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Grab your snacks and get your playlists ready, we’re going on a road trip!

Whether you've got a three-day weekend coming up that you want to take advantage of or you're looking for a getaway from Adrian, we have some suggestions to make the most of your weekend trip.

1. Cedar Point Amusement Park

Cedar Point is a 364-acre amusement park located on a Lake Erie peninsula in Sandusky, Ohio. Opened in the late-1800s, it is reported to be the second-oldest operating amusement park in the United States behind Lake Compounce. Enjoy a wide range of water slides, thrill rides, coasters & entertainment.


2. Crystal Mountain

Crystal Mountain Resort is a resort and conference center located in Weldon Township, Benzie County, Michigan, just west of Thompsonville. The resort offers recreational activities including downhill and cross country skiing the winter months, and golf, water activities, and an alpine slide in other seasons. The resort was founded in 1956. In March 2015 the resort announced it was planning a $9 million expansion project that will add new ski runs, lifts, lodging, retail and other amenities.


3. Downtown Detroit

Home to the Detroit Red Wings, Pistons and the Lions, sporting events are a must-do here. You can also take advantage of the unique shopping, dining and live entertainment opportunities! 


4. Ann Arbor, MI

Ann Arbor is a city west of Detroit, in the Midwestern state of Michigan. It’s home to the sprawling University of Michigan, known for its research programs. The University of Michigan Museum of Art displays works from around the globe and spanning centuries. Science-focused attractions in the city include the Museum of Natural History and the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, with kid-friendly interactive exhibits.


5. Frankenmuth, MI

Frankenmuth is a city in Michigan, known for its Bavarian-style architecture. The Frankenmuth Historical Museum highlights the area’s German roots. Michigan’s Military & Space Heroes Museum displays flight gear, Medals of Honor and military equipment. Bordered by the Cass River, Heritage Park has an event pavilion and a riverside pathway. Frankenmuth Aerial Park offers ropes courses and zip lines in a wooded area.


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Frankenmuth is known as Michigan’s “Little Bavaria,” and is located about 90 minutes north of Detroit. Most of the architecture in this town is very Bavarian, even the outdoor mall (pictured here)! You can also experience Christmas all year round at the world’s largest Christmas store, Bronners. If you’d like to visit, check into what’s happening, as Frankenmuth is known for being very touristy. If there’s a festival happening (and there usually is on weekends, especially in the summer), or at Christmas time, expect it to be pretty busy!⁠ ⁠ Pro tip: bring your appetite! There are two Bavarian-style restaurants which are famous for their chicken dinners, there’s a cheese haus, and Prost - an amazing wine bar - is a must-try while you’re in town.⁠ ✧✧✧✧✧⁠ Location: Frankenmuth, Michigan⁠ ✧✧✧✧✧⁠ Traveler Tips and Photos By Travel Girl Adriane @thiswanderingspirit⁠ ✧✧✧✧✧⁠ We Are Travel Girls is a community created to inspire, connect, educate and empower female travelers. Go to our website to learn more about how you can get involved in the community!⁠ ✧✧✧✧✧⁠ Do you want to see your travel tips and photos featured here?! Go to the Photo Submission link in our bio to submit your photos⁠ ✧✧✧✧✧⁠ #wearetravelgirls #travelgirls #travelcommunity #femaletravelcommunity #travel #michigan #visitmichigan #Frankenmuth #insidertraveltips #theprettycities #prettycities #travelwomen #exploretheworld #passionpassport #travelandleisure ⁠

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