2 06, 2020

Camper Perspective: Region by Region Activities for Dog Owners

2020-06-03T09:02:09-04:00

Looking for something to do with your best friend? And by "friend," we mean your dog. There are lots of places in Michigan that welcome you both, giving you a chance to get some exercise or enjoy a bite together - maybe a beer or glass of wine for you and a doggy dish for [...]

Camper Perspective: Region by Region Activities for Dog Owners2020-06-03T09:02:09-04:00
29 04, 2020

Escape to these 12 Michigan Walking Trails

2020-04-30T09:56:19-04:00

“To walk in nature is to witness a thousand miracles.”—Mary Davis This poignant description seems to strike the core of those of us who love being outside. Now with the coronavirus, when so much of our professional and social lives have been put on hold, the outdoors has turned into a refuge for many. Before, Mother Nature [...]

Escape to these 12 Michigan Walking Trails2020-04-30T09:56:19-04:00
26 02, 2020

Driving Tour: Makers & Shakers Beer, Wine, and Spirits Trail

2020-02-26T10:29:13-05:00

Lansing may be the capital of Michigan and have its share of history, but it’s also home to many fine establishments that offer exceptional libations. From hard cider to distilled spirits to craft brews, the Greater Lansing area’s Makers & Shakers Beer, Wine and Spirits Trail has something for everyone. Some of the trail is walkable, [...]

Driving Tour: Makers & Shakers Beer, Wine, and Spirits Trail2020-02-26T10:29:13-05:00
3 12, 2019

Give the Gift of Experiences this Christmas

2019-12-03T12:17:23-05:00

When the holiday season is in full swing, our inboxes, ears, and eyes can be overwhelmed with the sights and sounds of commercialism. Buy this! Half off! Buy more, more, more! There is a growing trend, especially among Millennials, of skipping the pricey gifts and focusing on gifting experiences instead – something that can be [...]

Give the Gift of Experiences this Christmas2019-12-03T12:17:23-05:00
25 09, 2019

12 Michigan Trails to Hike to See Fall Colors

2019-09-25T21:57:00-04:00

One of the best parts of autumn is being able to get out hiking in cooler weather. Gone are the stifling hot summer days. In the fall, you can go hiking almost any time of the day. Even better, the leaves of the hardwood trees transform, giving hikers a distinctive trail experience. There are hundreds [...]

12 Michigan Trails to Hike to See Fall Colors2019-09-25T21:57:00-04:00
1 06, 2019

10 Outdoor Adventures in Michigan

2019-07-23T16:16:24-04:00

Celebrate summer with these outstanding outdoor destinations and adventures you can find only in Pure Michigan. Bike the Heritage Trail, Glen Arbor, Leelanau County: This hard-surfaced, non-motorized trail is 27 miles long, connecting Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park attractions and the picturesque town of Glen Arbor. There are several trailheads, which will affect your length [...]

10 Outdoor Adventures in Michigan2019-07-23T16:16:24-04:00
23 01, 2019

Central Michigan Region Driving Tour: Irish Hills

2019-01-23T11:53:05-05:00

There’s a part of central Michigan known as the Irish Hills. According to the website, area encompasses parts of two counties (Jackson and Lenawee), as well as Onsted, Tipton, Somerset Center, Napoleon, Norvell, Cement City, Clarklake, and more. The name originated from the Irish immigrants who settled the area in the mid-1800s. Truly an honor [...]

Central Michigan Region Driving Tour: Irish Hills2019-01-23T11:53:05-05:00
7 06, 2018

South Central Region Driving Tour – Small Town Charm

2018-06-07T09:25:05-04:00

  Driving a big rig down some of these quaint small town streets can be a challenge, if downright impossible. Take the toad or choose to park on a side street or grocery store parking lot so that you can walk into town. Driving Time: 1 hour, 55 minutes Distance: 85.3 miles #1: Hillsdale The [...]

South Central Region Driving Tour – Small Town Charm2018-06-07T09:25:05-04:00