Plan Your Wine, Camp & Trail Adventure
Michigan Provides Plenty
Michigan is a state unlike any other. Two magical peninsulas are surrounded by the beloved Great Lakes - the world's largest supply of fresh water. The state is home to steep sand dunes, tall forests and plentiful inland lakes. Michigan is a haven of natural resources and is an agricultural paradise.
Are you planning your fall color tour? Use the Pure Michigan Scenic Route's fall color map to anticipate the best viewing times.
Let's Do The Numbers
Michigan is home to:
- 12,500 miles of designated state trails
- 11,000 inland lakes
- 2,850 acres of wine grape vineyards
- 138 state forest campgrounds
- 139 wineries
- 103 state parks
- 5 AVAs (federally designated wine grape growing regions)
- 4 Great Lakes
- 2 peninsulas
Need A Road Map? How About an Off-Road Map?Choose your own wine adventure with this cool map, hosted by the Michigan DNR. Check as many filters as you'd like - including wineries, campgrounds, state parks and trails!
View trail information and make campground reservations to make the most of your outdoor adventure.
#MIWineAdventure Pairing Ideas Around the State
Bay View Wine Trail
- The gales of November often wash Petoskey stones onto the beach of Petoskey State Park, great for winter time rock hunting!
- Oden Fish Hatchery Visitor Center is an all ages experience, with a show pond and an in-river viewing chamber that is ever-changing. The Visitor Center closes Oct. 31, but the hatchery does offer tours year-round.
Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail
- Take a hike around and tour the interior of the Felt Estate located next to Saugatuck Dunes, especially during their holiday special events.
- Enjoy a crisp, winter sunset over Lake Michigan after a short hike up the trail at Warren Woods.
Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail and Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula
- Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is not to be missed!
- Cross Country skiers should make a plan to ski the infamous Vasa trail to glide in the path of ski legends who have competed in the International race with the same name.
- Fat Tire biking is big fun in Traverse City. Try the 9-mile winter sports single track!
Southeast Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail
- Explore Cambridge Junction and Walker Tavern for a step back in history.