Trails & Maps

There are many different craft beverage trail systems throughout Michigan, sometimes set apart by beverage, sometimes by region and sometimes both! These trails welcome you to experience their unique flavors and landscape with fun, frequent events, and other tourism opportunities.

View the list of Michigan Wine, Beer and Spirit Trails.

Touring Maps

Touring maps are helpful in planning your agritourism destination. Locations and maps are available.

Michigan Distilleries

Michigan Breweries

Michigan Wineries

Michigan Hard Cider

Plan Your Wine, Camp, and Trail Adventure

Need a Road Map? How About an Off-Road Map?

When planning your outdoor experiences through Michigan, be sure ask about local craft beverage businesses. With more than 600 businesses ranging from urban to rural environments, you're sure to find something that pairs with your next adventure. This map will help you locate craft beverage businesses along the way.

View Michigan trail information and make campground reservations to make the most of your travels around the state. 

Michigan Provides Plenty

Michigan is a state unlike any other. Two magical peninsulas are surrounded by the beloved Great Lakes - the world's largest supply of fresh water. The state is home to steep sand dunes, tall forests and plentiful inland lakes. Michigan is a haven of natural resources, and is an agricultural paradise.

Are you planning your fall color tour? Use the Pure Michigan Scenic Route's fall color map to anticipate the best viewing times.

This is the official website of the Michigan Craft Beverage Council. The Council has the mission to provide for research into Michigan agricultural products, such as fruits, hops and barley that are used in the production of Michigan wine, cider, beer, spirits and mixed spirit drinks.