• Michigan shoreline destinations
While many of us find ourselves in some of the coldest 'polar vortex' temperatures yet this year, lets think on warmer times and some of the beach opportunities found in Michigan.
Bordering four of the Great Lakes, granting Michigan 3,300 miles of shoreline, and containing more than 11,000 inland lakes, this state has an array of beach side towns full of great places to meet with your group.
Grand Haven, with its beautiful beaches in Grand Haven State Park, offers groups an iconic lighthouse pier, great for a photo backdrop. There is also plenty to see and do in the downtown area and a boardwalk to lead you there.
Copper Harbor is nestled along the northern shores of Lake Superior. This area of the Upper Peninsula (UP) is known for some of the best hiking and mountain biking, with a world-class trail system, making it a draw for adventurous groups.
Cheyboygan is located on the shores of Lake Huron, with two state parks nearby. Cheyboygan State Park offers seven miles of lake-front fun, while Burt Lake State Park showcases roughly 2,000 ft. of soft, sandy shoreline.