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  • Michigan Group Tour Destinations

    What makes Michigan’s 3,200 miles of freshwater coastline and thousands of inland lakes, rivers and streams so different is simple: It’s how we use them. After all, a lake is just a lake until you paddle through with an experienced guide and feel its drops kiss your arms and face, or pilot a schooner with a trusted captain and hear winds rippling through its sails. Don’t just breathe it. Let it surround and wash over you. Let currents move you, opening your eyes to lodgings, attractions and communities by embracing blue backdrops inspired by crashing waves or trickling waters in the background. 

    • Celebrating 40 Years!

      40 years ago, the first marketing organization in the U.S. dedicated to promoting group travel was born.  We did it first, and believe no one does it better.

      Surrounded by four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan is a freshwater lover’s dream. We know you’ll love it here!  Let us show you a few of our favorite things.

    • More Lighthouses Than Any Other State

      2Short and squat, or tall and lean, each of Michigan’s uniquely-beautiful lighthouses plays its part in keeping the Great Lakes safe. With 3,200 miles of shoreline and one of the nation’s most active waterways, it’s no wonder that Michigan claims more lighthouses than any other state in the country.

      Photo By: Lisa Kukulski
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