Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore: Located in the middle of the upper peninsula, munition contains various natural boulders, waterfalls, and sand dunes. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Michigan.
Downtown Houghton: it was founded more than 200 years ago, based on the great success of copper mining at that time. Once upon a time, there were more millionaires in this town than anywhere else in the United States. Today, most of the original buildings are still preserved, and you can see restaurants, bars, shops, and local stores mixed together. This town has lots of old vintage cars on the street.
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park: This is one of the wildest landscapes in Michigan. Located in the westernmost part of the upper peninsula, it may have been a tough trail for Michigan people, but this place is magical. These mountains are only a few miles from the shore of Lake Superior, so they can climb from the shore to the top of the mountain in a day.
Lake of the Clouds: if you've been there, it's not hard to understand why Lake of the Clouds is considered a "must-see" spot for every first-time visitor to porcupine hill. You can easily reach the cloud sea viewpoint by walking 100 yards, and the famous cloud sea is 300 feet below the viewpoint overlooking the scenery. It's worth visiting in four seasons, especially in autumn.