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The Great Lakes -- Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario -- and their connecting channels form the largest fresh surface water system on earth. If you stood on the moon, you could see the lakes and recognize the familiar wolf head shape of Lake Superior, or the mitten bounded by lakes Michigan, Huron and Erie. Covering more than 94,000 square miles and draining more than twice as much land, these Freshwater Seas hold an estimated 6 quadrillion gallons of water.

Outdoor recreation in the Great Lakes region is a way of life. The Great Lakes offer outstanding tourism and recreation opportunities, ranging from pristine wilderness activities in national parks such as Isle Royale and Pukaskwa to waterfront beaches in major cities. A well-defined four-seasons climate supports many types of recreation from ice fishing, skiing and snowmobiling in the winter to golf, fishing, boating and swimming in the summer.

Please just click on the links below for the full range of holiday accommodation, from five star luxury hotels in Great Lakes, to quality B&Bs and fabulous self-catering holiday cottages, chalets, villas, holiday rentals, vacation rentals and holiday apartments in Great Lakes. There are also many excellent campsites and caravan parks. There is a huge range of attractions, places to eat and other activities to suit all tastes. We are always looking for updates to our Great Lakes page. If you would like to contribute material or pictures to this, please email us.

Lovetoescape.com aims to provide a one-stop shop for holiday makers by providing easy an easy to use directory and information portal for all types of holiday accommodation and attractions in America. If you would like to advertise your Great Lakes attraction, Great Lakes Hotel, Great Lakes villa, cottage, chalet, holiday apartment, holiday rental, vacation rental or B&B in Great Lakes, please take a look at our advertising options.

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