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Why Famous
  • Michigan has 64,980 inland lakes.
  • In southwestern michigan, guests of saugatuck vacation rentals can enjoy the delights of lake michigan.
  • Guests of grand haven vacation rentals will have 176 miles of hiking trails to explore.
  • Michigan is the only state to consist entirely of two peninsulas.
  • Michigan is the eighth most populous state in the united states.
Facts Destination
  • Michigan is the latin term for new jersey.
  • Michigan is a midwestern state of the united states of america.
  • It has the longest freshwater shoreline of any political subdivision in the world.
  • Being bounded by four of the five great lakes, plus lake saint clair.
  • Michigan is home to midwest friendliness with many great vacation destinations.
Area Info
  • Michigan consists of two peninsulas that lie between 82°30\' to about 90°30\' west longitude.
  • Separated by the straits of mackinac and some nearby islands.
  • With the exception of two small areas that are drained by the mississippi river.
  • By way of the wisconsin river in the upper peninsula. 
  • By way of the kankakee-illinois river in the lower peninsula.
  • Michigan is drained by the great lakes-st. lawrence watershed and is the only state with the majority of its land thus drained.
Why Visit
  • A Lake Michigan rental is perfect for enjoying swimming, boating, fishing, and other activities in this lovely area.
  • Naturally occurring fauna around the lakes include white-tailed deer, fox, beaver, bobcat, and moose.
  • Water sports are endless, and the sand beaches offer solace.
  • The fishing possibilities are extraordinary, and the boating and yachting is premier.
Best Time
  • If you privilege warm and agreeable weather, early Autumn is the best time to visit Michigan.
  • As for Summer, well, this is simply the most popular period.


  • Michigan is served by four Class I railroads: the Canadian National Railway, the Canadian Pacific Railway, CSX Transportation, and the Norfolk Southern Railway.
  • Amtrak passenger rail services the state, connecting many southern and western Michigan cities to Chicago, Illinois.
  • There are plans for commuter rail for Detroit and its suburbs.


  • Interstate 75 is the main thoroughfare between Detroit, Flint, and Saginaw extending north to Sault Sainte Marie and providing access to Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario.
  • Branching highways include I-275 and I-375 in Detroit; I-475 in Flint; and I-675 in Saginaw.
  • Interstate 69 enters the state near the Michigan-Ohio-Indiana border, and it extends to Port Huron and provides access to the Blue Water Bridge crossing into Sarnia, Ontario.
  • U.S. Route 2 enters Michigan at the city of Ironwood and runs east to the town of Crystal Falls, where it turns south and briefly re-enters Wisconsin northwest of Florence.


  • The Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is by far Michigan\'s busiest airport, followed by the Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids.
  • Do not go to Michigan in the Winter and the early Spring.
  • Avoid July and August.
  • The Upper Peninsula has vast beauty and history that makes it a special area.
  • Marie is the oldest city in the Midwest U.S.
  • And site of much cultural diversity.
  • And its Soo Locks waterway gets the most industrial usage in the world.