Lexington, MI, USA

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Lexington, MI, USA

Lexington vacation rentals

Laid-back life in Lexington

Nestled on the shore of the sprawling Lake Huron in Sanilac County, Lexington is a small harbor village with plenty of charm. Vacationers tend to come for the scenery and the chance to get away from it all, but are often surprised to find that even though the pace of life is slower here, vibrant sailing, shopping, and music scenes equal boundless entertainment options. Stay in the heart of the action by choosing from the range of Lexington vacation rentals. Whether you’re looking for a cozy cottage in the downtown district or a lakefront cabin with room for the whole family, the perfect home awaits.

Slow down in Lexington

Lexington is the perfect place to slow things down a little. Leave the hustle and bustle of city life behind as you spend lazy days working on your tan at the beach or enjoying a family picnic at Harbor Park. Both spots offer a perfect view of the boats as they bob up and down in the lake’s brilliant blue waters. If the allure of the water proves appealing, sailing trips can be organized at Lexington State Harbor. Weather permitting, these cruises depart daily, although they are more enjoyable when the sun is shining. As night falls, raise a toast to the captain at Lexington’s very own craft brewery.

Turn up the volume in Lexington

Life may go a little slower here, but Lexington still knows how to throw a party. Warm Friday nights in July and August equal family-friendly Music in the Park concerts, which place everything from Motown to British invasion cover bands on the bill. In September, annual events such as the Lexington Bach Festival and the acoustic music festival Thumbfest ensure the tunes play on and summer lasts until Labor Day and beyond. Missed the musical interlude over the summer? The Lexington Village Theatre in downtown Lexington is a year-round attraction, hosting regular music concerts alongside side-splitting comedy acts.

Lexington means summer fun

Although winter has its own appeal in Lexington, thanks to the annual downtown celebrations and Holiday Horse Parade, the cooler temperatures in December are not for everyone. Sun seekers will likely want to head to the village during July and August when the summer temperatures are typically above 70. That said, competition to book the best Lexington vacation rentals can be stiffer at this time of year so you may find that a little flexibility on your dates rewards you with a larger choice of vacation homes. June, for example, still offers a respectable temperature in the 60s and you’ll find the village less crowded to boot.

Lexington equals Great Lakes

Perhaps unsurprisingly, a stay in Michigan’s Great Lakes region revolves around the water. Lake Huron is a large part of the appeal here but, of course, that means there are pristine stretches of sand to enjoy too. Find your perfect spot on any of 3 public beaches, all of which are easily accessible on foot and, if you’re lucky, may be just steps from your Lexington vacation rental. Green spaces are less prevalent although a quick drive south along the shore of Lake Huron offers the chance to explore spots such as Lakeport State Park and Fort Gratiot County Park.