Moon Publications. 380 pages. Michigan, readers finally have a comprehensive guide to a state that boasts awe-inspiring waterfalls, the nation's highest sand dunes, virgin pine forests, and more shoreline than any other U.S. state except Alaska. Author Tina Lassen covers outdoor activities, such as biking Mackinac Island and skiing Big Snow Country, and unique sights, like tourable lighthouses and the American Museum of Magic.
Moon Publications. 250 pages. Travel writer and Michigan native Josh Bishop provides an insider's view of the Upper Peninsula, from Mackinac Island's horse-drawn carriages and historic Grand Hotel to the dense yet easily accessible Hiawatha National Forest. Josh includes several trip strategies that highlight the region's unique sights, including a "Waterfall Tour" and a section devoted to "Winter Activities" like skiing and snowmobiling. Josh also structured the book to guide travelers in a loop around the peninsula, making the information more accessible and easy-to-follow. Whether it's exploring the miles of trails on the Keweenaw Peninsula or kayaking in Isle Royale National Park, Moon Michigan's Upper Peninsula provides all the information needed for a more personal and memorable experience.
NTC Publishing Group. 176 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes black and white illustrations. Ramble through Michigan's rural heartland on 10 weekend tours that follow winding back roads and lead to an endless variety of country attractions.
Globe Pequot Press. 208 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes 5 maps. Features: Suggested age range, address, phone numbers, hours, season of operation, and admission cost; highlighted free attractions for the budget-minded; icons for at-a-glance descriptions of destinations; listings at the end of each section for kid-friendly accommodations and restaurants; sidebars for making travel with children easier; all written in a humorous manner, and expressed in an honest opinionated style.
Globe Pequot Press. 225 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes 9 maps and 17 illustrations. Discover hidden gems and secret places in Michigan. Knowledgeably written and extensively researched, this guide takes the focus off mainstream tourist attractions and shines the spotlight squarely on the offbeat and unique. With a lively, user-friendly interior design and "fact blocks" stuffed with at-a-glance practical information, including dining, lodging, Web sites, and insider tips, this is the ultimate guide for those looking to capture the heart and soul of a destination.
Country Roads Press. 192 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes black and white illustrations. Highlights more than 50 unspoiled state and national parks, forests, and reserves, and includes all the information needed to enjoy these national treasures.
NTC Publishing Group. 184 pages. Size 5?"x8?". Includes black and white illustrations. This action-packed travel guide offers four full seasons of fun__52 weekends in all! There's something for everyone__intimate weekends for couples, vigorous activities for families, and outdoor adventures for seekers of sun and fresh air.