SOMETIMES THE TREASURE FINDS YOU . . .
Welcome to a land rich with miracles of nature and marvels of human ingenuity. From our smallest towns to our greatest landmarks, the Great Waters offers more to explore . . . and discover.
Cross one of the world’s great suspension bridges. Hike a national forest. Ride the ferry to a world-renowned resort island. Roam the shops and galleries of historic villages. Lose yourself in the majestic beauty of our shoreline. The Great Waters is a place overflowing with memories just waiting to be made.
There’s more to see and do in the Great Waters than you’ll ever fit into a single visit. Because there’s nowhere else in this world quite like the eastern end of the Upper Peninsula.
So have a look around. When you explore the Great Waters, you never know the treasures you’ll find.
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Drummond Island is comprised of 83,000 acres, 150 miles of rugged scenic shoreline, 133 square miles of forested landscape, and 34 inland lakes. Within this diverse habitat, a number of rare species, land formations and plants can be found. Some of the Island's rare features include Puddingstones,