A Nature Lovers Definitive Guide To Michigan’s Natural Beauty – Waterfalls, Beaches, Hikes And More!

Nature lovers flock to Michigan for a million good reasons. If you’re a fan of fun on the water, you’re in luck. Nearly half of Michigan is made up of the wet stuff so you’re never more than 6 miles from a river, lake, or waterfall. The state boasts the most freshwater coastline in the world, with 11,000 inland lakes, 1,200 public beaches, and nearly 100 islands. Crisscrossing through all these watering holes are tens of thousands of miles’ worth of hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobile trails. In winter, Michigan is a wonderland, with 50 ski areas, 1,000 ski runs across the state, and more fresh powder than Grandma’s apron. But enough about the numbers. Let’s dive into all the natural wonders that Michigan has to offer.