Previewing Detroit Public Television's new documentary about the iconic hotel, debuting in March
Stay for a spell at resort, which features Cottages at Water’s Edge for ultimate rest and relaxation
Thundering Aspens Sportsman Club is bringing back a favorite of hunters
The already-picturesque Porcupine Mountains transform with brilliant fall foliage
Pray among the pines in Hartwick Pines State Park’s log-cabin chapel
The aurora borealis shimmer above Isle Royale National Park
The shore at Leland is a treasure unto itself
The Round Island Lighthouse, a National Register of Historic Places site, stands as a symbol of the Great Lakes
After 10 years of statewide success, Michigan’s publicity campaign steers its focus toward the Motor City
Experience nature up close in the GarLyn Zoo’s park-like surroundings
Dow Gardens boasts year-round beauty and sculpted scenery.
Forest trails, scenic sand dunes, and shorelines abound at Ludington State Park
One of the U.P.'s most beloved waterfalls maintains an air of intrigue all its own
The Mitten State is full of seasonal travel destinations, and for 2016, we’ll show them some love
The pull of the IronLine sled dog race is helping a southwest U.P. community gain traction as a winter destination
Michigan’s autumn colors dazzle from any angle,but a breezy hot air balloon flight offers a bird’s-eye view of the season’s most spectacular displays
Despite the short season, Michigan boaters are seriously smitten with life on the water
Michigan’s bridges range from busy and controversial to historic and crumbling
Thespians and audiences around the state celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th
A taste of some of Michigan's lesser-known, but unique, bed and breakfast destinations
American Coney Island is gaining fans on the Las Vegas Strip
We love our Michigan vacations, but thanks to the Pure Michigan campaign and a thawing economy,a growing number of out-of-state visitors are joining the crowd.
From kayaking along the Detroit River to bellying up to the bar in an Upper Peninsula brewpub, traveling in Michigan is a year-round love affair.
From pristine islands to a hidden desert oasis, our top 10 honeymoon destinations are well off the beaten path.
In the early 20th century, Detroit was a tourist destination — a place to see and be seen. And there was no shortage of excursion companies so visitors could take in the sights of a city on the move.
There’s no need to head to Bermuda or the Aegean to go island hopping. The Great Lakes have plenty of isles waiting to be explored.
Newlyweds seeking unique might consider boutique, as these small luxury accommodations in nine locations around the world reveal.
Make a day (or a weekend) of it with this trek of Motown. Just remember to bring a pair of comfortable shoes.
Road rallies are a grand motoring tradition dating back as far as the first automobiles. Point-to-point road trips with drivers and co-drivers crisscrossed Europe in the first half of the last century. The appeal endures.
An otherworldly stark beauty is how metro Detroiter Eric Keller describes the icy landscape and 24-hour daylight he encountered on his dog- sledding trip in Svalbard, the Arctic Ocean archipelago between Norway and the North Pole.
The once-quiet beach town shores up its image with a wave of new businesses.
Vice President Joe Biden, who loves to ride the rails, has made himself point man to revive U.S. passenger-train service.
Taste-Full Tours journey by bus to culinary spots around town.
It’s easy taking a shine to Michigan for a honeymoon. These scenic, comfy spots offer plenty of amenities, as well as romantic settings.
In scenic northern California, Winesong! hits the right note.
If a riverfront idea goes ahead, you won’t have to travel to Venice for a gondola ride on a canal.
Sure, gas is hovering around $3 a gallon. But hey, it’s summer, this is the Motor City and driving is a tradition. Time to take a road trip.
For a taste of terrific Mexican cuisine, head just south of the border — to Chicago’s Frontera Grill.
Whether they're jet-setters or students abroad, voyagers seek good looks that travel well.
The nation’s heartland is as diverse as it is sprawling, proved by the attractions of these 11 cities. And you can go out of Michigan without leaving your Midwestern comfort zone.
With relief at the gas pump nowhere in sight, summer road trips may feel more like guilt trips. Because of that, travel plans are sporting a dose of practicality in the form of itineraries that stick a little closer to home. However, three new guides may be just the ticket for rekindling our affection for hitting the road.
Readers voted for their favorite watering holes in metro Detroit. The 90 top vote-getters are named here.
Just to state the obvious for the millionth time: For all its troubles, past and present, southeast Michigan is a glorious celebration of the possibilities of the car. More than 22,000 miles of roads (by EPA estimate) are traveled by millions of cars. We make them, we talk about them, we love our wheels as if they’re family.
Maybe you've just moved to the area. Perhaps you've lived here your entire life. Regardless, you can't call yourself a Detroiter until you've explored and enjoyed everything on the list. We've got the scoop on the essential sights, sounds, hot spots, people, places and things.
In tiny Bellaire, Lulu's Bistro adds a slice of big-city flair and flavor.
Make your plans now to beat cabin fever with this guide to the best Michigan has to offer when the cold wind blows.