Moving further south in the Mitten, today we check out the West Central Region.
- Grand Haven South Pier and Lighthouses: Take a walk along this pier and explore two lighthouses.
- Grand Haven State Park: This park is located on the south side of the harbor and is filled with sandy beach land.
- Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park: Huge botanical garden, art museum, and outdoor sculpture park.
- Blue Lake County Park: Fun place to swim and camp along the lake.
- Big Sable Point Lighthouse: Black and white striped lighthouse on the edge of Lake Michigan.
- Ludington North Breakwater Light: Steel plated lighthouse on the pier.
- Ludington State Park: Beach area along Lake Michigan.
- Waterfront Park and Sculpture Garden: Park along the harbor filled with sculptures.
- Little Sable Lighthouse: Classic lighthouse on the shores of Lake Michigan.
- Silver Lake State Park: Park that features dunes along Lake Michigan and a smaller lake that gives the park its name.
- World’s Largest Weathervane: Built by factory workers, this is the largest functioning weathervane.
- Lakeshore Museum Center: Hands on exhibits about local history and science.
- Muskegon South Pierhead Light: Iconic red lighthouse that marks the harbor channel.
- P. J. Hoffmaster State Park: Features 3 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline.
- Pere Marquette Park: Swim in Lake Michigan in this certified “clean beach” area.
- Newaygo State Park: This park overlooks a pond formed from a flooding of the river.
- Muskegon State Park: Explore the shorelines of Lake Michigan and Muskegon Lake.
- Eiffel Tower: Visit this replica in the town that shares the famous name.
- Duck Lake State Park: This park features a towering sand dune.
- White River Light Station Museum: Sits on a thin peninsula separating White Lake from Lake Michigan.
All attractions found on http://www.michigan.org