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We love Michigan. From the hustle and bustle of the big cities to the peaceful quiet of Up North and the Upper Penninsula, there’s so much to do and see but here are a few activities every family should experience in the Great Lakes State.
Get away for a couple days and enjoy the best of Michigan at Crystal Mountain resort. From skiing to skating and snowmobiling there’s plenty of winter fun to be had and no prettier place to do it.
Learn to luge like an Olympian on a one-of-a-kind natural ice track. You can go skiing, skating, snowshoeing and winter ziplining too!
Head to Little Bavaria for chicken dinner, fudge and Zehnder’s Snowfest! The timeless classic is great for a daytrip or overnight stay.
Traverse City is every Michiganders favorite city and it’s at its best in the winter. Go skiing, tubing, ice skating snowshoeing and more. If you love winter sports, head Up North.
Explore nature in mid Michigan at the Dow Gardens and take a walk along the nation’s longest canopy walk, 1,400 feet long, soaring up to 40 feet above the ground.
Ski, board, Sno-Go Biking, snow biking and more on Boyne Mountain and then rest and relax at Mountain Grand Lodge & Spa. Check out Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark while you’re there.
Experience the beauty of nature in the UP and see the frozen falls. Michigan’s second-largest state park trails the Porcupine Mountains along the majestic Lake Superior.
Bundle up and cuddle up on the snowy shore and see the stars (and satellites) like never before at one of the first Dark Sky Parks in the world! When in Mackinaw, be sure to visit Mackinac Island – it’s uniquely peaceful in the winter months.
Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Parks includes Michigan’s largest tropical conservatory; five indoor theme gardens; outdoor gardens, nature trails and children’s garden. Save the date for the Winter Family Day on February 13th featuring ice sculpture displays throughout the gardens.
Detroit IS a destination! Home to 4 major league sports, world-class museums and entertainment venues, a beautiful and walkable riverfront, special events throughout the year and an ever changing skyline – Michigan’s largest city is a must-visit.
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About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..