Fresh fruit this time of year is rare nearly any where in the country, most of it is imported.
However in the summer there are a number of local crops that you can take advantage of.
Cherries, raspberries, black berries, strawberries, blue berries, elderberries, apples, and pears all grow in Michigan. Most are pretty easy to find at pick your own and farm markets. Some are not hard to find in the wild.
However dried, frozen or canned fruit all make good additions to mead. So you can still make fruit meads (melomels) during the winter.