After a long, cold Michigan winter, there’s nothing better than being outside, soaking up the warmth of our surprisingly warm summers. From Lake Michigan to Lake Huron, it’s not hard to find a small town or large city holding various festivals and celebrations from May-August. We’ve compiled a list of Michigan happenings for you, your family and your friends to enjoy. Get out and visit a town you’ve never heard of; you could learn something new and have some fun along the way.
Lake Michigan has long drawn millions of visitors every year to its gorgeous sandy beaches, towering sand dunes, wonderful towns and villages, and of course the lake the Ojibwa Indian’s called “mishigami.”
The Midwest is well-known for being a great place to enjoy music throughout the summer months, and 2018 is going to be one of the best years yet for concert goers. If your group is seeking a concert event to remember for years to come, here are five that promise to entertain and enthrall!
West Michigan has an incredible wealth of fantastic places to visit. You can enjoy awesome food and beverages, take in shows and concerts, view some of the state’s most beautiful vistas, or plan any of hundreds of other great ways to spend a day during your group tour. Here are four great venues to visit on a tour of west Michigan that will have a little — or a lot — of something for everyone.
Ask anyone what matters most when choosing a charter bus company for group transportation and—hands down—they will tell you “bus safety.” But how can a travel planner know for sure that passengers will be safe?
Michigan is truly a state with a seemingly endless number of events and venues that are perfect for group charter trips. No matter what your group likes to do, Michigan has a place and a time to enjoy it. So, here’s a breakdown to help you and your group narrow your choices and start planning your next charter trip.
Plan a bus trip this summer and it could help keep your family together by forging bonds between generations and creating memories. As more baby boomers retire, multigenerational vacations (aka “togethering”) are becoming a travel niche and give families time to just relax and enjoy each other, without all the hassles of work, school and daily life.
A well-kept secret, Michigan’s upper peninsula is a treasure trove of wonderful things to experience. From the majesty of mother nature to adventures second to none, the U.P. truly offers something for everyone. Whether you are seeking a single destination for your group or even a tour of places you’ve never been before, the U.P. has many hidden gems to share. Here are five to get you thinking about the possibilities!
What’s the deal with roller coasters?
No, seriously. Why do so many of us—being of sound mind and body—dish out our hard-earned money to wait in long lines for the privilege of screaming in terror as we are forcefully jolted around and catapulted through the air, out of our control?
Turns out, there are theories about that.