Driving through Lake Michigan’s holiday drive is not the same as driving through the mountains, but with the right walker, it can be.
Lake Shore Drive is one of the world’s most scenic driveways and a great way to see the wonders of Michigan’s lakes and shoreline.
Lake Shore drive is often known as the “Grand Canyon” because of its steep climb from the Lake Superior shoreline to the shoreline of Lake Huron.
Lake Michigan has some of the best views in the country, with spectacular lakefront views of the Great Lakes and the Upper Peninsula.
The drive from the city of St. Joseph, Michigan to Lake Shore is a short two-minute drive.
If you’re new to the drive, here are some tips:Drive through the gates at the end of the road in the middle of the lake.
Walk across the road to the end and then continue on to the next gate.
There is a marked trail, so it’s best to follow it.
Once you get to the parking lot, follow the signs to the other side of the drive.
You will come to a road that has two lanes and you need to turn left to follow the road.
You can stop at any of the traffic lights along the way.