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Traversing Michigan

  • Destination: United States RV Tours
  • Duration: 33 days

June 24 – July 26, 2018

Two Person / RV $6,395
One Person / RV $4,895
Additional Guest $2,695

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Michigan is a great destination for travelers in the summer months…savor all the flavors and delights throughout the Great Lakes State of Michigan!

It is home to a plethora of lakes, beaches, sand dunes, hills and forests. The weather is perfectly attuned to visiting the great outdoors of the Great Lakes State. Michigan is the only state to consist of two peninsulas. The Lower Peninsula is often noted to be shaped like a mitten. The Upper Peninsula (“the U.P.”) is separated from the Lower Peninsula by the Straits of Mackinac, a five-mile channel that joins Lake Huron to Lake Michigan. The two peninsulas are connected by the Mackinac Bridge.  We’ll even have an opportunity to go beyond the Soo Locks in Sault Ste Marie to visit our Canadian neighbors.  We see it all.

What a diversified state.  Some of the highlights of our trip will be visiting the state capital, learning about the Dutch Heritage in Holland, the German Heritage in Frankenmuth, the auto industry in Detroit, and exploring the history of the Mackinaw area. We’ll ride the dunes, enjoy 3 wonderful cruises, have tours of unusual museums and some fascinating factory tours.

We’ll enjoy many fabulous food specialties of the Great Lakes state.  Let’s start with cherries, cherries everywhere.  Michigan accounts for 75% of the US crop of tart cherries. We’ll partake in many of the annual Cherry Festival activities. Not only is Michigan known for their cherries, they are also known for asparagus, cereal (home to Post and Kellogg’s), fudge, and pasties (a meal in a pastry shell). Grand Rapids was even voted Beer City USA 2013.

What a diversified state!  Welcome to Pure Michigan! We know it’s possible to have an amazing time here.

 

Itinerary

Day 1 - 4
Ypsilanti / Ann Arbor
● Get Acquainted & Orientation
● Welcome Lunch
● The Henry Ford Museum
● Greenfield Village
● Chelsea & Ann Arbor Motorcoach Tour
● Jiffy Mix Factory
● Kerrytown
● Domino Farms (Photo Op)
● Guided Tour of Historic Michigan Theater
● Detroit City Motorcoach Tour
● Ford Motor Company Factory Tour
● Lunch at American Coney Island
● Motown Historical Museum
● Cobo Center
● The Fisher Building
● GM Renaissance Tower
● Fox Theater (Photo Op)
Day 5 - 7
Lansing
● Lansing Motorcoach Tour
● Michigan State Capital
● Old Town
● Michigan State University
● MSU Horticulture Gardens & 4-H Childrens Gardens
● MSU Dairy Store
● R.E. Olds Transportation Museum
● Michigan Historical Museum
Day 8 - 12
Holland
● Holland Motorcoach Tour
● Holland Historic Homes Tour
● Explore Saugatuck
● Saugatuck Schooner Sand Dunes Ride
● Grand Rapids Motorcoach Tour
● Meyer May House
● Gerald Ford Presidential Museum
● Lunch at Grand Rapids Brewing
● Grand Rapids Art Museum
● Frederik Meijer Sculpture Gardens
● Veldheer Deklomp Wooden Shoe & Delft Factory
● Windmill Island (optional)
● Theater Show (optional)
● Free Day to Explore
Day 13 - 18
Traverse City
● Transportation to/from Festival
● Cherry Pancake Breakfast
● Cherry Festival Air Show
● Classic Car Show
● Traverse City Area Highlights Motorcoach Tour
● Leelanau Peninsula Tour
● Sleeping Bear Dunes Welcome Center
● Sleeping Bear Dunes and Scenic Dunes Drive
● Explore Old Fishing Village of Leland
● Grand Traverse Lighthouse & Museum
● Wine Tasting Stop
● Native American Pow Wow
● Moomer’s Ice Cream Tour
● Interlochen School for the Arts
● Time for Exploring the Area
Day 19 - 21
Sault Ste. Marie
● Music House Museum (En route)
● Soo Locks City Trolley Tour
● Museum Ship Valley Camp Tour
● Tower of History
● Bushplane Heritage Museum (optional)- Canada (Passport Required)
Soo Locks Dinner Boat Cruise & Narrated Lock Tour
Day 22 - 23
Newberry
● Shipwreck Museum at WhiteFish Point (En route)
● Tahquamenan Falls (En route)
The Second Largest Falls East of Mississippi
● Tahquamenon Logging Museum
● Oswald’s Bear Ranch (optional)
Day 24 - 25
Munising
● Pictured Rocks Sunset Cruise
● Free Day to Explore the Area, including Marquette
● Pasties Dinner
Day 26 - 29
Mackinaw City
● Lake Michigan Scenic Drive (En route)
● Lumberjack Show
● Hydro-Jet Ferry to Mackinac Island
● Mackinac Island Horse Drawn Carriage Tour (Narrated)
● Fort Mackinac Tour
● Free Time to Explore Mackinac Island
● Grand Buffet Lunch
● Colonial Michilimackinac
● Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse Tour
● Historic Mill Creek
● Campfire on the Beach of Lake Huron
● Free Day to Explore
Day 30 - 33
Frankenmuth
● Cross in the Woods National Shrine (En route)
● Call of the Wild Museum (En route)
● Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland
● Frankenmuth Historical Museum
● Frankenmuth Cheese Haus
● Lager Mill & Brewing Museum
● Michigan’s Military & Space Museum
● Holtz-Brucke Covered Bridge
● ‘Bavarian Belle’ Paddlewheel Riverboat Cruise
● Frankenmuth River Place
● Grand Traverse Distillery Tour & Tasting
● Family Style Farewell Dinner
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

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Testimonials

  • “Jim and his staff were absolutely magnificent. They were respectful, friendly and accommodating. And worked extremely hard, it was superb.”
    Erwin & Herta Schmidt
  • “We like the combination of enroute stops, free days to explore and planned AVC tours/activities. We thoroughly enjoyed the whole tour.”
    Winston & Linda Norris
  • “We liked it all, it was perfect.”
    Jim & Judy Bristow
  • “Overall another fabulous Adventure Caravans trip!”
    Darlene & Henry Divin
  • Regarding our 31-day Canadian Maritimes caravan Cindy and I would like to express how much we enjoyed the caravan with Rick & Sharon Gilbert and John & Sally Mincks. Both couples were outstanding and we would love to book any caravan they are involved with. We booked for the 2018 Big Sky caravan and hope you can assign one or both off them to that trip. We met many wonderful people and hope we have made some new life long friendships. We hope to meet up with Rick and Sharon at the Tampa RV show in January. The tour guides for our various bus tours were top notch, all added much information and interesting stories to the tour. Please give a big thanks to Roger in Quebec City, Roddie in PEI, Carolyn in Halifax and Paul on The Cabot Trail.  
    Iggy & Cindy Konrad
  • '...being our first caravan we worried about value... rest assured we're 100% satisfied... this was an investment in US!'
    John & Lizzy

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Traversing Michigan

  • “It was a lot of fun. The people who prepared and served the food were incredible.”
    Barry & Judy Ellis
  • “Outstanding venues! Met our expectations for music exposure!”
    Larry & Karen Valdez
  • “A real rich experience, many excellent and varied opportunities. We had a lot of fun with wonderful people!”
    Steve & Jenny Altman
  • “It is impossible to say what was best. The entire rally was quite an exceptional experience with exceptional hardworking leaders and team.”
    Ron & Pat Knight
  • “There wasn’t a thing or subject they [the Wagonmasters] wouldn’t bend over backwards to find out, get, or inform us about, and all with a cheerful and professional manner, no matter how tired.” “The thing we liked best on this tour was the variety and frequency of extra curricular activities, such as cultural tours, eating out, socials, games.” “We were led through and shown some of the most spectacular scenery we have ever seen.”
    Tom & Charlu Choate
  • “The entire team did a very good job. They were so helpful and lots of fun to be with. They bent over backwards to accommodate us. It was a great rally. The Rallymasters were lots of fun and so efficient. We had a very good time.”
    Jim & Jan Dawes
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