Michigan is definitely a walking state, it can be year-round too if you're willing to risk the nip of Jack Frost on your noise as well. We're not as big of a tourist attraction as Florida is with Disney or New York, but we can't forget Mackinaw during the summer, can we?

With that being said, what are the most walkable cities here in Michigan? Surprisingly, Northern Michigan didn't make the list, but these Michigan towns did.

The Most Walkable Towns In Michigan

10 different towns made the list of the most walkable here in Michigan, according to Redfin. 

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3.) Ypsilanti, Michigan

I know what you're thinking, but it's not what it looks like! Probably the most recognizable feature from Ypsilanti, this Michigan city just got labeled the third most walkable in the entire state. Ypsilanti is also a college town.

Walk Score: 62

Median Sale Price: 230,000

Median Rent Price: $1,166

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2.) Ferndale, Michigan

For starters, downtown Ferndale is absolutely a charm to walk through. There are tons of great shops and food you can choose from. The city is easily explored without needing to have your car or uber around if you're a visitor.

Walk Score: 67
Median Sale Price: $251,500
Median Rent Price: $1,550

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1.) Hamtramck, Michigan

With the highest walk score in the state and a suburb of Detroit, Hamtramck includes tons of pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods. As wells tons of shops and restaurants to attract tourists.

Walk Score: 82
Median Sale Price: $175,000
Median Rent Price: $1,075

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