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I thought the Trips from Toledo series was finished, but I keep hearing about fun new places to explore this summer. I hope you enjoy travelling to these destinations as much as I do! Find some summer adventure paddling down the crooked Raisin River. Not the adventurous type?
Try searching for some treasures for your home at the antique mall and then test your etiquette at the British Tea Garden.
Hidden away is the historic Lakeside district, founded in by the Methodist Church as a vacation resort. The private district is open to the public during the summer for a fee. Lakeside has shopping, dining, overnight accommodations and a calendar full of events. At Hidden Lake Garden you can travel the acre grounds to view the exotic plants, conservatory, Bonsai collection and more. Also, tour the vacant jail and Cascade Falls.
Cranbrook Educational Center is full of beautiful architecture, interesting art, manicured gardens and more. Founded inthe acre campus is open to visitors year-round. If you stay the night, check out this list of charming local bed and breakfasts.
This peaceful harbor town is the perfect place to spend a summer day. Need to get out of the heat? Play CLE is the largest indoor adventure park in the nation! Play CLE has indoor ziplines, a ropes course, bouldering walls and more. Who knew that there is so much to do in South Bend? This New England style town is known for its cosmopolitan country ways.
Interested in camping somewhere new this summer? This park has 16,acres featuring boat rentals, fishing, swimming, an amphitheater, over campsites and more. On the Tippecanoe River you will find a cute little resort town with a beach, amusement parkcamp grounds, golf courses and more.
Stop at the Hoppy Gnome on the way home through Fort Wayne. Their street tacos come highly recommended. Then Torch Lake is the place to be, famous for its tranquil teal blue waters. The drive might be long, but it sure is worth it.
However, the best thing to do in Petoskey is to find a nice spot by the water and unwind! Stay at the Perry Hotel and you might be lucky enough to see the Lady of the North ghost. Pure Michigan Things to do, places to stay, trip ideas, events and featured destinations in Michigan. Top Tourist Spots Around the World. Disclaimer: The information included in this blog post is for educational purpose only. Tell us what you've enjoyed reading, watching or listening to, and our librarians will give you personalized recommendations.
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Picture by Dakota Callaway 2. Lakeside, Ohio 52 miles from Toledo, Ohio Hidden away is the historic Lakeside district, founded in by the Methodist Church as a vacation resort. Photo by F. Richards 3. Tipton, Michigan 52 miles from Toledo, Ohio At Hidden Lake Garden you can travel the acre grounds to view the exotic plants, conservatory, Bonsai collection and more. Public Domain photo 4. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 79 miles from Toledo, Ohio Cranbrook Educational Center is full of beautiful architecture, interesting art, manicured gardens and more.
Photo by Tim Evanson 6. Vermilion, Ohio 83 miles from Toledo, Ohio This peaceful harbor town is the perfect place to spend a summer day. Photo by Juhan Sonin 7. Avon, Ohio 97 miles from Toledo, Ohio Need to get out of the heat? Photo by Chamberednautilus 9. Richards Jamestown, Pennsylvania miles from Toledo, Ohio Interested in camping somewhere new this summer?
Monticello, Indiana miles from Toledo, Ohio On the Tippecanoe River you will find a cute little resort town with a beach, amusement parkcamp grounds, golf courses and more. Photo by Marada Photo by Masmithers Looking for your next great read?
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