This isolated mid-century round house in the U.P. is fit for hibernation

What goes around comes around in this mid-century modern "Usonian"-style round house hidden in the Upper Peninsula, where we absolutely want to…

By Metro Times Staff

This isolated mid-century round house in the U.P. is fit for hibernation
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This whimsical $209k Upper Peninsula dome home is fit for Hagrid or Hobbits — let's take a tour

There are homes and then there are fantasy homes, and no, we're not talking about multi-million dollar new-construction monstrosities. We're talking real…

By Metro Times Staff

This whimsical $209k Upper Peninsula dome home is fit for Hagrid or Hobbits — let's take a tour
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25 Michigan cottages, cabins, and lodges to rent for a cozy fall getaway

From tiny cottages to sprawling lodges, these Airbnb rentals are perfect for a getaway in the Michigan wilderness. Grab some family or…

By Metro Times Staff

The Royal Stag Lodge (Grayling)
    16+ guests, 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
    $1,043 per night 
    Dating to the 1940s, this one-of-a-kind spot has exposed beams, custom metal railings, mounted animal heads, and authentic pelts. 
    Photo via Airbnb
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The 25 things everyone realizes once they move away from Michigan

Some things you don't know you'll miss about Michigan until you move away. Although it's easy to complain about cold winters and…

By Metro Times Staff

Where I live now is nice, but Michigan is home.
    Photo courtesy of @kilohandco
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25 Michigan outdoor adventures that should be on your bucket list

We often forget just how much our state has to offer beyond the realm of our everyday lives. Here, 25 escapes that…

By Metro Times Staff

Turnip Rock, Port Austin
    A 7 mile out-and-back kayak trip on Lake Huron takes visitors straight to this natural anomaly. As topsy-turvy as it may appear, we promise the stunning fixture won’t come crashing down on you.
    Photo via IG user @jaglever
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20 small towns in Michigan that you need to visit

You know those towns you drive through but not stop? Well here are 20 of the best small towns you need to…

By Metro Times Staff

Petoskey
    Driving distance from Detroit: 4 hours and 4 minutes
    A coastal city right on Little Traverse bay. A very laid back, and go-with-the-flow city it’s a gorgeous destination filled with upbeat people. There are tons of places right on the water to eat, sleep and play. There are beaches, vineyards and many more things to do, this needs to be on your list of places to go this summer.
    Photo via @puremichigan
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