Select Michigan state parks, recreation areas and fish hatcheries offer weekly interpretive programs, including educational, historical and stewardship programs. Explore Michigan's great outdoors with activities, such as fishing and archery, and enjoy educational, historical and stewardship programs presented by professional interpreters.Nature Program Details
The Gold Spike Trail Tour IV is an out and back, family-friendly bicycle ride on the Fred Meijer Pioneer Trail and Musketawa Trail, hosted by the Friends of the Musketawa Trail.
The museum tells the story of the state's iron mining industry and the people who have worked in it.
Discover Michigan's agricultural and travel heritage through Sylvester Walker's stagecoach stop, Walker Tavern Historic Site, at a historic crossroads.
In operation since 1876, the lighthouse is a fascinating attraction for maritime buffs. It's a destination for birdwatchers; it also offers spectacular views of sunrises over Lake Huron and sunsets ...
Return to the state's 19th-century logging era, when thousands of men cut millions of board feet of lumber, and Michigan led the nation in sawed lumber production.