This national lakeshore features 35 miles of sandy beaches, towering dunes, lush forests, and inland lakes.
This state park boasts one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River, as well as smaller cascades, rapids, and trails.
This national battlefield park preserves the site of the Battle of Frenchtown, a pivotal event in the War of 1812.
This national lakeshore is named for its colorful sandstone cliffs and caves, which are best seen from the water.
This national park is a remote island in Lake Superior, where you can experience true wilderness and solitude.
This national historical park showcases the copper mining heritage of the Upper Peninsula, dating back 7,000 years.
This international dark sky park offers a spectacular view of the night sky, free from light pollution.
This national heritage area celebrates the automotive industry and culture of southeast Michigan.
This national forest covers almost one million acres of land, offering a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities.
This national forest consists of two separate areas, each with its own attractions and activities.
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This campground is part of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, and offers a rustic and scenic setting for camping.
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