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
Retail Farm Market & U-Pick, Ready to take away fresh fruits, vegetables, pumpkins, cider, jams, honey and pies at the retail location - 6405 109th Ave. at 64th St. 3 miles eat of I-196 exit 26 just north of South Haven. U-pick sweet and sour cherries, peaches, plums, apples and pumpkins in season.
Fruit Acres Farms is a 230 acre fruit farm owned by the same family since 1846. The current owners, Randy and Annette, are the 5th generation to operate the orchard. We grow Big black Sweet Peach trees in bloomCherries, Sour Pie Cherries, and Crisp Juicy Flavorful Apples.
Jollay Orchards is a unique entertainment experience -- blending a working Orchard with Family Activities. With manicured U-pick Orchards and many activities to fill a day, your family will be delighted to play, learn and enjoy the season.
Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch Located in Edwardsburg, Michigan
We enjoy seeing all our old friends along with making new ones. If you are looking for fun, family entertainment in Cass County, Michigan, make plans to visit Amazing Acres Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch.
Husted's Farm is family owned and operated for over 45 years by Glenn and Scott Husted. We specialize in fruits and vegetables grown in southwest Michigan from June until November. Our excellent staff is able to create culinary delights from the freshest fruits and vegetables Michigan has to offer.
Don and Eleanor Iott, both retired educators, own and operate Nottawa Fruit Farm. Although "Farming" in the Nottawa area can be traced back several generations on Eleanor's side, the retail business was begun with the planting of one-half acre of strawberries and then selling them from a card table in their front yard.
Gala apples are all picked for 2016- unfortunately there were only a few Gala apples this season (due to May weather in our area).
We are out of peaches & apples today. We plan to start picking Autumn Star peaches and Honeycrisp apples on Sat Sept. 10th. both are available for u-pick.
Kim and Roger Stokes planted their first Blueberry field in 1978. It was quite a gamble at the time, but with dedication, hard work and lots of prayers, their small business soon began to thrive.
A true farm market of Michigan offering fresh Michigan fruit and our own fresh vegetables. We are known for high quality plants, fruits, and vegetables. Also farm has 2 goat mountains, mint tours by appt., and 3 miles long fall wagon rides.
pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, apples, wagon rides
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