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Wine Inns: A Perfect Fall Getaway

These wine inns provide a delicious opportunity to relax for a weekend, enjoy fall colors and sip your favorite reds and whites.

A Brush With History

Throughout a creative life that spans nearly half a century, Michigan-based maritime artist Robert McGreevy has quietly evolved into something of a freshwater renaissance man.

Michigan’s Oldest Family Farm

Repurposing may be a modern trend, but the descendants of William and Alexander Macomb have been using that principle successfully since 1776, reinventing, redefining and repurposing their family farm across three centuries and eight generations.

Sunrise Surprise

Lake Huron community weaves nature, commerce, past and present together

Pining for the Porkies

Remote hikes, beautiful vistas and rustic cabins found in this Michigan wilderness

Finding Their Balance

Ella Skrocki was just 4 years old when she first toyed around with a surfboard on Lake Michigan. Regardless of weather, she and her parents, Beryl and Frank Skrocki, and younger siblings Reiss and Annabel, often played on the water.

Of Cattails & Bootleggers

Kayakers explore historic canals and learn about Detroit's wild side

Saving Fishtown

Leland’s historic Fishtown, once a fishing village and now a tourist destination, is being rescued from Lake Michigan’s waters by community supporters and the Fishtown Preservation Society.

Making History on Lake Michigan

Nationally significant home lovingly restored to its former glory
Lodge owner Frank Willetts is in his element on the river.

For Love of Trout

Ryan White remembers exactly how he became a fishing guide.




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