The Michigan Services trains consist of 3 trains serving the state of Michigan. The Pere Marquette connects Chicago to Grand Rapids, MI and is one of the shortest routes in the Amtrak system. You’ll see the beautiful west coast of Michigan including Holland and Kalamazoo. The Blue Water takes you from Lake Michigan to Lake Huron, ending in Port Huron. The Wolverine, traveling through Ann Arbor, will take you from Chicago to Detroit.
Amtrak Stations In Michigan
Amtrak Trains In Michigan
Amtrak Ticket Prices From Michigan
|Train Route||Begin||End||Coach Price|
|Pere Marquette||Chicago||Grand Rapids||$18|
|Blue Water||Chicago||Port Huron||$18|
Booking Amtrak Tickets From Michigan
To book a ticket for any of the Amtrak Stations in Michigan, use our Amtrak ticket booking guide to purchase tickets at the lowest price in any class. Amtrak also runs sales and discounts on most routes.
Amtrak In Michigan Tips
All of the Amtrak trains in Michigan connect to Chicago. From Chicago you have the options of going to the west coast on the California Zephyr or the Southwest Chief. You could also connect to the east coast on the Cardinal. Chicago is the hub of the Amtrak system that connects both coasts.