Winter may seem like it never ends in the midwest, but these winter festivals will have you enjoying every minute of Ohio’s coldest months. Mohi...
Cold (some might call it frigid) weather is no reason to sit inside if you’re a Minnesotan. These hearty northern folk celebrate the season with ...
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Located in northern Michigan on the shores of Lake Michigan on Little Traverse Bay, Petoskey is a charming resort town that offers an experience every season of the year. You will be entranced by the year-round beauty and the activities available for families indoors and out.
Discover Muskegon, Michigan, from a different perspective this winter. The coastal town transforms into a holiday village, illuminated by the sparkling lights of the season.
Port Huron is situated on the lower end of Lake Huron, the second-largest Great Lake, and on the St. Clair River. Its origins go back to 1837 when five villages joined together to become Port Huron.
Wisconsin is a winter wonderland once the snow settles. Take time to enjoy the picturesque beauty of the state by visiting these wintertime festivals that would make Jack Frost jealous.
Winter in Michigan may be cold, but there are plenty of ways to enjoy this winter wonderland like this assortment of cold-weather festivals that will have you celebrating the season rather than cursing the cold.
Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is a playground for the outdoor lover all year long. It is known as a “freshwater haven” (why we LOVE the Great Lakes) and to the surf crowd, it is known as the “Malibu of the Midwest.”
Travel back in time to Sauble Beach, a place that has retained its cool, laid-back vibe without much change since the 1950s. Rated as Canada’s #1 freshwater beach, Sauble Beach is a beach community found on Ontario’s South Bruce Peninsula.
Known as “Ontario’s Great Escape,” Prince Edward can be found along the coastline of Lake Ontario’s northeastern shore. You will be amazed by the sweeping views of Lake Ontario in this small county filled with charming towns and rolling hills.
Along the north shore of Lake Superior in northeast Minnesota, you will find mesmerizing Two Harbors, Minnesota. Located 20 miles northeast of Duluth, Two Harbors is the largest town on the north shore, but it retains its quaint vibe and picturesque beauty.