Fayette Historic State Park and Harbor (photo via Michigan Economic Development Corp.)
The Story Behind 6 Ghost Towns in Michigan That Are Worth Exploring

From one village that’s now buried under a body of water, to another literally wiped away by sand—here are six ghost towns in Michigan you should definitely spend some time exploring. 

Erebus in Pontiac is one of the largest haunted houses in Michigan. (Photo via Facebook)
Halloween Is Almost Here: 6 Michigan Attractions That Will Get Your Heart Racing

For the Michiganders who love a frighteningly good time, make sure you get your tickets soon. 

8 Michigan Cider Mills Worth Checking Out This Fall

Whether you like it hot or cold, hard or not, these Michigan orchards are working to bring you high-quality local cider.

For-Mar Nature Preserve Arboretum. (Image via Facebook)
10 Places to See Fall Colors in Michigan That Aren’t the Tunnel of Trees

Peak colors, unfortunately, just don’t last as long as we’d like them to in Michigan—though, you never know, there may be some stragglers as November approaches.

A traditional pow-wow at Central Michigan University. (photo via cmich.edu)
5 Ways to Acknowledge Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Michigan This Year

Michigan is home to 12 Native Indian tribes, so Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Oct. 10 is a high priority in the Mitten State. And the day is about more than just celebrating history.

The "Tunnel of Trees" is a stretch of M-119 north of Petoskey that's known for some the best views of fall colors in Michigan.
7 Must-Visit Michigan Destinations You Can Get Into for Free

There’s no shortage of fun (and free) things to do in Michigan this fall.

National Hispanic Heritage Month will be honored, celebrated, and acknowledged throughout the state through art, film, authentic dishes, and educational efforts across many communities.
8 Ways Michiganders Can Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month has been celebrated across the US every year since the late 80s to recognize the contributions and influence that Hispanic Americans have had nationwide—including right here in Michigan.