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Explore North Lake Michigan (Self Drive)

10 to 15+ Nights from $1,330*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 12/13/2023, departure from Miami International MIA (FL), US. Choose your own departure city and dates.

This 10 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into Milwaukee and out of Grand Rapids
  • Rental Car for 11 days
  • Pick Up: Milwaukee Airport/Drop Off: Grand Rapids Airport
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Lake Michigan Shore North
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Green Bay
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Mackinac Straits
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Traverse City
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Holland
  • Driving Time
    Milwaukee Airport - Lake Michigan Shore North Area: 30 - 50 mins. approx.
    Lake Michigan Shore North Area - Green Bay: 40 mins - 1 hr. 25 mins. approx.
    Green Bay - Mackinac Straits: 4 hrs. 20 mins. approx.
    Mackinac Straits - Traverse City: 2 hrs. 10 mins. approx.
    Traverse City - Holland: 2 hrs. 45 mins. approx.
    Holland - Grand Rapids Airport: 45 mins. approx.

A Road Trip along the shores of Lake Michigan discovering beautiful cities in Michigan and Wisconsin. Spend amazing stays in; The Lake Michigan Shore North Area (with its sand dunes, wetlands, bogs, prairie areas and wide camping areas), and Green Bay. After that, drive to Michigan and along The Mackinac Straits (witch divides two of the Great Lakes: Lake Huron and Lake Michigan). Don't miss out on the opportunity to enjoy the many recreational opportunities in the area!. Continue to Traverse City (the “Cherry Capital of the World", and home to giant sand dunes, world-class culture and arts festivals); and finish your trip in the charming town of Holland (with its Dutch heritage, white sandy beaches and downtown cobblestone sidewalks). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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Flexible Itinerary

  • Lake Michigan Shore North, WI

  • Green Bay, WI

  • Mackinac Straits, MI

  • Traverse City, MI

  • Holland, MI

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1 Lake Michigan Shore North, WI
2 Green Bay, WI
3 Mackinac Straits, MI
4 Traverse City, MI
5 Holland, MI

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Trip Summary

  • Lake Michigan Shore North, WI

    The Lake Michigan shoreline north of Milwaukee and south of Door County is very diverse geographically, ranging from cities and towns to beaches, state parks, nature preserves, and windswept golf courses. The largest city along the coast in this area is Sheboygan, where the Sheboygan River flows into Lake Michigan. Other towns and cities on the coast include Manitowoc and Two Rivers north of Sheboygan and Port Washington and Grafton south of Sheboygan.

    Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
    Must See`s:
    Lion`s Den Gorge Nature Preserve, Ozaukee County Pioneer Village, Judge Eghart House, Luxembourg American Cultural Society, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Bookworm Gardens, Kohler Design Center, Waelderhaus, Wisconsin Maritime Trail, Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Rahr West ARt Museum, Still Bend / Schwartz House, USS Cobia, Two Rivers Lighthouse, and so much more!

  • Green Bay, WI

    Green Bay, located on the Fox River, is located within an hour`s drive of Door County, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and Lake Winnebago, but don`t run off just yet: there is so much to explore in Green Bay, one of Wisconsin`s most beautiful cities. There`s the Tank Cottage, the oldest building standing in Wisconsin; the historic Hazelwood House Museum; and Bay Beach Amusement Park. No trip is complete without visiting sacred ground for Packers fans, Lambeau Field.

    Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
    Must See`s:
    Lambeau Field, Bay Beach Amusement Park, National Railroad Museum, Green Bay Botanical Garden, Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Heritage Hill State Park, Hazelwood House Museum, Tank Cottage, Neville Public Museum, Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and Museum, and so much more!

  • Mackinac Straits, MI

    The Mackinac Straits, just 3 1/2 miles wide, separate the tip of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan from the Upper Peninsula (UP). St. Ignace, on the UP, was founded in the 17th century as a Jesuit mission. Mackinac Island, five miles offshore from St. Ignace, is a National Historic Landmark and is lovingly restored to its Victorian-era resort town glory. You can catch ferries to Mackinac Island from St. Ignace and Mackinaw City on the Lower Peninsula, known for such sights as Fort Michilimackinac.

    Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
    Must See`s:
    Fort Michilimackinac, McGulpin Point Lighthouse, Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, Straits State Harbor, Mackinaw Area Historical Society Heritage Village, Headlands International Dark Sky Park, Straits State Park, Father Marquette National Memorial, Mackinac Island State Park, Fort Mackinac, and so much more!

  • Traverse City, MI

    Traverse City is the largest city in northern Michigan, situated on the two arms of Grand Traverse Bay. It is nicknamed `the Cherry Capital` as the area produces more tart cherries than any other U.S. region, and hosts the annual National Cherry Festival each July. Traverse City is also located in one of the key winemaking regions of the Midwest. Traverse City can be visited year-round, with abundant skiing in the winter, and hiking, boating, and beach opportunities in the summer.

    Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
    Must See`s:
    City Opera House, Clinch Park Beach, Dennos Museum Center, Great Lakes Children`s Museum, Historic Barns Park, West End Beach, East Bay Park Beach, Bryant Park Beach, World`s Largest Cherry Pie Pan, and so much more!

  • Holland, MI

    Holland, Michigan is indeed a piece of Holland in the United States. Dutch religious settlers founded the town in the 1840s, and the Dutch descendants have left two legacies. The first is obvious, Holland is a small town full of Dutch ambience, such as tulips, windmills, and Dutch-style houses. The second is religion, the settlers opened over 100 churches and Holland is known today as the `City of Churches`. Nearby towns also have Dutch place names, such as Zeeland, Vriesland, and Drenthe.

    Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
    Must See`s:
    Windmill Island and Gardens, Holland State Park, Holland Museum, Lake Macatawa, Nelis Dutch Village, Cappon House, Kruizenga Art Museum, Van Raalte Farm Park, Window on the Waterfront, Holland Harbor Lighthouse, Veldheer Tulip Gardens, Holland Tulip Gardens, and so much more!