If you’re looking for Michigan outdoor adventures, you’ll find plenty to do. You can use these ideas to plan your outdoor adventures.
As soon as you arrive, check-in at the Visitor’s Center and Museum. It provides South Manitou Island’s history. The Visitor’s Center is the perfect place to finalize your plans for the day.
We took a horse-drawn carriage tour of the island and stopped for a look at the lake through Arch Rock.
Spend some time discovering nature in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where you’ll find about 200 waterfalls.
Public gardens are abundant in Michigan, and I had a hard time deciding which ones to mention. Three of my favorites are Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, Dow Gardens in Midland, and Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor.
With 150 lighthouses, Michigan has more than any other state. Explore a bit of Michigan’s nautical history at the museum inside the Grand Traverse Lighthouse.
Michigan ranks second in the nation for the most trail ways, and Lansing contributes more than 13 miles of River Trail running from downtown Lansing to MSU’s campus.