Michigan Vacation Rentals
Choose a Michigan rental, Michigan cabin rentals, or Michigan vacation rentals. A description of Michigan vacation rentals is found right in the
state’s own motto – it’s a "pleasant peninsula." Michigan borders
Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie, and Lake Huron. With so much coastline, there are many
opportunities for outdoor fun in the Great Lakes State! On top of touching four out of the five Great Lakes, Michigan has over 11,000 inland
lakes and 150 cascading waterfalls, ideal for hiking, canoeing, or rafting. In fact, the coastal state of Michigan is surrounded by so much
water, they’ve got the only floating post office which regularly delivers mail to various ships! Michigan cabin rentals and Michigan vacation rentals are affordable.
Being a Northern State, the state has many opportunities for winter Michigan vacation rentals. There are over 40 ski resorts and over 4,000 miles of
snowmobile trails. Michigan vacation rentals are a prime opportunity to learn how to ski, snowboard, or command a powerful dog sled!
But winter isn’t the only season celebrated in this coastal state. In summer, the population of Arcadia practically doubles as tourists flock to
Lake Michigan cabin rentals and Michgan vacation rentals. Arcadia provides a very quiet and remote vacation rental experience – a chance to escape the stress
of everyday life. Be sure and stop by during Arcadia Days, an annual festival held during the third weekend in July. Traverse City is home to a
bus-guided "color tour" to check out the beautiful fall foliage. While you’re in Traverse City, check out the Native American-owned Turtle Creek
Casino. Or visit in the July for the Cherry Festival. Michigan vacation rentals and Michigan cabin rentals are near the Festival.
It’s reported that Traverse City produces over 360,000,000 pounds of cherries every year!
Even the downtown capital city of Lansing shares some of Michigan’s ample natural attractions – the Grand River flows right through the middle of
the city. Select Michigan vacation rentals and Michigan cabin rentals near the river. And a tributary of the Grand River, the Red Cedar River, flows through the Michigan State University campus. This gives Lansing a
small-town feel but still bursting with big-city style.
Detroit, perhaps Michigan’s most famous city, is the only city in the nation that can look south towards Canada! The Grand Haven beach has singing
sands that whistles as you walk over it. Michigan cabin rentals and Michigan vacation rentals near Grand Haven beach. And Frankfort, Michigan is home to the state’s most photographed spot, Point Betsie Lighthouse.
So from Oscoda fishing to the Ann Arbor art fair, from Dearborn’s Greenfield Village to the Kalamazoo Air Zoo, Michigan is a vacation rental
paradise – full of outdoor fun, surprisingly small-town atmospheres, and plenty of rich music and culture. ScenicRentals offers Michigan vacation rentals
and Michigan cabin rentals.