Out of the thousands of communities to visit in Michigan, it's difficult to pinpoint which ones to visit first - there are just too many. So I've randomly picked fifteen from around the entire state to get you started...

15 Michigan Towns Everyone Should Visit At Least Once

It's hard to choose because there are so many amazing Michigan towns to visit, but here's a list of 15 random ones to get you started!

Michigan has countless small towns, villages, burgs, ghost towns, and so much more to discover. Take a Michigan roadtrip anytime and take the backroads, side roads, dirt roads, etc. You'll see & discover many places & things that you never knew were here!

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