Michigan Travel

Michigan Tourism

Michigan's capitol is Lansing. The first capitol of Michigan was Detroit but it was changed to Lansing in 1847.

Top tourist attractions: Mackinac Bridge

Mackinac Bridge

This bridge is sometimes called a wonder of the world. It is five miles long and links Michigan's lower peninsula to its upper peninsula.

Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan is the third largest Great Lake by surface area and the sixth largest freshwater lake in the world. The northern part of the Lake Michigan watershed is covered with forests, sparsely populated, and economically dependent on natural resources and tourism, while the southern portion is heavily populated with intensive industrial development and rich agricultural areas along the shore.

The lake is 307 miles long and the average depth is 279 ft (85m)

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