View this page for Michaigan family vacation ideas including things to do with kids, and family friendly hotels, resorts and campgrounds with vacation packages. Best places for family vacation fun: Greenfield Village, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and Henry Ford Museum. Best vacation experiences listening to the “Mo Town” sound or climbing a lighthouse on the shores of Lake Michigan. Consider family camping, hiking, or sailing. Winter months include skiing and boarding, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing.
Looking to lighten up and laugh a little more? Want to camp out and share s’mores or play laser tag with your kids or better yet introduce your family to Yogi Bear?
Looking for a new spot or a new family vacation idea? Imagine counting goats on a rooftop; celebrating with a fish boil in Door County; hunting for agates along Lake Superior; fishing on Lake Truman or petting a bearded lizard in Michigan.
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The snowy months make tracking easy to do with young children and northern Michigan offers plenty of tracks to identify - some animal and some of the human variety. It's cheap, easy and fun outside with your kids.
The best Great Lakes family camps in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota include campfires with s’mores, scavenger hunts, hayrides, canoeing, archery, and above all family fun for everyone.
Not every memory making moment need tax the family vacation budget. There are plenty of cool "free" things to do at almost any family vacation destination (Well, maybe not Disney.) but adding the free fun and extra value takes a little sleuthing.
The 16th century is a terrific time to share with children and Renaissance festivals and fairs make it easy to do just that. The fun is in imagining with your kids.
Northern Michigan is blissfully snowy this time of year making snow deals enticing to any who earn to have fun wearing mittens and boots. Skiing, snowshoeing, snow mobiling, snowboarding, and snow tubing, dog sledding make the list.
For active families RentBikesNow.com is a great resource to compliment a family vacation. If you have no intention to travel with your own bikes yet enjoy bike riding with your children then they can make it happen.
We are sharing observations about living history made by Rachel Hoffman at the Feast of Saint Claire held every Memorial Day weekend at Pine Grove Park.
Offering five locations with cabins, cool camping sites & inexpensive family fun with friends. [Read More]
You’ve never camped like this before! From resort-style amenities to theme weekends, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks are a great family vacation destination. Don’t consider yourself a camper? No problem, we offer rustic cabins or deluxe cabins in addition to tent and RV campsites. And at Jellystone Park campgrounds, we’ve been entertaining families for over 40 years. Sure we have traditional favorites like campfires & s’mores, but with Yogi Bear there is so much more!
The Henry provides an ideal family getaway location. Three miles from Greenfield Village. [Read More]
The Henry provides an ideal Detroit area location adjacent to Fairlane Town Center shopping mall, 1 mile to Ford Motor Company world headquarters, and less than 3 miles to The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Other leading tourist attractions near the hotel include the Automotive Hall of Fame, the Detroit Institute of the Arts, the Detroit Science Center, all within a 10-mile radius of our Dearborn hotel.
The Henry, 300 Town Center Drive, Dearborn, Michigan 48126
Contact: 1-313-441-2000 | Fax: 1-313-441-2051
Email: email@example.com or visit online.
Located close to many fun attractions and family activities, like Pine Knob Ski Resort and The Palace of Auburn Hills. [Read More]
Enjoy spacious rooms, engaging social spaces, 24/7 fitness center, heated indoor pool and free Wi-Fi at our Auburn Hills hotel. Hyatt Place Detroit Auburn Hills, 1545 N Opdyke Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48326. Phone: 248 475-9393 or detroitauburnhills.place.hyatt.com. [Read Less]
Come play in our three story indoor water park. [Read More]
Comfort Suites Lakeside Resort including a three story high indoor water park, offering romantic getaway package and family packages. Comfort Suites Lakeside Resort - Houghton Lake, Michigan
100 Clearview Drive, Houghton Lake, Michigan 48629
Phone: 989-422-4000 Fax: 989-422-4600
or www.comfortsuiteslakeside.com. [Read Less]
A pet-friendly extended stay hotel. [Read More]
Experience brand new suites accommodation at Candlewood Suites Downtown Kalamazoo, a pet-friendly extended stay hotel featuring spacious suites with fully furnished kitchens, complimentary high-speed internet access and free on-site guest laundry. Candlewood Suites Kalamazoo, 3443 Retail Place Drive, Kalamazoo, MI 49048. Phone: 269 270 3203 or www.candlewoodsuiteskalamazoo.com. [Read Less]
Summer and winter family camps available for family fun. [Read More]
As a family Campers have the opportunity to boat, canoe, fish, sing songs around a campfire, roast marshmallows, practice archery, climb the wall, go on hayrides and horseback riding, do arts and crafts projects, and just relax. Wait for it! If summer does not work, they also offer an annual winter camp experience in the snowy hills. YMCA Camp 4230 Obenauf Road Twin Lake,MI 49457. (231) 821-2421 or www.camppinewood.com. [Read Less]
See what fun awaits your family. [Read More]
Stay on a farm and wake to the sounds of rural life. Participation in chores is rarely required however an extra hand is always welcome. Some farms offer classes in cheese making, spinning, gardening, and cooking. While others provide the chance for families to feed a bottle to a lamb; curry a horse; gather eggs or view the stars without city lights dimming their glow. Browse our farm & ranch stay directory for the perfect family vacation on a farm near you. [Read Less]
A retreat in the woods yet close enough to walk to get supplies and restaurants. [Read More]
Wildlife Refuge Cabins are privately owned and operated with hometown hospitality. Available are six fully furnished cabins. Three cabins can sleep one to eight persons. One cabin can sleep one to six, and two can sleep one to ten to accommodate larger groups. Wildlife Refuge Cabins
101 Wildlife Lane
PO Box 508
South Range, MI 49963
1.888.510.1001 or online. [Read Less]