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​Michigan Holidays

If you like water, then Michigan holidays are for you. You'll never be more than six miles from it wherever you go in this state, and four out of the five Great Lakes are on the doorstep too. Together that makes for a whole lot of shoreline as well as a string of sandy beaches to relax on - especially around Lake Michigan.

There are plenty of spectacular sights to see right across Michigan, and that goes for both the wilder Upper Peninsula and the gentler 'Mitten' Peninsula. Even the bridge that links the two, one of the longest suspension structures in the world, is dazzling. North at Pictured Rocks on Lake Superior, you'll see cliffs dramatically weathered into shapes resembling castle turrets and rocky human faces. And further south at Sleeping Bear Dunes on Lake Michigan there's 40-metre dunes, with the chance to scramble up for superb views.

Michigan's cities and towns have a lot to offer too, and the urban vibe of Detroit comes complete with great shopping, top restaurants, and a string of attractions dedicated to its motor and Motown history. Elsewhere, Grand Rapids has cosmopolitan cool and a great arts scene; Traverse City offers top lakeside beaches, great golf and a buzzing downtown; and quirky Ann Arbor, home of the University of Michigan, prides itself on being not quite like anywhere else.

That means there's something for everyone on Michigan holidays. For wilderness fans, there's acres of forest where moose roam, as well as State and National Parks to hike through; beach lovers can chill along miles of sandy shores; sailors and paddlers can find a stretch of water pretty much everywhere; and urban types have plenty of city action to choose from. That way, everyone's happy.

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Mackinac Island

Enter an enchanting world where time has stopped and cars are banned. Mackinac Island lies between Lakes Michigan and Huron, and once you're there, the only transport options are horse and carriage, bicycle or shanks' pony. There's a charming town with splendid Victorian houses and an old-fashioned Main Street, an 18th century fort and trails through the State Park all around.

Henry Ford

Motor vehicles aren't the only attraction at the vast Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in Dearborn. Besides an immense car collection, there's a huge assortment of other things to see: light-bulb inventor Thomas Edison's laboratory; aeroplane pioneers the Wright Brothers' workshop, and the largest steam locomotive ever built for starters.

Hit The Beach

There are lots of places you can kick back on a beach on Michigan holidays - especially along the west shore of Lake Michigan. Here the sand is white and powder soft from Mackinaw City in the north to the Warren Dunes in the south, while the swimming will leave your eyes sting-free since this is fresh water!

Isle Royal National Park

If you want to get away from it all, this is the place to do it. These craggy islands in the icy waters of Lake Superior can only be reached by boat or seaplane - and cars aren't permitted. Forests, lakes, gurgling streams and superb wildlife including moose, beavers, wolves and over 200 bird species are the star attractions...while hiking, boat trips and sea kayaking makes for the best way to see it all.

Tunnel of Trees

One of the most scenic drives you'll ever take travels north from Harbor Springs, where the mixed forest of broadleaf and pine trees engulfs the road like a tunnel. It's especially spectacular during autumn, when the foliage is ablaze with colour.

Our Top Hotels in Michigan

Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center

Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center


Soaring 73 floors above the city's Detroit River, this is an ideally located hotel in downtown Detroit, MI, situated on the RiverWalk, next to Hart Plaza.

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Doubletree Guest Suites Detroit Downtown - Fort Shelby hotel

Doubletree Guest Suites Detroit Downtown - Fort Shelby


Located in the heart of the city our Detroit hotel is conveniently near Greektown all three Detroit Casinos Comerica Park Joe Louis Arena and Ford Field.

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Great Cities of the Great Lakes Fly Drive Holiday

Chicago – Green Bay – Marquette – Traverse City – Detroit – Toronto – Niagara Falls (Ontario) - Erie – Cleveland – Nappanee - Chicago

Starting out from Blues capital Chicago, enjoy a fly drive tour through the Great Lakes region, stopping in famous US cities and dipping briefly into Canada to visit Toronto and Niagara Falls.
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Great Lakes Inn-Sider Fly Drive Holiday

Chicago – Ephraim – Door County – Spring Green – Winona – Minneapolis/St Paul – Bayfield - Marquette - Mackinac Island - Saugatuck

Take in the highlights of the Great Lakes and stay in unique, boutique inns on this 12 night fly drive holiday. Starting out from the Windy City, you’ll visit stunning Door County, located on a peninsula that juts out into Lake Michigan, stay in a boat hotel moored along the Mississippi in St Paul, spend time on the beautiful Apostle Islands and enjoy time at leisure in Michigan’s favourite beach destinations, Saugatuck.
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Time Difference:
GMT- 5 hours

Closest Airport:
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (approx. 12 and a half hours).

Getting around:
With such an abundance of natural beauty including over 100 public beaches and 99 State Parks, the best way to see Michigan is by road. Car hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Michigan is the cherry capital of the world. Visit Traverse City in the springtime and see around 2.6 million cherry trees in bloom.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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