Crooked Lake Resort is the place to go to rekindle the memory of a childhood experience; spending time with the family in a lakeside cabin This small resort offers something many of the big resorts can’t, a chance to share the experience of the family cabin without having to actually purchase the space. The cabins [...]
Crystal Mountain Resort in Michigan in one of the area’s premier ski properties. While many places call themselves ski resorts, this is truly the case at Crystal Mountain! Challenging ski areas, designed for all skill levels, as weill as luxury accomodations are par for the course here. Crystal Mountain is home to over 40 downhill [...]
The Garland Lodge is truly an experience, beginning at first time glance of the lodge. While the main lodge is a log cabin, this sprawling property is far from the ordinary sparse log cabin. The main lodge is several stories of raw materials that pay tribute to the great outdoors, but the rooms available for [...]
The Homestead in Michigan is a home away from home for any outdoor enthusiast. With it’s Lake Michigan location, this resort offers a true vacation, just about anytime of year. During the winter months, the area’s true beauty can be seen as one explores via cross country skis or even a dog sled. While most [...]
Michigan Winter Resorts
Michigan is known for it's vast outdoors and access to a wide range of outdoor activities. With almost 100 state parks, Michigan is the ultimate destination for a winter trip that focuses on the outdoors.
The state parks of Michigan vary from the coastal waters, to the rugged hills perfect for skiing and the Sleeping Bear Dunes. Just as the sites in Michigan vary, the winter destinations do too.
One can opt for a classic family vacation at a lake side cabin at the Crooked Lake Resort. This is a great way to explore the natural beauty of the Michigan outdoors while spending quality family time. The small town feel of this resort is the perfect escape from everyday life and builds the type of family traditions that last years to come. The cabins are not only a family destination but also a great jumping off point for a weekend with friends spent snowmobiling or hunting. The resort even rents out snowmobiles for guest use.
Just as the culture of Michigan has many sides, the resorts within Michigan do as well. Beyond the cabins at Crooked Lake, there are several world class resorts to enjoy resort luxury. The resorts of Michigan offer some of the best access to winter sports around.
Traverse City and it's resort selection offer another Michigan experience. A key part of Traverse City is the Sleeping Bear Dunes. The dunes are a spectacular part of the winter outdoors of the Homestead Resort. This resort offers visitors the chance to explore some of the prettiest parts of the state while enjoying the top notch service of a resort. The Homestead Resort is a world class resort and offers a full range of activities and services. It is a nice combination of the splendor of the Michigan outdoor experience with the benefits of resort luxury.
Whether one is looking to enjoy the outdoors of a Michigan winter in a rustic cabin or at a large winter resort, Michigan also has a range of cultural activities that must be included in any trip to the state. one of these activities is a visit to Henry F. Ford. Henry F. Ford is part museum and part an interactive journey into American History.
Henry F. Ford is a must see part of a trip to Michigan just for the unique experiences one can not get anywhere else. The exhibits offer a visitor the chance to interact and explore some key parts of history. For example, one can touch, and interact with the actual bus Rosa Parks made her fateful stand on. While this day in history is something one can read about, at the Henry F. Ford one can also see it first hand.
This interactive museum houses so many interesting exhibits that it is sure to be a favorite part of a trip to Michigan for both individuals and families alike. Where else can one explore the brace efforts of Rosa Parks and then moments later see the garage where the Wright Brothers tinkered around until they got off the ground. The unique and interactive nature of the museum is one reason it is ranked as Michigan's number one tourist spot.
Whether one is hoping for a quiet family weekend in the outdoors or a big resort trip, Michigan has a great deal to share in the winter. The state is known for it's rustic scenery and it truly comes alive during the winter months. This scenery can be enjoyed on it's one or as a part of one of many winter sports. Michigan provides the scenery and one then makes the experience their own. A trip to explore a Michigan winter is nicely completed by a trip to Henry F. Ford to also explore some keys parts of American History.