Michigan Travel to
ATTRACTIONS: (a few major)
Michigan is ringed by the Great Lakes and home to the world's longest freshwater coastline. Here you will find countless miles of beaches, more than 100 lighthouses and numerous (maritime) historical points-of-interest.
Outdoor activities are plentiful year-round, including biking, boating, camping, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, and of course, world-class fishing
Some of Michigan's most popular attractions include the 24/7 city of Detroit, Greenfield Village, the Henry Ford Museum, Isle Royal National Park, Mackinac Island, Upper Peninsula and Sugarloaf Mountain, and the Soo Locks at Sault Sainte Marie. For additional choices and information, follow the links below.
- Electricity: 110/120V, 60Hz
- Times to Travel: Michigan offers a fun family vacation destination at any time of the year. Cold, snowy conditions are common in winter, offering exceptional hunting, ice fishing, skating, skiing, and snowmobiling. Summer is the time to enjoy the beautiful scenery and the miles of beaches and the lush greenery.
TOURISM SITES AND LINKS:
- Covered Bridges
- Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum
- Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
- Hunting and Fishing
- Isle Royal National Park
- Mackinac Bridge
- Mackinac Island
- Michigan Airports
- Michigan Golf Courses
- Michigan Lighthouses
- Michigan Ski Resorts
- Michigan State Parks
- Michigan State Tourism
- Michigan State Tourism (800) 644-2489
- Michigan Transportation Information
- Michigan Wineries
- National Register Historic Places
- Sault Ste Marie
- U.S. National Park Service
- West Michigan Tourist Association
PASSPORTS - TRAVEL VISAS:
United States entry requirements are the same in all states, with most foreign travelers requiring a visa. There are exceptions as Canadian citizens only need proof of that citizenship. Travelers coming to the U.S. for tourism or business for 90 days or less from qualified countries may be eligible to visit the U.S. without a visa.
Beautiful fall colors, Michigan