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Outdoor Weekend Getaway in Saugatuck and Douglas, Michigan
By car: For this 2-1/2-hour trip, take I-90/94 East toward Detroit and continue on I-90/the Skyway until it meets back with I-94 in Indiana. Remember to bring money or your FastPass for steep tolls on the Skyway. Take I-196 north toward Holland/Grand Rapids and then Exit 36 for Douglas/Saugatuck.
By train: Driving is really the most practical way to get to Saugatuck/Douglas, but you can catch Amtrak's Pere Marquette service, which runs once a day from Chicago into Holland, Mich., about 12 miles away. It's a fairly inexpensive cab ride from Holland to Saugatuck, and once you're there, you can call for Saugatuck's Interurban Transit vans to get you from place to place once you're there.
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