Michigan is known as a capital of the auto industry with Ford, Chrysler and GMAC as three of the state’s largest employers. Situated along three of the Great Lakes, much of the state is near the water and consumed by National Forests. Lots of residents become renters as they venture off to college at Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, or Wayne State University.
Michigan is a place where there are lots of attractions for children and adults alike. Renters will want to take frequent day trips to see the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo and the Detroit Science Center. Other popular attractions in Detroit are the MGM Grand Detroit Casino, Tigers Stadium and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
History buffs will want to take in Historic Downtown Mackinac Island or pay a visit to the three lighthouses including Grand Haven, Holland Harbor and the Muskegon South Pier Lighthouse. The Henry Ford provides unique educational experiences based on real stories, and lives from American traditions of ingenuity and innovation. While the Detroit Historical Museum, the Gerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids, and the Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn are also popular historical attractions.
Kids will like the Grand Rapids Children's Museum, the Ann Arbor Hands on Museum, Detroit Zoo and the Thunder Falls Family Water Park Mackinaw City. Or, they could explore the USS Silversides in Muskegon America's most famous surviving submarine from WWII.
With more than 40 downhill ski locations, winter sports are also a top activity for escaping your rental for some fun.