Thursday, June 20, 2019

Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) Program-- gain FREE access to hundreds of parks, museums, and more with your library card!


Want to plan some fun things to do this summer? Check this out!

If you're a Michigan Resident and are looking for a FREE way to gain access to hundreds of state parks, campgrounds, museums and activities, you need to make yourself familiar with the MAP Program! Plus, they've added 33 new places to their list! The state of Michigan is practically covered in places to visit with this program!


Let me tell you about the Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) program! Perhaps you've noticed this program at your local library, but didn't really know what it was.

The Michigan Activity Pass gives Michigan library cardholders FREE access to 471 sites and numerous events.

Plus, the program is now ALL ONLINE! So just visit the Michigan Activity Pass website to find all the activities available!

You can search using different criteria, such as "camping" or "museum", or you can search for places within a certain number of miles from home. It's very user friendly!

When you find the one you're interested in, click on it for more info and then click "get pass". You'll need to enter your library card number to complete the pass request. (The number of passes for each day is limited and can "sell out" for specific days.)

Passes are valid for use for 1 week. If you need to check out numerous passes, you can use your spouse's library card or your children's cards!

This is a great way to visit state parks, museums, and more... for FREE!

We are planning a camping trip to the Upper Peninsula and we will gain access to many of the state parks and museums there for free or discounted prices!


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