The I-69 Recreational Heritage Route in Southern Michigan stretches from the Indiana state line 80 miles to the north, with several communities in between including Coldwater and Marshall. United by their common recreational amenities, each of these communities offers its own particular brand of fun.
You'll discover an area with miles of trails and land for hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling as well as inland lakes and some of the best fishing in Michigan.
The I-69 Recreational Heritage Route is a historically significant region where visitors can enjoy fresh foods, the largest collection of restored homes in the Midwest, and the colorful stories about people who shaped the land.
Whether it's a slice of Americana, an affordable vacation destination, outstanding water sports, hunting, camping, or participating in old-fashioned festivals and events - it's all here along the I-69 Recreational Heritage Route - a great Michigan getaway.