Be Natural Organics is a Michigan based business. #MadeinMichigan. Be Natural Organics is committed to providing the finest organic and natural skin care. Here are some great adventures that you can do in Michigan.
Go Hiking – Michigan’s beautiful hiking trails grow even more beautiful in the fall, when trees blaze with color. Visit the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in the U.P. to see that brilliant foliage against a backdrop of Lake Superior and the Lake of the Clouds. Or head to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore to combine your autumn hike with a breathtaking run down the dunes.
Autumn’s sunshine brings apple season to Michigan. Head to Robinette’s Apple Haus & Winery in Grand Rapids for fresh-picked bushels of Macintosh and Delicious and stay for sweet-tart cider and warm donuts. Your family can pick their own fruit at Crane Orchards U-Pick and Corn Maze in Fennville, each tidy row of apple trees labeled to help you find the perfect variety for pie baking.
Sip a glass of cider at Rochester Hills’ Yates Cider Mill and you’ll be following a tradition that stretches back to Civil War days—Yates has produced cider from its water-powered mill since 1863. The name is funny, but the cider-sipping is good at Knaebe’s Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm and Cider Mill in Rogers City. Looking for something a little stronger? Vander Mill Cider Mill & Winery in Spring Lake promises soft and hard ciders made solely from locally-grown apples, or jazzed up with ginger, berries, hops or poblano peppers.
Visit a Winery
Autumn brings the crush to Michigan’s 100+ wineries. Sample the state’s crisp Pinot Grigios, fruity Rieslings and dry Pinot Noirs at one of the state’s wine trails: The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail and Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula Trails near Traverse City; the Bay View Wine Trail in the Petoskey Area; the Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail in southwest Michigan; and the Southeast Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail near Jackson.
Celebrate Oktoberfest in Frankenmuth
With the nickname “Michigan’s Little Bavaria,” it’s no surprise that Frankenmuth celebrates Oktoberfest like no place else in the state. Enjoy live polka music and dancing, traditional German food, wiener dog races and a glass of beer from Frankenmuth Brewery.
Fish for Salmon
Life slows down on Michigan’s pristine rivers, and never more so than with a fly rod in your hands. Try your hand at landing a salmon, steelhead or trout at one of the state’s best fly fishing rivers: the Pere Marquette near Baldwin; the Manistee River; St. Mary’s River near Sault Ste. Marie; or the Grand River near Grand Rapids.
Book a Room
Check into a cozy Michigan inn, and wile away the hours on colorful forest walks or before a roaring fire. Relax at the turn-of-the-century Laurium Manor Inn on the Keweenaw Peninsula, once the elaborate mansion of a copper mine owner. The 100-year-old Walloon Lake Inn sits on the sparkling shore of its namesake lake and just a short drive from the golf courses and shopping in Petoskey. Or visit the National House Inn, Michigan’s oldest. Set in the heart of Marshall, the inn was built in 1835 and once served as a stagecoach inn and a stop along the Underground Railroad.
Kids and adults love the challenge of finding their way through intricate labyrinths carved out of towering corn fields. Bestmaze in Williamston combines a 20-acre corn maze with laser tag. Crane Orchards U-Pick and Corn Maze in Fennville promises a 20-acre corn maze in west Michigan, while Alber’s Orchard & Cider Mill boasts a 7-acre corn maze and a smaller straw bale maze on their farm in Manchester, in southeast Michigan.
Be Natural Organics uses the finest ingredients available for all of our products. We use organic, wild crafted and Co2 derived plant materials in crafting each product. These ingredients are essential in producing the finest grade oils, for optimal skin nourishment and repair.