Northern Michigan should not be confused with the Upper Peninsula. Although a bit inaccurate, the term "Northern Michigan" is used to refer to only the northern portion of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan... the "fingers" of that mitten-shaped body of land.
LivelyLands is a destination festival located in the tiny town of Burdickville, MI. If you plan to make the trek to join us in one of the most beautiful places on earth, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can help you make your travel plans.
There are several ways to travel to Michigan's pinky from out of state. Here are some recommended travel options.
Flying to Traverse City
Just a 30 minute drive, Traverse City, MI has the closest airport to LivelyLands. With many non-stop and one-stop flights arriving from every corner of the United States, travel by way of Traverse City's Cherry Capital Airport is CONVENIENT. Northern Michigan’s regional airport – Cherry Capital (TVC) is serviced by American, Delta, and United.
If you decide to book a flight to TVC, just let us know and we can help you arrange transportation to and from the airport
Flying to Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids, MI is 160 miles from the LivelyLands campgrounds. Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR) is a commercial airport in Cascade Township about 13 miles southeast of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Rent a car for the easiest commute. If you decide to rent a car, make sure to route your trip arrive at this remote destination.
We have people arriving to LivelyLands from all over the country. If you're looking to carpool, just send us an email and we can connect you with other attendees to make the trip with. Whether you're coming from out of state or flying into Grand Rapids, Detroit, or Chicago we are ready to help you navigate your way to the festival.