13 Spots in Michigan That Any Local Should Be Proud Of

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by Michael Bonocore Apr 1, 2015

Michigan, the only state in America to consist of two peninsulas, contains coastline from four of the five Great Lakes. This extensive coastline contains more lighthouses than any other state in America. Marshes, lakes, and islands make up most of Michigan’s geography, much of which is frozen throughout the cold winter months. As out-of-state visitor numbers increase every year, more tourists are finding these hidden locations that have been known by Michigan’s 10 million residents for years.

1. South Haven

By Charles Anderson

2. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

By Kenneth Snyder

3. Good Harbor Beach

By Julian Bunker

4. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

By Dan Gifford

5. Brimley

By Rafic Alaouie

6. Mackinac Bridge

By Zak Paulus

7. Stony Lake

By Tony Perszyk

8. Hiawatha National Forest

By Jonathan Verstrate

9. St. Joseph

By Michael Lanzetta

10. Northern Michigan

By Robert Hall

11. Huron River, Ann Arbor

By Bhumsoo Kim

12. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

By Steve Perry

13. Isle Royale National Park, Northern Michigan

By Shawn Stockman-Malone

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