Michigan Summer Fun Tips from the MediLodge Whole Person Wellness Program

Michigan is brimming with natural beauty.  From the majesty of the Great Lakes to the enduring charm of our small towns, Michigan provides a wealth of opportunities for entertainment and relaxation every summer.

 

  • Visit Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park

  • Visit Mackinac Island

  • Cross the Mackinac Bridge

  • Cheer on the Tigers at Comerica Park

  • Visit the Detroit Institute of Arts

  • Go swimming in the Great Lakes

  • Go camping at one of Michigan’s State Parks

  • Hike in the Porcupine Mountains

  • Visit The Henry Ford and Greenfield Village

  • Watch the Great Lakes freighters pass through the Soo Locks or the Detroit and St. Clair Rivers

  • Go fishing, canoeing or kayaking on one Michigan’s rivers or lakes

  • Go golfing at one of the over 1000 golf courses in Michigan

  • Go biking or hiking on one of Michigan’s trails

  • Visit the Detroit Zoo

  • Find a Michigan Farmer’s Market near you

  • Visit one of Michigan’s 115 historic lighthouses

 

Please share some of your favorite summer activities in the comment section.

 

The goal of the MediLodge Whole Person Wellness Program is to recognize the unique individuality of everyone. This approach to wellness is an active process in which everyone is encouraged to make choices towards personal growth in seven dimensions of wellness: physical, social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, occupational/vocational and financial. Most workplace wellness programs focus entirely on physical health. With a whole person wellness approach, the physical needs will not be downplayed, but will be held in equal importance as the dimensions that involve mind and spirit. In whole person wellness a high priority is placed on prevention, individual involvement and the responsibility we each have for achieving optimal wellness of body, mind and spirit.

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