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  1. Throughout each of Michigan’s regions, opportunities abound for outdoor adventure, good eats and drinks, shopping, family fun, arts, culture, history and more. The Upper Peninsula is home to rugged natural beauty and outdoor adventure, while the Lower Peninsula is packed with attractions that make for lasting family memories.

  2. A Sense of Place: Michigan's Upper Peninsula: Essays in Honor of William and Margery Vandament. Northern Michigan University Press. ISBN 978-0-918616-20-3. 270 pages. Magnaghi, Russell M. (2017). Upper Peninsula of Michigan: A History. Marquette, Michigan: 906 Heritage. ISBN 978-1-387-01681-5. OCLC 993581790.

  3. Eastern Upper Peninsula With hidden lakes, coursing waterfalls and a rich history, time takes on a new meaning in Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula. Explore Region

  4. Recreation & Attractions: Tours and Guided Trips in the Upper Peninsula: U.P. Adventures: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore: Mountain Biking in the U.P. Snowmobiling in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan: Upper Peninsula State Parks: Outdoor Toys for Motor Sports and Silent Sports: Lighthouses: Snowmobile Trails and Conditions: Nicolet National Forest

  5. Southern Lower Michigan is sometimes further divided into economic and cultural subregions. The more culturally and economically diverse Lower Peninsula dominates Michigan politics, and maps of it without the Upper Peninsula are sometimes mistakenly presented as "Michigan", which contributes to resentment by "Yoopers" (residents of "the U.P").

  6. Michigan Top 20 Attractions. Come visit one of the best states in the Midwest and get a front row seat to all four of America’s Great Lakes. Known for its once-infamous Motor City, filled with the history of numerous music legends that spanned multiple eras and genres, Michigan has plenty to see and do.

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