We found 11 great ideas of things to do in Michigan in winter. From sled dog racing to explore ice caves, Michigan has unique things to do all winter long.
With winter weather now over much of Michigan, its a good time to review some cold weather emergency tips.
Cold weather warnings and storms this time of year can be mild, or severe (lasting days, with strong winds and low temperatures).
The Great Lakes region may be frozen during the winter, but this opens up many opportunities. You can take hikes in your snowshoes or follow a cross-country ski trail. Climb on board a snowmobile for a tour or relax in an indoor waterpark’s lazy river. Whatever you need from your winter vacation, the Great Lakes have something to offer, with incredible views to enjoy along the way.
Get your car ready for winter with these five simple tasks. This will ensure you have a trouble free winter driving experience near the Great Lakes.
Our homes are our safe havens from the cold weather, but even the most well-insulated and winterized homes can’t protect us from everything. Here are ten ways to prepare your Michigan home for winter.
Anglers from cold climates know that they need to prepare their boats for the long, hard months of winter. And even in areas blessed with milder weather, if you’re not going to be hitting the water again until spring, it’s a very, very good idea to winterize your boat.