Michigan Travel Guide
Points of Interest
Michigan is the great outdoors—and the exciting variety of activities that go with an outdoor state. Spend just a few glorious minutes on a Michigan beach and it becomes easy to understand why poems, love songs, novels, operas and even menus, are written in tribute to the beach experience. With over 3,200 miles of shoreline, 11,000 inland lakes, and with more freshwater coastline than any other state, a relaxing Michigan waterfront respite is easy to find.
- *Belle Isle
- *Institute of Art
- *Museum of African-American History
- *Renaissance Center
*Pictured Rocks National Seashore
*Sault Ste Marie
Isle Royale National Park
The national park is made up of an archipelago of islands, accessible only by boat or hydroplane. The 67000 hectares of Isle Royale stayed in its wilderness state, without any roads to disfigure it. It is the habitat of wolves, minks, martens, red foxes, otters, weasels, beavers, muskrats, elks, etc. Rangers organized 160 miles of paths that allow the hikers to admire the magnificient northern forests, the beauty of the coasts and the numerous lakes of Isle Royal National Park.
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