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What to See and Do in East Lansing, Michigan

Posted by Chad Cushman

East Lansing is a dynamic city driven by the vibrancy and youthfulness of a classic American college town. From walking paths that line the city and a state-of-the-art museum to major college sporting events and dining experiences with an international flavor, East Lansing is not to be missed.

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Topics: green travel, Pure Michigan, Michigan Travel Ideas, Experience Michigan with Indian Trails

Discovering the Scenic Grace of St. Ignace, Michigan

Posted by Chad Cushman

This gem, located on the Upper Peninsula, and connected to the Lower Peninsula, St. Ignace serves as a gateway to some of Michigan's most iconic attractions. From waterfront campsites to historic landmarks and casino gaming, St. Ignace, “your home port,” offers a diverse range of experiences for visitors. Explore the highlights that make St. Ignace a must-visit destination.

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Topics: green travel, Pure Michigan, Michigan Travel Ideas, Experience Michigan with Indian Trails

The Top Things to See and Do in Big Rapids, Michigan

Posted by Chad Cushman

Big Rapids is the perfect fit for those seeking outdoor adventures, cultural exploration and leisurely strolls through quaint downtown streets. Outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs and casual travelers will find Big Rapids both a relaxing and engaging getaway.

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Topics: green travel, Pure Michigan, Michigan Travel Ideas, Experience Michigan with Indian Trails

Summer Festivals in Michigan

Posted by Chad Cushman

After a long, cold Michigan winter, there’s nothing better than being outside, soaking up the warmth of our surprisingly warm summers. From Lake Michigan to Lake Huron, it’s not hard to find a small town or large city holding various festivals and celebrations from May-August. We’ve compiled a list of Michigan happenings for you, your family and your friends to enjoy. Get out and visit a town you’ve never heard of; you could learn something new and have some fun along the way.

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Topics: summer bus trips, Mackinac Island, Pure Michigan, Michigan events, Michigan Travel Ideas

Book a Charter Bus: Destination Ann Arbor

Posted by Chad Cushman

 

Ann Arbor has long been known as the home of the University of Michigan Wolverines, but there’s so much more to the city. Year-round, indoors and out, a trip to Ann Arbor is sure to please even the pickiest of travelers in your group.

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Topics: charter bus trips, Ann Arbor, Michigan Travel Ideas, Michigan Tourism

Book a Charter Bus: Destination Frankenmuth

Posted by Chad Cushman

Michigan is so ethnically diverse, you almost feel like you’ve been abroad when you visit some of our towns and cities. One of the best examples is Frankenmuth, known by many for its Bavarian theme and, by many more, as the home of Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland. To others, it’s the place with the best family-style chicken dinners (next to mom’s) at Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth, and the Bavarian Inn and Restaurant. But there’s so much more to do in Frankenmuth, including festivals and events, a waterpark, great shopping, and other attractions. Here’s a rundown of what’s going on in Frankenmuth.

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Topics: charter bus, bus trips, Michigan events, Michigan Travel Ideas, Michigan Tourism

Book a Charter Bus: Destination Saugatuck Douglas

Posted by Chad Cushman

On the Lake Michigan coast lie two towns separated by the Kalamazoo River, but that’s the only thing that divides them. Together, Saugatuck and Douglas have become one place that’s among the most treasured vacation spots in the country. In fact, in 2018, the towns ranked third on Thrillist Travel’s 20 Greatest Summertime Lake Towns and Saugatuck’s Oval Beach was ranked fourth on USA Today’s Best Michigan Beaches list.

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Topics: charter bus, Saugatuck, Douglas, Michigan Travel Ideas

Book a Charter Bus: Destination Traverse City

Posted by Chad Cushman

“Up north” is a part of the vernacular of the mitten state. And for many who have lived in Michigan their whole lives, going up north means going to Traverse City or nearby areas. Perhaps one of the best known and loved destinations in the state, Traverse City feels like home to so many, even those who have only spent a week there, simply because of its modest, welcoming atmosphere. Whether you’re from Kansas or Kalkaska, once you visit Traverse City, you’ll be counting the days until you can return.

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Topics: charter bus trips, Traverse City, festivals, Michigan wine, Michigan Travel Ideas

4 Great One-Day Christmas Shopping Trips

Posted by Chad Cushman

The holidays mean family, friends, fun, and of course, gift giving. There’s no better time than now to get organized and plan a shopping trip for your group to one of Michigan’s outstanding shopping destinations. You’ll enjoy having many store choices, great eateries and great deals throughout November and December. Here is a look at four of the state’s top holiday shopping venues to consider for your group’s trip.

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Topics: bus tour, Indian Trails, Pure Michigan, Michigan Travel Ideas

Take a Michigan Holiday Market Trip

Posted by Chad Cushman

The holidays are fast approaching and with them come hours and hours of gift shopping for co-workers, pals and family. But why head to the mall when you can make Christmas shopping an event to share with your group? In the fashion of the Christmas markets that are a centuries-old tradition across Europe, Christmas markets and shows are becoming an American tradition too! If your group loves unique, fun and fanciful shopping, consider these holiday markets around the state for your pre-Christmas getaway.

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Topics: bus trips, Michigan events, Michigan Travel Ideas

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