Michigan is one of the states that impresses with its natural beauty and the overall authentic character every American should be proud of. The list of places to visit seems endless and you will surely need to come back over and over again if you want to cover everything. There are over 11,000 streams, rivers and lake in the state, which are an absolute delight for every visitor. But if you really want to see something unique do not miss the Mackinac Island, a place like you never experienced before.
If you are lucky to travel in April you will be glad to find out that this is known as the Wine Month, a great opportunity to taste the products from the 92 vineyards the state prides with. 2012 brought plenty of improved lodging options and some top quality dining facilities, so make sure you do not miss these as well.
Live weather webcams from Cadillac, Osceola County, Manistee, Mt. Pleasant, Petoskey, Sault Ste. Marie, Traverse City, and Gaylord
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The Mackinac Island Harbor as seen from The Island House
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Live view from atop the Holiday Inn in Traverse City provided by Record Eagle
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Live from the Tawas Bay weather station in Michigan, USA
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A Northwesterly view overlooking Fisk Lake in Grand Rapids, Michigan
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View the scenic St. Joseph, Michigan downtown and waterfront areas using our 24-hour WebCam
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Nine cameras showing various views from the Granite Island Light Station
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Camera Shows the Old Town Clock and Old City Hall in Alma. Erected in 1902, it is privatly owned by Art and Judy Liberty. Camera and Bandwith provide by ISP Management Inc.
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Panoramic view of Downtown Grand Rapids in Michigan, USA
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Live streaming PTZ cam. See the animal proof extreme bird feeders. See many bird species one of which includes pileated woodpeckers, and other animals including deer, bear, raccoons, squirrels etc. Located at the Gateway to the North in Central Michigan.
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