What to See and Do in Michigan
Guide to What To See & Do in Michigan
Michigan if full of fun activities for everyone young and old. With one mile of lakes or waterways for every 5 miles of land you cannot help but find the fun. Michigan is a full four season state and here every season brings another version of attractions and activities! The hardest part is to know where to start.
What to Do and See in Michigan
Welcome to Alpine Valley – Southeast Michigan’s Mountain of Fun for the whole family! Imagine beautiful surroundings, 25 picturesque tree-lined slopes, 9 chairlifts, 4 rope tows, a magic carpet, and four terrain parks all rolled into the largest and most scenic ski area in southern Michigan and you have Alpine Valley
Since 1960, Mt. Brighton Ski Area in Southeast Michigan has been one of the legendary family winter destinations on the Midwest snowsports scene. Skiers and riders from Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing and Northwest Ohio can easily access 25 trails and five lifts covering 130 acres.
Challenging enlarged Terrain Park which features a quarter-pipe and more terrain for skiers and boarders this season. 15 trails that cascade over beautifully wooded hills. Pumpkin Park for riders to learn new skills and work on new tricks. Five chairlifts, five surface tows, snowmaking, night skiing and snow tubing.
Bittersweet Ski Resort in the scenic Kalamazoo River Valley is Southwest Michigan's premier ski area. Skier friendly, night skiing, complete snow making and grooming, huge lift capacity and friendly helpful staff to make your visit pleasurable. The Terrain Park will feature new obstacles this year and is served by its own chairlift.
The best snow in the Midwest awaits you at Blackjack Resort. Our 200 average inches of snowfall, our state of the art snowmaking system and the exceptional attention to grooming will give you the superior skiing and boarding experience you're looking for.
Indianhead Mountain Resort is a four-season resort offering 29 downhill skiing slopes, snowboarding and an average of 17 feet of snow per year. The village and resort facilities are located on top of the mountain overlooking the Ottawa National Forest.
Ski area with 25 runs and a 600 foot vertical. We ski five nights a week and have three terrain parks with three chair lifts and a bunny tow. Ski or snowboard lessons offered.
Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort is ranked one of the Top 5 Midwest Resorts, Big Powderhorn Ski Area is located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and offers 33 downhill trails,
What to See and Do in Michigan by Region
- REGION 1: Detroit Area
- REGION 2: Battle Creek Area
- REGION 3: Kalamazoo Area
- REGION 4: Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas
- REGION 5: Lansing to Saginaw Area
- REGION 6: Michigan Thumb Area
- REGION 7: Central Lower Peninsula
- REGION 8: Muskegon to Newaygo Area
- REGION 9: Traverse City Area
- REGION 10: Gaylord Area
- REGION 11: Charlevoix Area
- REGION 12: From the Mackinac Bridge North
- REGION 13: Menominee Area
- REGION 14: Marquette Area
- REGION 15: Northwestern Upper Peninsula