SELECT A COUNTY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR OUTDOOR ACTIVITY
From the quaint banks of the Manistee River and Manistee's Victorian Downtown to the rich logging history of Newaygo County, Michigan's Great Outdoors is much more than a recreation epicenter. The history of these five counties are rich and vibrant. Each has its own unique history and attraction that will intrigue the young and the young at heart.
Lake county is famous for its Idlewild Festival, Manistee for its Manistee National Forest Festival and Victorian architecture/downtown, Mason for the White Pine Village, Maritime History and Agricultural roots, Newaygo for its rich lumber era boom and historic downtown and finally Oceana County, for its historic districts, restored buildings and period artifacts.
No matter what county in Michigan's Great Outdoors you find yourself in, be sure to take a moment, stop, and look back to the rich and illustrious past of these fantastic community's.
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