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Great Fun in the Great Lakes State

Just as its wide-ranging economy offers businesses and developers a surfeit of opportunity, Michigan presents a huge variety of things to see and do to the state’s visitors. For lovers of the outdoors, the thousands of miles of Great Lakes shoreline (on four of the five Great Lakes) is not just a starting point, but an example of the extent of what Michigan offers. Toward the north end of Lake Michigan, at the “pinky” of the lower peninsula’s “mitten,” is the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, which comprises backpacker’s havens like North Manitou Island as well as miles of trails for the day tripper. Just south of the Dunes is the town of Frankfort where you can charter a boat and fish for Lake Michigan’s large and tasty coho and steelhead salmon. And not too far away are the famed trout streams, the Manistee and Ausable Rivers. On Lake Superior,…Log In to Read Full Article

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