Greater Lansing is famous for the three Cs, cars, the capital, and the campus at Michigan State University.
Although almost half a million people call the Greater Lansing area home, Lansing offers a small-town atmosphere while featuring ample city comforts.
The indoor space offers a good time, no matter the weather. The electric race karts imported from Italy offer 50-mile-per-hour speeds—without fumes.
Before you head home, you’ll want to grab some official Michigan products to remember some flavors you’ve enjoyed in the Mitten State.
Shows at the Eastwood Town Center and Lake Lansing Park South have the most effortless free parking. Lake Lansing Park South opens to free access beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Located in downtown Lansing, the 25,000 square-foot, single-story museum features over 60 vehicles.
The course outlines the banks of the Red Cedar and Grand Rivers and is perfect for running, biking, and inline skating.
While Michigan’s Victorian-era capitol is a government building, it could be mistaken for an art museum.