The owners of MACkite of Grand Haven say this year’s 30th annual Great Lakes Kite Festival will also be the last.
According to a recently released report from Airbnb, there were a combined 7,150 guest arrivals in 2017 in Grand Haven and Spring Lake, resulting in just over $1 million in supplemental income.
There are no shortage of trails in and around Ottawa County to help celebrate the statewide designation of Michigan Trails Week, Sept. 23-30.
Friday was the first day of fall – arguably Michigan's best season – and county road agencies across the state have released a list of when and where to see the most magnificent leaf colors.
The results of a 2016 summer tourism study of the city by Grand Valley State University researchers have shed light on what drives visitors to the area.
International travel doesn't have to involve a long flight abroad.
A Conde Nast Traveler magazine editor announced the “Top 5 places to retire” in the nation Tuesday morning on NBC-TV’s “Today” show, and Grand Haven is among them — to which show co-host Kathy Gifford said, “Love Michigan, it's unbelievably beautiful.”
NEW YORK — The U.S. Travel Association on Thursday said the Trump administration's immigration policies are hurting tourism.
The secret is out: Not only is the Grand Haven area a great place to live, it's becoming an increasingly popular place to visit — and that shows in the dollars being spent on local lodging.
Grand Haven bested saltwater seaside towns in Massachusetts, Florida, Washington, New Jersey, South Carolina, California and Maine.
Holland and Saugatuck have made a Fodor's list of "25 Underrated Midwestern Towns to Visit This Fall."
Grand Haven has once again been selected as one of the top 10 “Happiest Seaside Towns,” according to Coastal Living magazine.
Do local tourism bureaus violate the constitutional rights of resort and hotel owners who fund them?
Grand Haven’s summer tourist season has officially begun, and with it comes the start of the city’s summer tourism count.
Pure Michigan tourism experts say the number of trips and overall travel spending increased across the state last year — a trend that was also observed closer to home.