When COVID shut the state down this spring, northern Michigan businesses wondered if their critical season was doomed. Turns out it wasn’t.
Bring your hiking boots, buy local, and make reservations
Plus, advice for novice road warriors
You don’t need to cross state lines to find idyllic surroundings in which to recharge the mind, body, and spirit. These retreats are just a drive away.
Shutdown-battered businesses Up North are scrambling to salvage the season, hoping vacationers wary of COVID-19-era travel will spend their time —and dollars — in state
The Traverse City winery’s weekly program has featured guests from "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "Entourage," and ”Property Brothers"
Take a culinary trip across the state
Michigan's little Bavaria is adapting — a bit — for the millennial crowd
The Quintessence Hotel in Anguilla is advertised as “a Tropical Grand Mansion”
Off the grid and far from typical, our state offers many trip-worthy paddling destinations
End your evening with gorgeous summer scenery
Lose yourself in the night sky this summer
How the woman behind ”Restless Meg” combined her love for animals and road trips to find happiness
The group’s journey will benefit the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research
The founder of The Fields in South Haven shares her insight
Travel influencer Jessica Nabongo has explored more than 160 locations
Travel by plane, train, or automobile to get to these one-of-a-kind destinations
Nick Arrigo, Brandon Belknap, and Brian Czerny are the managing partners behind Grosse Point’s newest restaurant, the Charlevoix; a neighborhood joint that offers Mexican, New Orleanian, Korean, and Caribbean street food late into the night.
This cold-hardy hybrid makes its mark on Michigan wine
It didn’t start out as a quest to visit every winery in the state. Yet, over the last seven years, Colleen and Nathan Monfette have managed to cross nearly all of Michigan’s 140-plus wineries off their list.