Michigan road trip webcam footage

Thanks to this recent arctic weather, I’m starting to go a little crazy! If you need a little escape and want to know what’s happening beyond your own four walls, here’s a way to see what’s happening across the state without leaving the comfort of your warm home.

I was recently exploring the Pure Michigan website as a way to kill time and find inspiration for a road trip, when I came across a collection of live cams located across the state! Have you ever wondered what the Mackinac Bridge looks like in winter? Yeah, but I don’t plan on making the trip north anytime soon. This is not a problem thanks to the webcam above the Holiday Inn Express City of Mackinaw! What about what’s happening on Holland’s historic Windmill Island at present? There are several cameras offering city views across the Holland region, with some, like the one on Windmill Island, even allowing you to control them yourself!

If you are someone who enjoys winter sports, you can check local ski conditions thanks to the ten cameras of Michigan ski resorts. You can see live ski resorts such as Boyne Mountain, Pine Knob, and Crystal Mountain, to name a few. I’ll be honest, I’ve been watching these cams for longer than I’d like to admit. It was amazing to see with my own eyes places I have only heard of like Frankenmuth, Charlevoix and Drummond Island. Now that I’m back in Michigan, I can’t wait to start exploring these places once the weather warms up, but for now these webcams are the next best thing!

Fair warning: if you start watching the ships arrive on the Webcam Port Huron you absolutely will be wasting hours of your day. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

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