LANSING, Mich. – The release of the Fall and Winter Travel Guide is a sign that the weather is starting to cool, spectacular fall colors are near, and snow-laden playgrounds are right around the corner. For those looking to start planning their fall and winter getaways, the free 2022 Pure Michigan Fall/Winter Travel Guide is available in print and a digital and universally accessible format, allowing travelers to access the guide from their desktop and mobile devices while on the go. Hard copies of the guide can also be found at the 14 Michigan Department of Transportation Welcome Centers across the state.
“Michigan’s tourism industry is an essential part of our growing economy, supporting jobs and small businesses in every region of our beautiful state from the Western UP to Southeast Michigan and every great city, town and village in between,” said Governor Gretchen Whitmer. “This year’s Fall and Winter Travel Guide is an excellent resource to learn more about Michigan, plan your next vacation, and stay caught up on events across the great state over the coming months. Pure Michigan is a year-round experience, and I can’t wait to see how you make it your own!”
This year’s Travel Guide is an excellent resource to Pursue Your Pure and learn more about Michigan. The Guide highlights stunning sights to see, exciting places to go and fun activities to experience for visitors and travelers alike. Michigan has a wealth of opportunities to enjoy throughout the fall season, whether it’s taking a fall color tour, visiting one of our dynamic urban city centers, or exploring any number of our trails across that state
“The fall and winter seasons offer exceptional opportunities for travelers to experience Michigan’s vibrant outdoors, quaint communities, dynamic urban centers, and spectacular hidden gems across Michigan,” said David Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan, part of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. “The year’s Pure Michigan Fall and Winter Travel Guide will give you insights on vacation destination options and seasonal activities, as well as introduce you to some of the vitally important small businesses that dot our state.”
This year’s fall guide highlights the Kal-Haven Trail prominently on the cover. This 33-mile trail links the city of South Haven to the city of Kalamazoo passing through small towns and points of historical interest. The trail is a favorite ‘rail to trail’ destination for hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers, and snowmobilers alike. On this year’s winter guide cover, Mount Bohemia in Mohawk is spotlighted. Mount Bohemia, or Bo Ho as it's affectionately known in the ski industry, is home to one of the most unique skiing opportunities in the Midwest. Known primarily for its extreme skiing, Mount Bohemia is a true four-season destination on the shores of Lake Lac Labelle.
In addition to ordering the Fall/Winter Travel Guide online, color tour fans can also sign up to receive a weekly fall color update at michigan.org/fall. The page also features family travel ideas, brilliant fall color hikes, pet-friendly trails, and fall fishing opportunities, among other travel-inspiring information. Fans can also follow along for seasonal travel ideas and inspiration or join the conversation on social media channels including Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.
This year’s travel guides were printed at Walsworth, in St. Joseph, Michigan.
About Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation is the state’s marketing arm and lead advocate for business development, job awareness and community development with the focus on growing Michigan’s economy. For more information on the MEDC and our initiatives, visit www.MichiganBusiness.org. For Pure Michigan® tourism information, your trip begins at www.michigan.org. Join the conversation on: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn, and Twitter.
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