All About Michigan

The S.S. Badger The S.S. Badger is the largest car ferry ever to sail Lake Michigan, and has pro-vided a safe, fun, and reliable shortcut across the huge inland sea for more than fifty years. As the only coal-fired steamship in operation in the United States, the S.S. Badger operates on domestic fuel, and the company has an extraordinary commitment to maintaining a unique propulsion system that has been designated as a national mechanical engineering landmark. The S.S. Badger offers an authentic steamship experience unmatched anywhere else. The 410' S.S. Badger entered service in 1953, designed specifically to handle the rough conditions that it would likely en-counter during year around sa

Hello July 2020!

July in Michigan is finally here...and there is so much to enjoy! 1. Mackinac Island Cannons booming, the Mackinac Bridge in the background, and Fort Mackinac standing guard, Mackinac Island is a slice of Victorian history right here in the middle of Michigan. Horses and bicycles abound since motorized vehicles aren’t allowed on the island. The island offers a huge variety of things to do with the family from tasting the world-famous fudge, cycling around the island, riding horses, hiking on nature trails, and visiting Fort Mackinac. 2. Petoskey, Castle Farms, and Lavender Hill Farm Michigan’s state rock is the Petoskey stone. There are two beaches in particular that are hotspots for the un

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