The Oakland Hotel is a beloved St. Clair, Michigan treasure, offering guests an unforgettable glimpse into the town’s rich history and architectural heritage. From its early days as a bustling hub for tourists and industrial workers to its current status as a beautifully restored and modernized landmark, the hotel remains a vital part of the community’s identity.
It’s challenging to travel without breaking your budget. We did some research and found these 16 cheap places to visit in Michigan that were fun …
Michigan has had a fascinating history in the Great Lakes region. After Europeans first set foot in Sault St Marie, it attracted the colonial powers …
Over the past year, we have made several trips to Wisconsin to see family. We found that in the land of brewing beer and dairy farms, there are many famous Wisconsin foods. We’ve uncovered abundant comfort foods such as brats, cheese dips, pasties, cream puffs, and Kringles. But one American favorite makes a list with this simple, delicious topping.
Port Hope is nestled on the shore of Lake Huron in Michigan’s Thumb. Rich in history, this tiny village is perfect to walk and explore its late 19th century architecture.
Here are three more notables among 140 films that located sets in Michigan for all or part of production.
In the mid to late 1800s steamships traveling on the Great Lakes were the only way to get to most cities.
Cruising via paddlewheel steamer gave rise to our northern Michigan tourism industry and the start of the term “Going Up North” Prior to the railroads and automobiles.
The Saginaw Trail is the oldest and most traveled route in the Indian trail system in Michigan. Starting from the Straits of Detroit to Saginaw. It was a trading route with many other trails leading off. Today the trail is denoted as a great American Roadway starting with Woodward Avenue in Detroit.