From decorated house tours, to pumpkin patches and cider mills - here are 8 of the best Halloween and fun fall activities to do in the Mid Michigan area for 2021.
To celebrate the fabulous 𝗳𝗶𝗿𝘀𝘁 𝗱𝗮𝘆 𝗼𝗳 𝗳𝗮𝗹𝗹, 3 local Michigan bloggers collaborated for September to share what they're looking forward to this fall. Check out #MIFavoritePlaces post on Instagram to see more! Michigan bloggers included in the Fall campaign: @cassondra.wanders @frommichiganwithloveblog @exploremichiganmore @allnatural.adventures
Chukka Ocean Outpost is an all natural open-air paradise park with a little something for everyone! Located in Sandy Bay, Jamaica with the best ocean swings and bean bag chairs on the beach, with the vibes of Southeast Asia Beach!
Visit Chukka's Eco-Adventure Outpost at Good Hope Great House, in the Cockpit Country near Falmouth Jamaica, where adventurous activity meets caring for the environment. From waterfall pools to water slides and ziplines, all mixed with a rich cultural experience.
Harmony Beach Park is a free, public access facility in Montego Bay, Jamaica. At Harmony, you can find your adventure and immerse yourself in all thing Jamaican - sun, sea and sand!
Give National Park Trippers podcast a listen and hear Cassondra's personal tips to visiting Michigan's own, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. National Park Trippers podcast provides an inside perspective on National Parks around the world. Exploring Earth’s most stunning locations through enriching conversations with park experts. Episode 6 features Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, one … Continue reading National Park Trippers Podcast Feature
Michigan Glamping near Mt. Pleasant and Alma Camp Wanders is officially open for glamping in Mid Michigan! After a soft-opening, hosting Michigan Blogger, FromMichiganwithLoveBlog, Camp Wanders has been hosting campers and travelers all types ever since. Read about From Michigan With Love Blogs mid-May camping stay at Camp Wanders! If you are looking for an … Continue reading Glamping in Michigan at Camp Wanders
Flamingo's are not native to the island, and can only be found in one spot. That spot is Renaissance Island which is owned by Marriott. If you stay at the Renaissance, admittance to the island is complimentary with your stay, and the water taxi can be boarded at the docks, or inside the hotel lobby. You read right, the boat comes inside the hotel lobby. Since we were staying at the Marriott Surf Club, we did have to pay $125/person to have the joyful experience of playing with the flamingos. Included in that fee was lunch and a drink at the restaurant located on the Island. One tip to remember is that if the Renaissance is fully booked, you won't have the option to purchase this day pass. It is only available if the hotel is at 80% capacity or less. So if this is an excursion you are determined to do, I would recommend staying at least one night at the Renaissance so that you're sure to get your chance to visit the Island.
As soon as you arrive to Mackinac Island, a map will be your best friend. They're easy to find at the Visitors Center, Tourism Bureau, your hotel front desk/concierge, stores and restaurants. Unless you've lived on the island your whole life, you're going to be lost without a map. I highly recommend getting one before you head out.
Try these 101 things before you die! Either way, if you're stumped on where to go next or looking for some out-of-the-box places to explore, check this list out! 1. Visit all 50 states in the USA