Explore the Great Lakes and more from Michigan's bed & breakfasts
With 3, 200 miles of shoreline, Michigan's lakeshores are arguably the biggest attraction for travelers. A Michigan bed and breakfast will offer beautiful views and access to the state's incredible natural beauty. The lakeshore is also home to the state's 115 lighthouses, 34 that are accessible to visitors. The lakeshore also offers visitors access to fishing, boating, hiking, swimming and more. The lakeshore is also home to one of the state's most recognizable landmarks, the Mackinaw Bridge.
Michigan's inland also has much to offer travelers, including 850 public golf courses, nearly 100 state parks, and 11, 000 inland lakes. The state is also home to numerous museums, such as the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, and Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.
From dinner cruises to wineries, Michigan has plenty to tempt your tastebuds, including the delicacies available at many Michigan inns. In Michigan's Northern Lower Peninsula, wineries and orchards are abundant, while the southern portion of the state offers travelers a bounty of nightlife and fine dining.
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