Each region of Michigan is diverse. Each has its own special personality and feel - something that only being there can reveal. Likewise, each Michigan bed and breakfast is imbued with the unique personalities, dreams, and experiences of the innkeepers.
But at a bed and breakfast Michigan, it's all about you. Take the time to discover the regions of Michigan.
Head into the wilderness of the Upper Peninsula, where there are more trees than people. Hike, ski, and bike miles of trails through hardwood forests, along the tops of sand cliffs, and past roaring rivers. Stand atop solitary Michigan lighthouses and be buffeted by the wind. Watch the aurora borealis dance in the night sky. Charter a fishing boat and bring home a trophy fish. Learn the history and culture of the Straits of Mackinac - where the Ojibwa, Huron, Odawa tribes and the French coexisted - in the Museum of Ojibwa Culture in St. Ignace. Visit Michigan wineries overlooking Lake Michigan. Rediscover yourself at Upper Peninsula Michigan bed and breakfasts.
Unearth the secrets of Northeast Michigan. The Mackinaw State Forest and the Huron National Forest dominate this land, making it an ideal spot for hiking, skiing, and fishing. Canoe or kayak the Au Sauble River, famous for flyfishing. Take the ferry to Mackinac Island from Cheboygan or Mackinaw City. Learn why Gaylord is a golfing mecca and why there are so many shipwrecks in Thunder and Saginaw Bays. Visit Michigan lighthouses overlooking Lake Huron and the Sunrise Side of Michigan. Enjoy Lake Huron shoreline towns that are magnets for fishermen. You'll find lots of natural beauty and Northeast Michigan bed and breakfasts along the way.
Northwest Michigan is where chic meets casual. World-class golf, ski mountains and trails, numerous Michigan wineries, art, culture, history. What’s not to like? There is much to discover between Mackinaw City and Manistee, between Grand Traverse Bay and Burt Lake. Ride the multi-use trail between Mackinaw City and Petoskey, on Little Traverse Bay. Take your pick of championship golf courses. Drink Michigan wine and enjoy a fabulous meal in Traverse City. Fish on Crystal Lake or dozens of others. Let yourself be pampered in Northwest Michigan bed and breakfasts.
The beaches and coastal towns of Lake Michigan are a year-round draw, but when you're in Southwest Michigan, take time to appreciate the bounty from the region's rich farmland. Farm stands or u-pick farms provide ample supplies of tart cherries, sweet blueberries, and so much more in season. Plan a trip to Southwest Michigan bed and breakfasts around its wine and beer trai l. You'll find many winerie s and specialty brewers. Of course, Southwest Michigan also has great skiing, hiking, paddling, swimming, horseback riding and rail-trails, too.
Southeast Michigan is a hopping place with the many attractions of Ann Arbor, Lansing and the Detroit metro area. You'll find great art, food, entertainment, sports and more. But in Southeast Michigan, you'll also small towns, farms, parks and forests, bike trails, rivers for paddling and flyfishing, and more. Bridges in Detroit and Port Huron and a tunnel in Detroit make it easy to come and go from Canada. Explore Lexington, Harbor Beach and other towns on the Lake Huron shore. Bed and breakfasts Southeast Michigan provide a romantic or relaxing escape close to Michigan's most populous area.