Depending on where in Michigan you’re planning to visit, there are several good online resources. State-wide information can be found at Travel Michigan.   On the Travel Michgan site, you can also find listings for all of the local Convention & Visitor Bureau websites, which can provide you with tons of detailed information about a particular area of the state. If you're looking for information about the Upper Peninsula, check out UP Travel & Recreation. For information specific to the northern part of the state, check out Northern Michigan Connection for extensive travel information by region. For the southern part of the state, turn to Branch County Tourism.

Being one of the most popular destinations in the state, Detroit is loaded with tourist information. The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau, at 211 West Fort Street, Suite 1000, offers visitors’ packets, maps, transportation information, and videos about the city. And you can get information about most of the surrounding suburbs through their respective Chambers of Commerce, including Birmingham-Bloomfield, Central Macomb, Dearborn, Farmington, Southfield, and Troy.

Of course areas away from Detroit offer their own services, as well. In Traverse City in the northwestern Lower Peninsula, contact the Traverse City Convention & Visitors Bureau for information on the wineries, beaches, shopping, and accommodations. In Grand Marais on the north coast of the upper peninsula, try the Grand Marais Chamber of Commerce for information on the Pictured Rocks and other attractions, accommodations, and camping. In Mackinac, located between the upper and lower peninsulas, the Mackinac Island Chamber of Commerce has tips on the state park, transportation, and historic homes. And at the Holland Convention and Visitors Bureau get information on the four beaches: Holland State Park, Oval Beach, Dunes State Park, and Tunnel Park.