Yeah, spring is almost here and we're all thinking about the same thing, where to go for spring break?

Sure there are going to be some who fly south to enjoy the sunshine state we call Florida, but we have plenty of sunshine here in Michigan.

Why not stay here in your home state of Michigan and come up with the perfect spring break getaway that everyone can agree on.. And by the way, skies the limit!

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In my opinion, where is the best place in Michigan to enjoy spring break?

1. Any Michigan golf course. Maybe not anyone's top choice, but this is my own opinion. This is perfect if you have a family of golfers. There's a great place to stay in Michigan called "Garland" and the golf courses in Garland are very beautiful and fun to play.

2. Traverse City. Another perfect destination for spring break. Take the whole family to Traverse City for great dining, shopping and very scenic views of the bay. I've been there so many times because it's simply wonderful. Traverse City has several really nice beaches too.

3. Frankenmuth. Winner winner chicken dinner. A short trip to Frankenmuth for spring break where you and your family will enjoy a delicious chicken dinner. My wife and I are going to Frankenmuth at the end of the month because there is so much to see and do. Lots of shopping, great food, and chocolate goodies!

4. Mackinaw City. There's great history for the whole family hanging out in Mackinaw City for spring break. There is a nice park you can go to where you can take great pictures of the Mackinac Bridge. The bridge separates two of the Great Lakes, lake Michigan and lake Huron. Plenty of shopping, dining, and so much more.

Spring break is all about relaxing and enjoying yourself. Michigan is an amazing state that has countless possibilities when it comes to spring break destinations!

Tripping.com has a few great choices for Michiganders.

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