful backcountry trails, from Utah's Moah Valley to the Oregon coast.
Explore the beauty of nature in a kayak to get away from it all. Enjoy kayaking on oceans, lakes, rivers and waterways. Paddle into new places you can only experience on the water.
Challenge friends and neighbors to games of pickleball, a popular sport played on a smaller tennis court with a lighter ball. Swing into action at our resort courts.
Lay down roots in Michigan and find your dream vacation home in the places you love the most. We offer new, pre-owned and custom vacation homes and cottages with diverse layouts, kitchens, patios, and access to incredible resort amenities, activities and entertainment..
Walk the four miles of the scenic Lake Michigan shoreline at Silver Lake State Park. Home to almost 2,000 acres of sand dunes, gorgeous hiking trails, lush forest, and an off-road vehicle area, this state park is a great place to spend time outdoors with family. Don't miss the exciting dune riding experience at this park.
You won't find a finer freshwater lake in the country. Enjoy a day on Lake Michigan swimming, fishing, or relaxing on the beach. Take a trip to the Beaver Island archipelago, walk along the orchards and vineyards surrounding the lake, or cruise across the 22,300 square miles of freshwater in search of all 59 lighthouses that call Lake Michigan home.
Get ready to be fascinated by the many exhibits and displays at the Air Zoo in Michigan. Participate in various adventures, learn about different aircraft, fly with Waldo Wright's flying service, and more at this exciting aerospace and science museum
Spend the day enjoying activities on over 4,400 acres of natural Michigan beauty at Kensington Metropark. This gorgeous park surrounds Kent Lake and offers seven miles of nature trails that are ideal for hiking, biking, or roller blading. Go "fore" some fun at the par-71 golf course or visit some animals at the Nature Center and Farm Center.
Spend an exciting day at the Silver Lake Sand Dunes. Go dune riding along the sweeping shoreline of Lake Michigan. This 2,000-acre sand mountain separates the shoreline of Lake Michigan and the 690 acres Silver Lake. Explore the area, go shopping and dining, or check out the many exciting events that are conducted here throughout the year.
Enjoy spectacular views of beautiful beaches, lush forests, and an island lighthouse from Sleeping Bear Dunes, which towers 450 over Lake Michigan. This national park stretches 65 miles along the coast, drawing visits from boaters, swimmers, and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
Frederik Meijer Gardens combines art and nature beautifully to give visitors an amazing experience. This garden is one of the country's premier horticultural display gardens. Marvel at the colors and textures on display, see mind-blowing sculptures and exhibitions, participate in fun events, and enjoy live performances held at the gardens.
Shop till you drop with over 180 stores available at the Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi. There are also great restaurants and upscale dining options to enjoy during your visit.
The Hart-Montague Bicycle Trail runs from the city of Montague in Muskegon County to the city of Hart in Oceana Country, Michigan. Spanning over 22 miles, this trail goes through a number of communities and rural forestlands. Go biking on this scenic trail and enjoy stunning views from the many overlooks and picnic areas.
Take in the shoreline of Lake Michigan across a 24-mile paved trail that runs from Chalevoix to Petoskey to Harbor Springs. Bring your bike, or get your steps in while soaking in postcard-worthy views of the lake, sweeping sand dunes, and beautiful beaches.
Try your hand at some fun gambling at the Gun Lake Casino. Explore the slot machines, sports betting, table games, and poker. Check out the various events held at the casino, or visit one of the two restaurants for a great dining experience.
History buffs will love exploring The Henry Ford, featuring a complex of various museums and attractions. Spend some time exploring the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation that includes a separate Giant Screen Experience. Or step back in time at Greenfield Village, serving as a living reminder that has 300 years of American perseverance on over 80 acres.
Visit the beautiful Little Sable Point Lighthouse located in Silver Lake State Park. This 107-brick structure was constructed in 1874. One of the tallest lighthouses in Michigan, you can take guided tours of this lighthouse and enjoy the stunning views around.
Explore Mackinac Island, home to cafes, local shops, historic parks-but no cars! This quaint town offers guided walking or carriage tours, diverse dining options, and jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets. Come for the weekend, or extend your stay to take in all the island has to offer.
Take a walk on the wild side when you visit the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak. This wonderful attraction is great for all ages and features award-winning attractions like the National Amphibian Conservation Center, Great Apes of Harambee, Artic Ring of Life, and Polk Penguin Conservation Center.
Enjoy a unique experience in the midst of sweet-smelling flowers at the Lavender Labyrinth. This farm, located close to Lake Michigan, is one of the most relaxing places in the state. Get lost in the maze of beautiful lavender flowers as you walk through this labyrinth.
Learn about the life and times of Gerald R Ford, Michigan's only President. Check out the many exhibits, artifacts, photographs, watch videos about his life and achievements, and go through the various documents on display at the Gerald Ford Museum.
You can't visit this area without searching for the state stone that shares the towns namesake - famous Petoskey stones! While you're at the beach, spend some time combing the lakeshore for these unique and valuable stones, which are actually fossilized pre-historic coral.
Petoskey boasts an amazing location right off the gorgeous waters of Lake Michigan. There are several hot spots on the lake that include Sunset Park, Bayfront Park, and East Park that are very popular with visitors. We recommend an evening visit, so you can catch one of the famous million-dollar sunsets.
One of Michigan's best-known attractions, the Cross in the Woods is a sight to behold. This large cross, sculpted from a Giant Redwood Tree, is 28 feet tall from head to toe and weighs seven tons. In 2006, it was officially declared a national shrine by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Take a road trip through the Tunnel of Trees, a Heritage Route on M-119 that runs from Harbor Springs to Cross Village. You'll see a stunning display of hardwoods along this roadway that create the feeling of traveling through a tunnel. This stretch of road is an absolute must-see during the colorful fall months.
The center of Petoskey is known as the Downtown Gaslight District. This quaint and historic strip, always buzzing with summer tourists, features coffee shops, restaurants, art galleries, and specialty boutiques.
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