9 Undeniable Differences Between Michigan’s Upper And Lower Peninsulas

Many Michiganders speak about the Upper Peninsula as though it’s a whole separate state — and, in some ways, it is! While neither peninsula is objectively better or worse than the other, there are certainly quite a few differences between the two. If you’re curious about what sets these two gorgeous regions of our state apart from one another, read on…

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Tell us, Michiganders: what are some other obvious differences between the two peninsulas of our wonderful state? No matter what separates us, though, one thing is for sure: we’re all proud (and fortunate) to be from the Great Lakes State.