Outdoor Adventures

Spend time in West Michigan’s great outdoors over spring break!


Spring is the perfect time to hit South Haven’s fantastic trails, whether biking, jogging, or casually strolling. South Haven has two state trails that stretch for miles with beautiful scenery all around. Breathe in the fresh air while visiting South Haven this upcoming spring, then stop into one of their quality restaurants, wineries, breweries, or boutiques.

Stay, play, and relax this spring break with activities for the whole family! Stay at Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville from March 24th to April 6th with room rates beginning at $129 per night. Specialty spring break activities are included with your lodging package, plus free skiing and riding for the whole family! Book your stay today!

Visit Benzie County for all your spring break adventures! They have everything from The Hotel Frankfort, a majestic boutique hotel along the coast of Lake Michigan, to skiing and snowboarding at Crystal Mountain. Mark your calendars as Crystal Mountain hosts their annual Mardi Gras on the Mountain on Saturday, March 2nd and the Spring Carnival on Saturday, March 9th. Information on these events, lodging specials, and more are available on Make It Benzie’s website.

Looking for a place to get away with the kids over spring break? Holland has something for everyone. With activities perfect for the whole family, you can hike on one of the breathtaking dune and trail parks, climb Mt. Pisgah, and visit the famous Big Red Lighthouse. Lastly, for a little adult time, Holland offers a variety of performing arts events, trivia nights, shopping, and nightlife. Be sure to make Holland your go-to destination this spring break!

Spring skiing is simply the best at Northern Michigan’s Shanty Creek Resorts in Bellaire. The snow-pack is deep, temperatures are warmer, and there is sunshine on the slopes. All 53 of Shanty Creek’s runs are open and nothing short of amazing during this time of the year! So, this spring break, grab your skis, shades, and sunscreen and head for the slopes of Shanty Creek Resort.

If you’re planning a trip, Mecosta County is a beautiful place to stay this spring break. Beat cabin fever by getting out on one of the numerous trails in Mecosta County. Enjoy biking and hiking on the Frederik Meijer White Pine Trail. This award-winning trail features fishing platforms, benches, bike racks, and picnic areas on either side of the 250-foot wooden bridge that spans the Muskegon River. So, be sure to get outside this spring break in Mecosta County.