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SoutheastIt’s been said that Ypsilanti is the Brooklyn to Ann Arbors Manhattan. Visit Ypsi and experience dozens of festivals and events throughout the year including the Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival and Michigan ElvisFest. After an afternoon of antiquing or museum exploration, discover destination dining in one of three historic districts.
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Northern MichiganBeaches, outdoor concerts, art fairs, championship golf, "fresh pick" orchards and incomparable water sports in the summer; unmatched Fall colors;cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the Winter. Charlevoix is a year-round lifetime's - vacation community.
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Saginaw / Bay City, Michigan Travel Guide

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Saginaw has a population of around 61,000 residents and was once primarily an agricultural center. Today Saginaw, with its location along the Saginaw River boasts a number of nature preserves in and just outside the city.

A notable attraction in Saginaw is the Awa Saginaw An, an authentic Japanese teahouse. One of only five in the U.S. where visitors can watch a real tea ceremony performance, this teahouse was designed to look like a Zen monastery.

Nature is big is Saginaw with the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge just south of the city, and the Green Point Environmental Learning Center. The wildlife refuge has 9,000 acres of land with hundreds of bird and animal species as its inhabitants. Fisherman flock to Saginaw for its walleye fishing in the Saginaw River, and there is even a local competition every January to see who can catch the biggest fish.

Saginaw also features the Crow Island State Game Area along the Saginaw River, and the Price Nature Center which is a prime location for hiking. There is a children's zoo, an art museum and the city even has its own little island where concerts and special events are held.

Saginaw is located in central Michigan just south of Bay City and southeast of Midland.


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Visit Ypsilanti Visit Ypsilanti Visit Ypsilanti
SoutheastIt’s been said that Ypsilanti is the Brooklyn to Ann Arbors Manhattan. Visit Ypsi and experience dozens of festivals and events throughout the year including the Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival and Michigan ElvisFest. After an afternoon of antiquing or museum exploration, discover destination dining in one of three historic districts.
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Charlevoix Charlevoix Charlevoix
Northern MichiganBeaches, outdoor concerts, art fairs, championship golf, "fresh pick" orchards and incomparable water sports in the summer; unmatched Fall colors;cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the Winter. Charlevoix is a year-round lifetime's - vacation community.
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