20 Top June Vacation Ideas

Looking for June vacation ideas and fun things to do in Michigan?

Greek Festival

If June is your prime time for enjoying festivities and celebrations, then Michigan can cater to any tastes you have during this warm summer month.

No matter where you reside or are visiting in this state, there is sure to be some celebration that you can participate in. If you are looking for something to enjoy as a couple or as a family, there is no end to the amount of entertainment you can find in Michigan. Here are some ideas for travel in Michigan this summer.

  • Dionysos Greek Festival: Greek shows, dance lessons and a number of lectures are sure to attract people of all ages in Kalamazoo. Children under 12 are free and have access to a number of face painting, games and programs. To learn more...
  • Charlevoix Renaissance Festival: Castle Farms in Charlevoix hosts a number of activities to enjoy the action, adventure and romance of the Renaissance times. Costumes, theater and fine food are just a few of the many features of this festival. To join the fun...
  • Detroit Festival of Arts: A cultural festival for everyone in the family, with culinary vendors, a youth artist market and street painters, there is a wide variety of arts all in one place. To find out more....
  • Riverbank Traditional Pow Wow: Lansing, Michigan is home to the Native American Arts and Crafts Council that hosts a traditional pow wow each year. Celebrating the Native culture with others both in and around Michigan. For Pow Wow information...
  • Frontier Days--Carson City Frontier Days is the first weekend in June. Events include an arts and crafts fair, a grand parade and a buckaroo parade, a talent show, a community-wide picnic, lawnmower races, a car show and cruise-in, and hot air balloon contests. For more information...
  • Benny's Bike Rally: For motorbike enthusiasts, Midland Michigan is home to this famed motorcycle rally with music, contests, vendors and camping opportunities for those with similar interests. For rally details...
Arts Festival
  • Grand Rapids Art Festival: Grand Rapids, MI This festival is a community showcase of visual, performance, and culinary art. All Festival performances and exhibits are free of charge! Festival is truly unique: an arts celebration put on totally by volunteers as a community-wide salute to the incredible talent in West Michigan. It is the largest all-volunteer arts event in the nation and is a not-to-be-missed annual event for families in search of the perfect way to spend the first full weekend in June. To see what is planned...
  • Pine Mountain Music Festival: The Upper Peninsula of Michigan features choral, opera, chamber music and symphony options for people of any musical tastes. To learn more...
  • Royal Oak Clay & Glass Festival: Jewelry, gifts, decorative art are all available as well as entertainment and fine food in Royal Oak when attending the Clay and Glass festival in June. To find out more information...
  • Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival: New Baltimore includes fishing as well as fireworks, a parade and a cardboard boat regatta during this celebration for everyone in the family. To find out more...
  • Fiesta Mexicana: Flint, Michigan celebrates their proud Mexican heritage with arts and crafts, entertainment, dancers and authentic Mexican food while still remaining an alcohol-free event for people of all ages. For more details...
  • Alpena Blues Festival: Alpena hosts this magnificent gathering of blues artists annually courtesy of contributions of time and money from the surrounding community. Be sure to include this festival on your agenda if you enjoy this form of music. To find out how to join the fun...
  • Dam Festival: Eaton Rapids is home to the annual Dam Festival that incorporates a number of activities such as entertainment, a funny boat contest, a car show and much more. To learn more...
Hot Air Balloon
  • Michigan Challenge Balloonfest: With a range of activities including skydivers, a 5k race, stunt kites and an art show, the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce delivers an outstanding array of entertainment for everyone in the family. More details...
  • Strawberry Fest and Craft Show: Coldwater has its sidewalks and parks lined with many vendors showcasing their arts and crafts once a year. Strawberries are an important part of this showing due to the season. For more detailed information...
  • Antiques on the Bay: St. Ignace is the place to be for antique automobile enthusiasts. With free admission to the public, it is a great way to spend some time enjoying quality craftsmanship. To learn more...
  • Stars and Stripes Festival: While in Mount Clemens be sure to attend this celebration that includes fireworks, carnival rides and live music. With BMX and skateboard demonstrations, boat exhibits and rock climbing are sure to capture the interest of anyone in the family. To find out more...
  • Gizzard Fest: For a truly unique experience, try this unique festival in Potterville. You will fins is a classic car and truck show, antique tractors on display, 3-on-3 basketball, 5k run/walk, a carnival, arts and crafts, a flea market, music parade, fireworks, gizzard eating contest, beer tent, entertainment and more.
  • Caro Cars and Crafts Weekend: Caro, MI Car show and festival featuring beautifully restored and painted classic cars, hot-rods, and antique cars. To find out more about this fun things to do in June...

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