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Glamping in Michigan
Explore beautiful, unforgettable Michigan, nestled against the shimmering, azure shores of Lake Eerie, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron and Lake Superior. Experience the rugged splendor of this nature paradise in the summer months while bold adventurers can brave the cold and ice in the winter season, admiring dramatic windswept snowfields and spectacular ice formations typical of the winter freeze on the Great Lakes! Encounter Michigan’s remarkable white sand beaches and crystal clear water as you explore Michigan State gems like the town of Pentwater, Sleeping Dunes National Lakeshore and Mackinac Island. Pick a tranquil, charming rustic vacation getaway near a placid lakeside location for an invigorating rural, summer retreat easily accessible by car from Michigan’s bustling metropolitan areas like Detroit, Grand Rapids or Lansing with plenty of opportunity for venturing out on a wonderful local day trip adventure close to your glampsite location.Wonderful family getaway close to the peace of nature
These glampsite rentals tick all the boxes in any season for a romantic getaway for two or an action packed long weekend of fun, sunshine and fresh air with friends or family. Enjoy comfortable amenities and wonderful extras like lake views, a private pool and a tranquil garden setting or terrace available at many of the charming, rustic, pet friendly rental properties on offer. Michigan is a wonderful vacation choice for adventurous families who love exploring the great outdoors and like to travel with pets.
Travelers and activities
Michigan with its dual peninsula, 3288 mile Great Lakes coastline is the largest freshwater coastline in the USA making the tranquil lake shores a haven for fishing enthusiasts of all ages. Michigan offers an incredible opportunity for catching trout, walleyes, salmon, perch and bass that are ready to bite in all seasons! Take your fabulous day’s fishing haul back to your glampsite for an unforgettable, grilled fish dinner under the stars! Traverse City offers superb angling opportunities on the shores of Lake Michigan that teems with more than 185 marine species including Chinook salmon. Enjoy dazzling soft sand beaches, clear rushing rivers and stunning views over turquoise water in multiple lakeside locations on an unforgettable lakeside fishing and angling retreat.Michigan for laid back historical, small town gems
Lovers of the slow pace of small town life will enjoy exploring the charming, historical streets and viewing the lovely heritage facades of gorgeous, lakeside small towns like Marquette located on Lake Superior on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula while charming waterfront towns like Bay City on Lake Huron and quaint, picturesque Beulah and Maristee on Lake Michigan offer all the charm and unique atmosphere of small town America where delicious dining and fabulous hiking, biking and fishing adventures beckon.
Michigan is nicknamed “The Mitten State” because of the distinctive mitten shape of the Lower Peninsula!
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Take a ferry from Mackinaw City at the northernmost point of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula and spend the day steeped in a bygone era reminiscent of a simplistic life before the arrival of automobiles. Enjoy the unique ambience of this historical treasure trove of gorgeous vintage architectural facades as you wander around the old town, browsing lovely, old fashioned shops, or tour the island on an elegant horse drawn carriage. Savor sumptuous American fare at one of the many local dining spots and be sure to visit the majestic, sumptuous, Grand Hotel for the century old tradition of afternoon tea!2. The Henry Ford Attractions
Make a stop in Dearborn on the outskirts of Detroit, where car manufacturer Henry Ford’s life and legacy is on show alongside the vast scope of US innovation in a wonderful group of attractions perfect for history lovers. Visit fabulous Greenfield Village where life in the nineteenth century can be experienced first hand in a delightful, historical reconstruction where working farms, a diner with typical 1830’s fare and steam locomotive and Ford Model T rides will delight young and old alike. The unmissable Henry Ford museum of innovation is a unique collection of marvelous historical artifacts that tell the story of American ingenuity while the Ford Rouge Factory Tour offers visitors an exciting glimpse into the workings of a modern day automotive factory.3. Visit Isle Royale National Park
Lovers of rugged, nature adventures are in for a treat on this incredible 432 square mile glacial island in Northwestern Lake Superior near the Canadian border. This stunning, once in a lifetime remote frontier experience is accessible by ferry or seaplane from Houghton or Copper Harbor situated at the Northernmost point of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.The myriad of lakes, streams and dense forests provide a haven for wildlife such as wolves, foxes, moose, otters, ospreys and falcons. This island wilderness welcomes visitors from April 15 to November 1 annually, and incredible hiking trails and boat trips are on offer to scout out the majestic terrain.4. Discover Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
This remarkable nature reserve is renowned for a series of expansive dunes perched along the shoreline. Take the breathtaking 7.5 mile, scenic route along Pine Stocking Scenic Drive and admire sensational panoramas of Lake Michigan and Glen Lake. The splendid, jewel colored, cool waters of Lake Michigan’s offshore Manitou island archipelago will delight hikers, campers and daytrippers. Hop on a breezy ferry from Leland for an unforgettable, off the beaten track island adventure.5. Frankenmuth
The gorgeous, whimsical, Bavarian themed architecture of this Michigan town make it the perfect place for a European flavored, winter weekend getaway just 21 miles south of Bay City and 94 miles north of Detroit. Browse unique, family owned retail businesses for eclectic gifts and souvenirs and tantalize your taste buds at boutique food emporiums where you can choose from 45 gourmet popcorn flavors and sample Frankenmuth’s, famous, delectable fried chicken. This cheerful winter destination offers a wonderful festive environment for a Christmas holiday getaway. Take a magical 30 minute ride in a horse drawn carriage down snowy streets sparkling with Christmas lights and don’t forget to pop into Bronner’s Christmas store, the largest Christmas decor store in the world that spans one and a half football fields!6. Visit the famous Houghton Winter Carnival
Visit the fairytale winter wonderland of Houghton winter carnival. This winter festival originated in 1922 and has subsequently become one of the biggest yearly winter celebrations in all of the USA! Sip glorious mugs of steaming hot chocolate and warm apple cider in a warm cafe after viewing magnificent, imposing, mammoth ice sculptures constructed by Michigan Tech University students. The very brave can even try ice wall climbing! The AE Seaman Mineral Museum houses a formidable collection of impeccably curated mineral specimens and is well worth a visit!7. Windmill Island, Holland
Spend a relaxing few hours strolling through the impeccable grounds of the town of Holland’s Windmill Island Gardens. In May the park blooms with over 175000 magnificent tulips. Enjoy an authentic Dutch experience without having to leave the shores of the USA! Marvel at the only authentic Dutch windmill in America, enjoy realistic dykes and canals and ride on a hand painted Dutch carousel while listening to the sounds of a genuine Amsterdam street organ! Shop for charming dutch themed souvenirs and try a delicious Dutch influenced breakfast or lunch menu!.The town of Holland also boasts beautiful sandy beaches and mesmerizing views of Lake Michigan!
FAQs: Glamping in Michigan
Which types of services are offered at the glampsites in Michigan?
In regards to the facilities you can find on Holidu, it appears that the glampsites in Michigan offer everything that vacationers search for! Here, the glampsites generally offer a variety of facilities, the most popular being: internet (88%), air-conditioning (79%), and barbecue (74%)...Amazing!
How are glampsites usually rated in Michigan?
The glampsites in this destination often have a lot of positive comments. 72% of the glampsites in Michigan have an average score of 4.5 stars!
Are the glampsites in Michigan child-friendly?
According to the Holidu data, 64% of glampsites in Michigan are suitable for families with children, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect glampsites for you and your family.
Are the glampsites in Michigan suitable for travelers and their pets?
Definitely! In Michigan, 25% of the glampsites accept pets, 50% also have a garden!
Do the glampsites in Michigan often come with Wi-Fi?
Yes! Based on the last year, 88% of glampsites in Michigan offer internet connection. So no need to panic, you will be able to browse the internet at any time!
What is the average price for glampsites in Michigan?
A lot of the glampsites in Michigan are, in general, rather expensive. According to Holidu's data, 13% cost on average more than $500 a night.
Do the glampsites in Michigan typically have a fireplace or a pool?
Yes! According to Holidu, the glampsites in Michigan are ideal for all seasons. Here, 35% are equipped with a fireplace and 18% a pool.
Are the glampsites in Michigan suitable for stays with friends or better for a vacation as a couple?
In Michigan, according to Holidu, 46% of glampsites welcome groups of up to eight travelers, 26% of these glampsites are made up of at least four bedrooms. But 93% of glampsites are also perfect for families of up to four travelers, 77% of the glampsites include at least two separate bedrooms. This is therefore the perfect destination for traveling in small or large groups, with family or friends!
For a luxury weekend in Michigan, are Glampsites a good idea?
Some glampsites are, but others aren't as luxurious. So if you are looking for that special accommodation, don't delay in making a reservation because only 18% have a pool, while 79% have air conditioning only 3% have a sauna. However, if it's space you're looking for, 93% of the glampsites can accommodate four or more adults, and 50% have a garden.
At the glampsites in Michigan are you able to have a beautiful view and spend time outside?
25% of glampsites have a balcony or terrace, and 40% have a view, but since it is not very common so availability can be limited. If this is a priority for you, you should anticipate a bit more time for research, and use the filters to be sure to find what you are looking for. However, 50% of glampsites in Michigan have gardens, where you can bask in the sun. If you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues, 74% of the glampsites have them.