Here we come with the best listing of the places with images that you need to explore in Michigan .
- Grande Ballroom
The Grande Ballroom was designed by Charles N. Agree in the Art Deco style with Moorish influences in 1928. This is Abandoned concert venue famous for its legendary and its rock counterculture. Grande Ballroom got fame during 1960’s and now its legendary stage is now open to any urban explorers who dare to enter the crumbling structure.
It was firstly a jazz venue and later shift from jazz to big bands and became a dance club in the 1950s which was unsuccessful, may be because it was alcohol free environment, but later it was turned into a rollerskating rink. From 1966 to 2006 many times it get closed and than reopened by a new idea like rock venue, garbage rock scene and the largest stobes lights constructed by music.
However people think reopening is unlucky and grande ballroom remain empty all the time.
- Turnip Rock
PORT AUSTIN, MICHIGAN
A large turnip shaped rock island just off Michigan shore in Lake Huron is Turnip Rock. This unique shape rock is the result of thousands years of erosion by storm waves. This rock is twenty foot tall and many vegetation have grown on the top of this isolated island .
Island is at the most northern point or we can say on the thumb of Michigan. The land surrounded the rock is privately owned therefore one have to visit the rock in a boat on the frozen lake during winter season.
Kitch-iti-kipi is Michigan’s largest freshwater spring, which means “big cold water.” As this traditional name is little bit difficult to pronounce so often, this big fresh water pool is just known as The Big Spring by the visitors that visit here annually. Kitch-iti-kipi is located at the one of the upper peninsula’s at northern terminus of M-149 and is a major tourist attractions despite its of its way.
This lake was discovered in the 1920s by the owner of a five and dime store. It was hidden behind dense forest and trees and behind the heaps of garbage. 10000 gallons of water flow through this lake in one minute. Visitors love the clear and cold water and the greenery on the sides in the form of forest.
- Turtle Island
This is a small privately owned island divided between Michigan and Ohio with abandoned vacation homes and a derelict lighthouse. Members of the local Miami tribe would come to the island Before Western colonization to forage for bird eggs. Due to its small size of 1.5 acres, this Turtle Island has a very strange and unique history.
There is no known archaeological data behind that suggest permanent or even seasonal settlement by the Miami. In 1794 British occupied this island but later in 1796 data shows that the island is controlled by Miami. The United States considered that island as union territory after the war of 1812 but the government did not use it and was sold out in auction in 1827.