Michigan - The world’s longest freshwater coastline can be found in the Midwestern state of Michigan, which is surrounded by four of the five Great Lakes. With more than 100 public beaches, over 800 golf courses and close to 100 state parks, there is no shortage of back-to-nature activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Divided into two land masses by the massive bodies of water, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is heavily forested, while the Lower Peninsula has a mixture of urban developments and agricultural communities – along with 97% of the state’s population. Also known as “Motor City,” Detroit’s self storage facilities overflow with car parts and equipment for repairing automobiles. Up north, near the Mackinaw Bridge, which connects the two peninsulas, mini storage units in St. Ignace and Mackinaw City contain various water-crafts, such as canoes, kayaks and motor boats for use on Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Around Grand Rapids, storage facilities are a great place to stash dune buggies in between rides over the area’s gigantic sand dunes. Hundreds of self storage facilities dot Michigan’s countryside.