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Roller Fox Skating Center offers a wide wooden floor where family and friends can safely race around the rink or whirl at near light speed in the exact middle. Guests strap on fresh sets of inline skates or conventional quad skates and glide to games of crack-the-whip across the wide wooden floor or skate over to the snack bar to nosh on pizza, fries, or soda.

12189 Apple Ave
Ravenna,
MI
US

Built in 1878 by the lumber baron Antoine Cartier, the Ludington House Bed and Breakfast whisks lodgers back to the quaint and quiet atmosphere of the nineteenth century in a three-story, eight-guest-room Victorian home constructed with charming herringbone hardwood floors, 12-foot ceilings, and stained-glass windows composed of authentic Victorian lace and teardrops. Kick up overworked feet in the master suite, with a flirty fireplace, a whirlpool for two, and a queen-sized bed. After a well-rested night, nibble on Ludington's freshly made apple-cinnamon french toast, quiche, fruit, or muffins. Located a short distance from five-star restaurants, boutique shopping, and Lake Michigan, guests can enjoy a host of enticing activities, from hiking at Ludington State Park to riding tortilla toboggans on Nacho Cheese River. Call ahead to make a reservation.

501 E Ludington Ave
Ludington,
MI
US

White Lake Greenhouses Floral has been translating complex sentiments into table-decorating arrangements for more than 100 years. Celebrate an heir to carry on the family foosball legacy with the Welcome Baby Boy arrangement ($45+), highlighted by green jade roses, blue iris, and white gerberas, or practice tango maneuvers to the mailbox with single-cut flowers ($1+). A basket-bound benjamin fig tree ($35+) gracefully adorns countertops, and a balloon bouquet ($20) cheers up loved ones and sparks the envy of gravity-enslaved bouncy balls.

703 E Colby St
Whitehall,
MI
US

West Michigan Kiteboarding helps riders conquer Lake Michigan, change their lifestyle, and get in shape with kiteboarding lessons. Using the power of the wind, riders can enjoy being peacefully propelled across the order, or more experienced riders can leap into the air or flip over the waves as the kite holds you aloft.

3510 Channel Avenue
Muskegon,
MI
US

Nestled between Hart-Montague Trail State Park and the placid White Lake, the quaint town of Montague sets the stage for a tranquil escape or an active adventure. Along the 22-mile paved trail, songbirds and deer flock to the orchards and winding hillsides as travelers set up picnics at the trailheads or stop for a meal in one of the villages along the route. Sun seekers also flock to nearby Medbery Park to stretch out on the beach, cool off in Lake Michigan, or play volleyball.Amid a cluster of antique shops in downtown Montague, a coffee shop and bookstore stands out as a favorite community haunt with author meet-and-greets and live music by local bands. For dining, Montague locals and out-of-towners often make a quick jaunt across the Whitehall-Montague Railroad Bridge to sample the greater variety of bars and eateries in the neighboring city of Whitehall.

4527 Dowling St
Montague,
MI
US

Comfort Inn fans the flames of lovey-doveyness with romantic getaway packages that enable couples to escape from daily chores and enjoy quality time. Guests nestle into their spacious king suites, harnessing high-speed WiFi to look up swoon-worthy sonnets and swimming tiny laps in the balmy waters of a two-person whirlpool tub. A mouthwatering box of chocolates and bottle of champagne greet guests upon arrival, and vibrant rose petals flood the air with a fragrant aroma. To further bolster the getaway’s relaxation-inducing atmosphere, sojourners can delay checkout until 12 p.m., facilitating leisurely sleep-in sessions or time to build an additional wing on a blanket fort.

1675 E Sherman Blvd
Muskegon,
MI
US