Michigan Timeshares Buy - Sell - Rent
Michigan is the only state bordered by four out of the five Great Lakes, and over one hundred lights and lighthouses, some with museums, help to tell the state's nautical story. Fort Gratiot Lighthouse in Port Huron, established in 1825, is the oldest operating lighthouse in the Great Lakes region and watches over the St. Clair River entrance. Peninsula Point Lighthouse in Rapid River is also a great tour.
Buy a Michigan timeshare and you'll have access to these picturesque historic sites and more. The Great Lakes region offers a plethora of fun attractions, including scuba diving in underwater preserves that protect lake shipwrecks. 3200 hundred miles of shoreline and 11,000 inland lakes guarantee you'll never run out of boating, fishing or swimming settings when you buy Michigan timeshare.
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The state's fabulous landscape of piney woods, majestic mountains and sparkling shoreline also provides a great backdrop for a round of golf at the Bay Harbor Golf Club along Little Traverse Bay, among over 900 other courses. Looking for some other numbers? How about Michigan's nearly 50 wineries and 13,500 acres of vineyards? In fact, the state's many vineyards, farms and mills provide great family fun.
At Apple Charlie's Orchard and Cider Mill in New Boston, you can pick your own apples, visit the bakery or ice cream parlor, and partake in a hay-ride. Wasem Fruit Farm in Milan also boasts juicy apples ripe for picking, along with plums and cherries in various months. Brimley's Pumpkin Farm in Mason is a-you-pick pumpkin patch offering Indian corn and other gourds, and youngsters can take a wagon ride through the pumpkin patch.
Winter is the perfect time to rent a Michigan timeshare and check out Juneau's Christmas tree and Reindeer Farm. Located in Foster City, Juneau's offers 25 acres of trees available for you-cut, but the farm will also cut for you and offers pre-cut trees. Young vacationers will enjoy getting their picture taken in Santa's sleigh and visiting the tame, friendly, bottle-fed reindeer. For grown-up fun, Michigan offers three casinos in Detroit alone, along with nearly 20 more throughout the state.
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Take your pick of fabulous dining, exhilarating shows, gambling, spa treatments, shopping and more. A variety of antique shops, art galleries, flea markets, outlet malls and specialty boutiques can also help satisfy your shopping appetite. Outside its city walls, Michigan offers outdoor recreation like no other state. Thousands of miles of snowmobile trails and dozens of downhill ski resorts assure you won't be cooped up during the winter months.
Summer is an open book of activities as well, with Michigan's 97 state parks, nature preserves, refuges, bike and hike trails and beaches. When you buy Michigan timeshare, it would be a shame to miss out on the state's historic sites and attractions, such as the Clinton Township Historical Village and Museum. Step back in time as you examine artifacts and tour the Williams Log Cabin Museum. In addition, don't miss the W.J. Beal Botanical Gardens in East Lansing.
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Buy Michigan timeshare and you'll have access to these picturesque historic sites and more. The Great Lakes region offers a plethora of fun attractions, including scuba diving in underwater preserves that protect lake shipwrecks. 3200 miles of shoreline and 11,000 inland lakes guarantee you'll never run out of boating, fishing or swimming settings when you buy Michigan timeshare.
The gardens were founded in 1873 and the site is the oldest continually operated garden of its kind in the United States. While there, stroll through a showcase of over 5,000 species of fruits, vegetables and flowers. If amusement parks are what you're after, buy Michigan timeshare and you'll find that the state has just as much to offer as any other family vacation state. Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad in Flint is a living history museum village with period mills, homes and shops, which also features midway rides and riverboat excursions.
At Stagecoach Stop USA in Onsted, young travelers can see old west gunfights, embark on train- or hayrides, and visit the ice cream parlor or general store, all while mom and dad shop for antiques. There are also a number of zoos and planetariums, and an Adventure Island Water Park in Cadillac. Vacationers of all ages will delight in all that Michigan has to offer. Buy a Michigan timeshare today.
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Bellaire, MI 49615
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3230 Mountain Edge Road
Boyne Falls, MI 49713
8368 West C Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49009-8825
600 Highlands Drive
Harbour Springs, MI 49740
1400 North Henry Street
Bay City, MI 48706-3645
2975 Old U.S. Highway 23
P.O. Box 248
Hartland, MI 48353
2655 Michigan 63 North
Benton Harbor, MI 49022-2543
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5820 Shanty Creek Road
Bellaire, MI 49615
5705 Lake Street
Glenn, MI 49636-5105
1265 U.S. 31 N.
Traverse City, MI 49686