Michigan travel maps by region.

These free, printable travel maps of Michigan are divided into eight regions:

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Travel Maps of Michigan

Travel map of the state of Michigan.

Detroit and Southeast Michigan

Visitors are often surprised by the cultural attractions that abound in southeastern Michigan, from ethnic enclaves like Hamtramck to impressive museums like The Henry Ford.restaurants, shopping, and hotels.

Travel map of Detroit and Southeast Michigan
Detroit and Southeast Michigan
Travel map of Detroit, Michigan
Travel map of Downtown Detroit, Michigan
Downtown Detroit

The Thumb

This region sees fewer crowds than the towns along Lake Michigan. Travelers who appreciate a slower pace and more old-fashioned vibe will enjoy fishing in Lake Huron, touring ancient petroglyphs, strolling through small coastal villages, and visiting historic sites within the region.

Travel map of The Thumb of Michigan
The Thumb
Travel map of Flint, Michigan
Travel map of Downtown Flint, Michigan
Downtown Flint
Travel map of Frankenmuth, Michigan
Travel map of Saginaw and Bay City, Michigan
Saginaw and Bay City

Ann Arbor and the Heartland

This is the only part of Michigan not bordered by at least one of the Great Lakes. Still, this vast region contains college sports teams, scenic lakes, unique cultural attractions like Kalamazoo’s Air Zoo, and some of the state’s largest cities.

Travel map of Ann Arbor and the Michigan Heartland.
Ann Arbor and the Heartland
Travel map of Midland, Michigan
Travel map of Lansing, Michigan and MSU Campus.
Lansing & MSU
Travel map of Grand Rapids, Michigan
Grand Rapids
Travel map of Kalamazoo, Michigan and Vicinity.
Kalamazoo and Vicinity
Travel map of Downtown Ann Arbor and University of Michigan
Downtown Ann Arbor and University of Michigan
Travel map of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Ann Arbor

The Southwest Coast

Michigan’s most compact region, this shoreline is certainly the easiest to visit. Traveling from Harbor Country to the White Lake area requires less than a three-hour drive—but oh, what a drive!

Travel map of The Southwest Coast of Michigan
The Southwest Coast
Travel map of Saugatuck and Douglas, Michigan
Saugatuck and Douglas

Traverse City and Northwest Michigan

Every summer, tourists flock to Traverse City, the self-proclaimed “Cherry Capital of the World.” The surrounding area is popular among visitors due to the wondrous Sleeping Bear Dunes, the wild rivers of Manistee National Forest, the wineries of the Leelanau Peninsula, and the lovely bays, lakes, and beaches.

Travel map of Traverse City and Northwest Michigan
Traverse City and Northwest Michigan
Travel map of Traverse City, Michigan
Traverse City
Travel map of The Leelanau Peninsula, Michigan
The Leelanau Peninsula
Travel map of Beaver Island, Michigan
Beaver Island

Mackinac Island and Northeast Michigan

With its pine forests, canoeing rivers, inland lakes, and championship golf courses, Northeast Michigan is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. The area’s biggest attraction, the auto-free Mackinac Island, is definitely a step back in time, luring visitors with its quaint shops, carriage rides, and historic hotels.

Travel map of Mackinac Island and Northeast Michigan
Mackinac Island and Northeast Michigan
Travel map of Mackinac Island
Mackinac Island

Eastern Upper Peninsula

Most travelers reach the U.P. by crossing the Mackinac Bridge into St. Ignace. From here, you can explore many cultural attractions, including lighthouses, a shipwreck museum, and the Soo Locks near Sault Ste. Marie.

Travel map of Michigan's Upper Peninsula (East)
The Eastern Upper Peninsula
Travel map of Grand Island, Michigan
Grand Island
Travel map of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Travel map of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and Vicinity
Sault Ste. Marie and Vicinity

Western Upper Peninsula

For seekers of solitude, this region promises all that and more. Although the Keweenaw Peninsula boasts a wealth of historic mining sites, and the Ironwood area has a number of popular ski resorts, much of this region consists of vast wilderness areas, including some of the highest mountains in the Midwest. Here, backpackers can lose themselves within expansive forests, kayakers can explore the frigid waters of Lake Superior, and the truly daring can venture to isolated Isle Royale.

Travel map of Isle Royale National Park, Michigan
Isle Royale National Park
Travel map of Michigan's Upper Peninsula (East)
The Western Upper Peninsula
Travel map of The Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan
The Keweenaw Peninsula
Travel map of Marquette, Michigan