10 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Michigan

6: Muskegon

Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Scott Calleja

The town of Muskegon is the largest populated city on the shore of Lake Michigan. The town has the population of 38,402 according to 2010 census. It is a home for Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. The combinations of clear blue lakes, wooded trails, sun dappled scenic routes and sugar sand beaches makes this town beautiful in all seasons of the year. You can enjoy the outdoor activities in the parks, hiking and biking tracks. There is a blockhouse in the town from where you can view the whole Michigan Lake over the trees. The side of Muskegon is attached with Michigan Lake which creates a 10 miles hiking track with the beautiful view of different landscapes.

Address: Muskegon, MI

7: Frankenmuth

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Frankenmuth is also known as the Michigan’s little Bavaria. It is the best place to visit for a break from the ordinary life. You will be welcomed with the Bavarian Hospitality regardless of any season in Frankenmuth. The place is famous for so many festivals, waterparks, shopping areas, historical beauty and culture.

Address: Frankenmuth, MI

8: Saugatuck

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Saugatuck is a beautiful place to enjoy the beauty of Lake Michigan. With only the population of less than 1000, this town is ideal to enjoy the quite beach time. All you need to worry about is a large number of people visiting the place in summer. Otherwise, Saugatuck is the place with beautiful landscapes to enjoy silently. The town is more like a resort than a place where you can live and work peacefully. You can expose yourself to the wonders of nature. Go for a boating trip or enjoy a silent reading at the beach. The town has something for everyone.

Address: Saugatuck, MI

9: Mackinac Island

Mackinac Island
Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Michael Patterson

Mackinac Island is a wonder due to variety of beaches, parks, restaurants and fudge shops. Moreover It is the home to the famous and historic Grand Hotel. The island is considered as a National Historic Landmark due to its location and views. It is located in between the Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas in Lake Huron. You can enjoy horse rides, biking, kayaking, carriage tours and walking paths. It is the best place to relax on a vacation.

Address: Mackinac Island, MI

10: Isle Royale

Isle Royale
Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Ray Dumas

Isle Royale is an island on the Great Lakes. It is famous for its Isle Royale National park. This park is made by the largest grouping of the islands. The park consists of beautiful water and forests. You can reach this island with the help of boats or ferries. It is a living laboratory for many. The activities on the island involve camping, fishing, hiking, boating and exploring the wonders of nature.

Address: Isle Royale, MI

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