Time travel to the 16th century at the 37th annual Michigan Renaissance Festival. Aug. 20-Oct. 2.
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Got your sights set on Detroit? Good move. Metro Detroit is humming with so many things to do, that packing a ton of fun into a well-deserved escape will be a total cinch - especially if you use this section to sketch out your to-do list of events and attractions.
"My favorite place to excercise is at the Dequindre cut bike trail. It stretches from Gratiot to the riverfront ... you can rent a bike for a few hours at the riverfront. Let the wind blow in your hair. ;)"
~Jay D. -Travel Mentor
A handful of Detroit’s more spectacular venues (the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Max M. Fisher Music Center and others) play host to Concert of Colors, an all-genres/all-cultures show from around the globe. July 14-17.
Boat, kayak, canoe, birdwatch, hike, bike, picnic ... So many recreational choices are available at the 13 Huron-Clinton Metroparks. Pick one, two or more and start enjoying the outdoors.
A mile-long strip of shopping, dining and nightlife along beautiful Lake St. Clair. All the seasonal restaurants on the Nautical Mile are now open for business with patios waiting.