Top 50 Things to do in Michigan

Great view on Lake Michigan

50. The Mackinac Bridge

49. Mackinac Island

48. Lugnuts

47. Soaring Eagle Casino

46. Michigan Football Game

45. MSU/Michigan Hockey Game

44. Silver Bells ( The lighting of the Christmas Tree at the Capitol)

43. Skiing at Boyne resorts

42. Picking Cherries in Traverse City

41. Snowmobiling in the U.P.

40. The Ford Museum

39. Dollar Beers at Griffin’s Hockey

38. Michigan Adventures

37.Detroit Zoo

36. Ikea

35.  Detroit Auto Show

34. Red Wings Hockey Game

33. Sleeping Bear Dunes

32. GreekTown

31. Lions Game

30. Harbor springs

29. Grand Rapids Food Festival

28. Eating in Downtown Ann Arbor

27. Water Skiing on one of the many small lakes (Walloon Lake)

26. 1913 Room

25. Fishing on one of the many small lakes (Burt Lake)

24. Jackson Harness Raceway

23. MIS Speedway

22. Rothberry

21. Birthday Bash

20. Buick Open

19. MSU Football game

18. Hunting

17. Fox theatre Detroit

16. Summerset mall

15. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade

14. Douglas Lake Bar

13. Bay Harbor Bike Riding

12.  Van Andel arena (Concerts, Sports, Shows)

11. Hockeytown Cafe

10. Bistro Restaurant Grand Rapids

9. Picture Rock

8. MSU Basketaball Game

7. Tiger Game

6. Pistons Game

5. Michigan vs. MSU football

4. Golf in Northern Michigan (Crystal Downs)

3.Grand Haven (Coast Guard Fest)

2. Great LakesGreat view on Lake Michigan

1. You decide, let me know



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3 responses to “Top 50 Things to do in Michigan

  1. JR

    Meijer Gardens Summer Concert Series
    Polish Festival- Downtown GR
    State of Michigan BBQ Championship- John Ball Park
    Silver Lake BBQ Championship- Mears, MI
    Oval Beach- Saugatuck
    New Buffalo

  2. vallien

    ooh, there are a lot of good ones! I’d add:

    Restaurant Bloom – Downtown GR
    Founders – Downtown GR
    Omelette Shoppe

    of course… all I can add is good food. 🙂

  3. Kevin

    Manitou Islands — easiest wilderness experience available. (Don’t all go now and ruin it.)

    Fishing and camping on the Little Two Hearted River (see Hemingway)

    Isle Royale!

    Catch a concert or dance or play at Interlochen (visit for a few hours during the camp season and soak up the energy… take your kids for inspiration).

    Float down the Platte river into Lake Michigan

    Cross the Mackinac bridge (better yet, do it on foot or on bike during a special event).

    Copper country on the Keewanau

    Explore the wineries and artist studios on the Leelanau penninsula

    Suttons Bay theater

    Hungry Tummy in Benzonia
    Newberry Pizza in the UP
    (OK, those last two are childhood memories)

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