Port Huron is known as the "Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes" with unique sites to be..Frankenmuth Information
Frankenmuth is a thriving community of 4,900 residents who take great pride in preserving the..Flint Information
Incorporated in 1855, visitors to Flint, Michigan will be very impressed by the amount of..Owosso Information
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The oldest county town is rich in history and presents a warm and friendly atmosphere in which to..Saginaw Information
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The "Thumb" of Michigan’s Mitten is a mix of logging-era port cities along the Lake Huron shore and rich agricultural land now attracting visitors who gawk at a new crop in the fields near Elkton and Ubly: 400-foot tall wind turbines.
Willkommen to Frankenmuth, called "Little Bavaria" for the cultural heritage of its founders. Frankenmuth is famous for its family-style chicken dinners at the Bavarian Inn and Zehnder’s restaurants plus Bronner’s, the world’s largest Christmas store. Nearby Flint, the birthplace of General Motors, boasts a fine art institute, the multi-dimensional Sloan Museum, and family-friendly Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad. Train buffs head to Owosso and the Steam Railroading Institute for steam and diesel-powered rail excursions.
The Great Lakes Bay Region offers Tall Ships sailing experiences out of Bay City, Midland’s Dow Gardens, the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum near Saginaw, eco-tours of Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, and Tobico Marsh, a National Natural Landmark.
Each July Port Huron welcomes boat lovers to the Bluewater Fest and start of the storied Bayview sailboat race to Mackinac Island. From Port Huron, State Route 25 follows the Lake Huron shore through a string of resort towns that invite a leisurely drive---or, for experienced sea kayakers---an exhilarating paddle along the Tip of the Thumb Heritage Water Trail.
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