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Michigan vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Michigan

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Dome in Pullman
Incredible Dome 25 min from Lake Michigan beaches!
Reconnect with nature at this unforgettable escape. Located about 25 minutes from beautiful Lake Michigan beaches. On the property, there are residential homes, eight acres of blueberries with free blueberry picking for all airbnb guests during blueberry season which is primarily from the middle of July to the middle of August. There is also a small natural foods retail store within walking distance. Relax, unwind, hike, play, and just enjoy being away from it all in this super private dome!
$227 per night
Farm stay in Dexter
Stay on a charming 250-acre working farm!
Stay in a lovely restored farmhouse on 250+ acres of land in Dexter, MI. We are a working cattle farm with an orchard, garden, resident farmer (in a house on the property), acres of woods and miles of country roads. Lots of space! We are near the end of the Border to Border trail going to Dexter now and soon all the way to Ann Arbor! Located across the street from the Michigan Sailing Club. We're a convenient stay for University of Michigan events!
$330 per night
Chalet in Benzonia
Creekside’s Cozy A-Frame Chalet with Pond & Trails
Enjoy the cozy vibes of this A-Frame Chalet nestled on 80 peaceful acres in Benzonia, Mi. Tucked into the heart of Northern Michigan’s beauty enjoy being surrounded by nature at the Chalet and truly unplug as this property does NOT have WiFi. A chance to getaway while remaining a close drive to Frankfort, Crystal Mountain, Sleeping Bear, and Traverse City. A perfect place to retreat or a home base for the adventurous spirit!
$146 per night

Michigan summer vacation rentals

Barn in Allegan
Bear Creek : 40 Acre Alpaca Farm, Hot Tub & Sauna
$432 per night
Cabin in Bitely
Lincoln Log Lodge (Lakefront, Kayaks, Arcade game)
$105 per night
Farm stay in Groveland Township
Farm Stay | Horses | The Clubhouse at Narrin Farms
$171 per night
Tiny home in Lake Ann
Sweetheart Beach Cottage
$160 per night
Cabin in Gaylord
Hephzibah’s Haven: Up North cabin with Lake Access
$103 per night
Cabin in Marquette
Chocolay River Cabin
$90 per night
Cabin in Saugatuck
Outside Inn - Peaceful Cabin Near Lake & Saugatuck
$243 per night
Chalet in Mears
The Place That Creates Lasting Memories
$850 per night
Tiny home in White Pigeon
Circle J Bed & Breakfast
$80 per night
Cottage in Gaylord
Serenity Beach Haus Lakefront w/Hot Tub on Otsego!
$162 per night
Yurt in Grass Lake
The Yurt at Havenswood
$95 per night
Chalet in Bessemer
Hot Tub • Fireplace • Big Powderhorn
$268 per night

Michigan waterfront vacation rentals

Cabin in Wakefield
Secluded & Peaceful Riverside Cabin w/ Parking
$113 per night
Cabin in Free Soil
Welcome to River's Edge, True Serenity
$250 per night
Guest suite in Houghton
Portage Lake Paradise
$230 per night
Cabin in Carp Lake
Cabin #3 - "Tamarack"
$72 per night
Cabin in Lac La Belle
Lac La Belle Lakeside Cabin
$197 per night
Farm stay in Brandon Township
Cabin 1: Horses & Hot Tubs on Perry Lake
$234 per night
Home in Marquette
Point of the Point - Lake Superior Waterfront
$174 per night
Apartment in Clarklake
Turtle Cove Lakefront, pool, hot tub, Sauna!
$144 per night
Home in Lexington
Hot Tub overlooking Beach, 3 min to Lex
$248 per night
Home in Evart
The Lanes at Meemo's Farm
$457 per night
Cottage in Charlevoix
Nine Mile Point Cottage on Lake Michigan
$550 per night
Cottage in White Lake charter Township
AllSports CooleyLake "Koi Cottage" w/Boat for Rent
$110 per night

Michigan fishing vacation rentals

Cabin in Ludington
Rustic AFrame-Hamlin Lake-Hot Tub-Fire Pit-Kayaks!
$284 per night
Cottage in Maple City
Sleeping Bear Cottage #2
$250 per night
Home in White Lake charter Township
The Jewell of Michigan A-frame
$180 per night
Home in Delton
Lakefront Escape
$175 per night
Home in Mecosta
Lake Front Oasis with Game Room
$400 per night
Cottage in Interlochen
Roost A-Frame - 25 min from Crystal Mountain
$150 per night
Cottage in Sand Lake
Ultra luxurious 5 bedroom lake house with hot tub
$933 per night
Home in Lake Ann
Sweet Lake Retreat-Couples Getaway 20 mins from TC
$343 per night
Home in Northport
Midcentury home, private beach. large great room
$513 per night
Cabin in East Tawas
Lake Huron Cabin on Tawas Bay
$265 per night
Home in Michigan Center
Bell's Cottage, Amazing lake view, cozy fireplace
$119 per night
Cottage in White Lake charter Township
"Casa Azul" - Lake front with Hot Tub!
$277 per night

Your guide to Michigan

Welcome to Michigan

Most Michiganders use the state's unique mitten shape to describe their home, but the state also sticks out like a thumb from the top of the country, nudging neighboring Canada. Michigan has the longest freshwater coastline of any state, which touches four of the five Great Lakes (Michigan, after all, means "large lake" in Ojibwe). A small strait separates the mitten-shaped southern portion of the state from the Upper Peninsula, a quirky little piece of land known for its idyllic scenery and outdoor recreation. Michigan's many beaches, parks, and resort towns dot the shoreline and interior lakes, drawing visitors from big cities around the Midwest, including the state's own metropolis, Detroit. Known as the home of Motown and the heart of the automobile industry, Detroit continues to hold an important place in American culture, and is the only U.S. city named a UNESCO City of Design.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Michigan

Michigan's seasons offer four distinct reasons to visit. In the summer, the beach towns on Lake Michigan and the Upper Peninsula spring to life, offering relief from the heat and stressors of daily life. In the winter, the many feet of snow that fall courtesy of the lake-influenced weather patterns turn the state into a playground for skiers, snowmobilers, and sledders, making it a cozy time to stay in a Michigan cabin rental. Spring brings a rainbow of wildflowers and rushing waterfalls for hikers, and autumn bursts with crisp-colored foliage and bountiful fruit. Fall also attracts sports fans excited to see Detroit's professional football team as well as two popular college teams: the University of Michigan Wolverines and Michigan State University Spartans.

Top things to do in Michigan

Mackinac Island

Located in the waterway between Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas, this car-free island prevents modernity from disrupting the peaceful beauty of nature. Since the late 19th century, island shops have specialized in making fudge. Just like that earlier era, the only ways to explore the historic fort and dramatic natural features like Arch Rock are by foot, bike, and boat.

Eastern Market

For 130 years, Detroiters have come to this six-block public market on Saturdays to purchase the literal and theoretical fruits of the state's famous agricultural industry. Hundreds of vendors set up shop here, selling Michigan cherries, flowers, and meat as well as prepared foods. The rest of the week, the neighborhood still serves as a culinary district and shopping area, with Tuesdays bringing in farmers and Sundays focusing on non-food vendors.


You’ll enjoy Michigan from a whole new vantage point when you take the 19th-century, hand-operated chain ferry from the main part of this former art colony out to its world-renowned Oval Beach. Saugatuck's towering sand dunes, epic sunsets, and appreciation for beauty in all forms make it emblematic of Michigan's best destinations.

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