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Looking for some other activities while you're staying? Here are some of Northern Michigan's most popular destinations. 

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Manistee Lighthouse

Manistee County offers over 25 miles of sandy Lake Michigan shoreline, three Lake Michigan harbors, inland lakes, 270 miles of rivers and four-season fisheries.

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Sleeping Bear Dunes

Named the “Most Beautiful Place in America", the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes features water, woodlands, and sand, on it's 65 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline.

Mackinaw Island

From the historic Fort Mackinac, horse-drawn carriages, and natural landmarks, Mackinac Island is world-renowned tourist destination.

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Traverse City, Michigan

Located along the coast of Lake Michigan, Traverse City is known for its rich history, shopping opportunities, and various natural attractions.

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Crystal Mountain

Aa a four-season, 28 miles resort, Crystal Mountain is known for its golfing, skiing, and dozens of other acitivties for the entire family.

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Lake County, Michigan

Located in beautiful Northern Michigan, Lake County offers a variety of shops, galleries, and restaurants around its surrounding lakes.

Sandcastle's Children Museum

With over 30 hands-on displays, Sandcastle's Children museum in Ludington will spark your child's curiosity and ignite your passion for learning.

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Cadillac, Michigan

With numerous inland lakes, rivers, trails, and shopping opportuntiies, Cadillac offers a varity of activities year round.

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