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Why Michigan makes a good choice?

If you love berries, beaches and forests then Michigan is the state for you.
The state boasts a number of beaches, more than half of Michigan is covered with forests and woods and an unfathomable amount of berries and cherries go into an incredible number of pies. The state is surrounded by great lakes including Superior and Michigan and peaceful and beautiful lake islands are a great place to enjoy nature at its most spectacular.

Best time to visit Michigan

The very warmest time to visit Michigan, the hottest months are July, August, and then June. The best time to travel to Michigan City is during the early summer when temperatures are still warm but hotels are more affordable. Be prepared for some snowfalls if you go to Michigan City in November - March. In Michigan in July is the sunniest month and July the warmest.

Why Michigan is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

Newlyweds who honeymoon in Michigan are sure to find themselves in a “Water-Winter Wonderland”, as the state is affectionately nicknamed. While it’s famous for cars, beer, and Motown, the Great Lakes state is also home to several beautiful bodies of water. Though Michigan has been described as a winter wonderland, the area remains a favorite vacation destination year round.

Adventure activities in Michigan

Michigan’s Adventure is home to some of the most fun and thrilling rides you can imagine. There are activities like kayak, mountain biking, snorkel and more. 1,300 miles of designated mountain bike and bicycle trails, 6,500 miles of snowmobile trails, the second highest number of ski areas in the nation. From mountain biking and sea kayaking in summer, to fat tire biking, dog sledding and snowmobiling in winter.