Michigan is great place for vacationing and getting away from it all. With all there is to do here, no matter the season, it only makes sense that a number of Michigan resorts have sprung up to meet the needs of its tourism industry. If you are looking for a Michigan family resort for your next family vacation, then you need not look far and wide. Michigan resorts are there when it's time for some Michigan skiing, and also when it's time to hit the Michigan beaches. If you love to shop, relax at a spa, kick back in a jacuzzi, or take advantage of the great Michigan golf, finding a Michigan resort to fit your needs is easy as 1-2-3. Michigan resorts mix world-class accommodations with exquisite dining options and a fine assortment of leisure activities.
At Michigan's most popular destinations you'll
typically find a Michigan resort for all seasons.
A great Michigan family resort, like Boyne Mountain Resort
northeast of Traverse City,
offers the unique mix of meeting all your Winter needs,
while taking care of you in the Summer as well.
If you like to ski and you like to golf, it's among
the top places to book your package. Other great
Michigan ski resorts include Big Powderhorn in the Upper
Peninsula, and Crystal Mountain Resort just south of Traverse
City in the Lower Peninsula. These Michigan ski
resorts are committed to making your next skiing experience
second to none. In Traverse City proper, your Michigan
family resort awaits you at Bay Harbor Resort and Marina.
It's also ideal for business and your Michigan
wedding, as are most of the other top Michigan resorts,
and it offers a long list of things to do. Guests
here can take advantage of the Bay Harbor Swim and Fitness
Club with a competitive length swimming pool, hot tub,
fitness area, and massage center. Golfers will love
the 27 holes of championship golf available to them at
the Bay Harbor Golf Club.
Near Lake Huron, you'll find two Michigan resorts that offer a different feel from the large all-inclusive style settings. They are the Bell Bay Resort and The Presque Isle Resort. The former is located on Bell Bay at Lake Huron and offers cottages for up to 5 people. Swimming and golf can be found nearby, as well as near The Presque Isle Resort, and it's just minutes from scenic lighthouses. The Presque Isle Resort is located on Long Lake, where boating and fishing is permitted, and it's a nice Michigan family resort where everyone can enjoy snorkeling and other various water activities. Cottage rentals here mimic those of Bell Bay Resort, and with State Parks near both, you can enjoy some picturesque Michigan hiking and Michigan biking.
Along Michigan's southwest shoreline, you will find more than one Michigan beach resort, and they all offer exceptional lodging, dining, and activities lists, but for a more out of the way Michigan beach resort, you might want to head to the Grand View Resort on Mackinac Island, where Michigan biking and horse-drawn carriages rule the streets. Voted #1 view on the island, this beachfront resort offers vistas out on the surrounding island and the architectural wonder of the Mackinac Bridge. Here you'll get a free hot breakfast and enjoy beach campfires and indoor and outdoor pools and spas. Michigan casinos are springing up all over, and they offer casino packages to the Kewadin Casino on the island. The resort's location is perfect, with the city center just 1 mile away. For an excellent Michigan beach resort, you might consider heading to Saugatuck, where Oval Beach is considered the top beach in the state. An option here for a great Michigan family resort is the Lake Shore Resort which overlooks Lake Michigan and has its own private beach. It's close to everything the Saugatuck-Douglas area is known for and among its many features are its acres of award-winning landscaped grounds and sunset view fire pits. Like the many Michigan resorts awaiting you, it just seems to have it all.