PADDLE THE GREAT WATERS
There’s nothing quite like the Great Lakes, and The Great Waters offers the three greatest to choose from: Michigan, Huron, and Superior. Paddling is one of the best ways to slow down and enjoy the serenity and majesty of these mighty lakes. Canoe, kayak, raft, even surf your way among The Great Waters – you’ll understand why these fresh water sea’s have drawn visitors for centuries.
In the non-stop hustle and bustle of our lives today, Michigan’s eastern Upper Peninsula offers a chance to slow down and appreciate nature’s wonder from a vantage point unlike any other. You’ll experience places like the Tahquamenon River, one of the few rivers in Michigan designated as a National Wild and Scenic River. Make your way through the Great Lakes to glimpse the wonders of nature found here in these treasures.
So don’t forget to paddle our lakes and waterways as you discover the Great Waters. A plethora of natural spectacles unique to The Great Waters awaits your exploration. Come and immerse yourself in our lakes and rivers and find out for yourself just why we call them the Great Lakes.
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Big Cedar Campground, Canoe Livery
The former C.C.C. camp #3626 offers a friendly, quiet atmosphere on the Manistique River. The camping area is surrounded with fishing and hunting opportunities, and the campground has plenty of activities including volleyball, horseshoes, basketvall, badminton, a pavilion and playground.
Big Island Lake Wilderness Area
There are 23 small lakes within the area ranging in size from 5 to 149 acres. The lakes are close enough to each other for canoe portaging and are currently linked by marked portage trails. White Birch, Maple, Beech and Quaking Aspen all cover the upland of the area while Hemlock Spruce