Grand Rapids, MI, March 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Gather the family, pack the suitcases, fuel up the car and get ready for an adventure – the West Michigan Tourist Association is pleased to announce the release of the 2010-11 West Michigan: Carefree Travel Guide. This year-round travel planner is your guide to all the best places to stay and play throughout the entire western half of the Lower Peninsula, from the Michigan-Indiana state line to Mackinac Island.
The 2010-11 edition of this free guide features comprehensive vacation grids that will guide travelers to:
· Agri-Tourism Locales
Fresh. Local. Ready. Your guide to the freshest produce in West Michigan and when it is available.
· Festivals & Events
An annual calendar to guide you to the best festivals & events happening throughout West Michigan.
· Food & Spirits featuring Michigan Wineries & Breweries
A gourmet meal, a glass of Michigan wine or beer, an ice cream cone, you will find them all here.
· Outdoor Recreation
Golfing, canoeing, skiing – West Michigan provides four seasons of outdoors fun.
· Places to Stay
Everything from rustic campgrounds to four-star accommodations.
Pick up the perfect souvenir to remind you of your adventures.
· Things to Do
Must see sights and activities.
“This guide is a must for anyone traveling in West Michigan,” said Sarah Hayes, Director of Marketing for the West Michigan Tourist Association. “It is the only comprehensive publication encompassing four-seasons of travel planning in the West Michigan region since 1917. Throughout its pages, visitors and residents of West Michigan alike will discover the most exciting ways to spend their time whether they are planning a week long vacation, weekend getaway or day - trip.”
Order your free copy today. The 2010-11 West Michigan: Carefree Travel Guide is available online at http://www.wmta.org/publications-24/ or by calling 616-245-2217.
Founded in 1917, WMTA is the oldest continually operated regional tourist association in the nation and dedicated to proving that “Nobody Knows West Michigan Like We Do”