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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Sault Ste Marie
The Sault Ste. Marie region is one such place that still speaks to our hearts. Sandy beaches and rocky coastlines lead to picturesque lighthouses, and engineering feats of man stand side-by-side with small fishing skiffs and buckets of bait. One great attraction is the Soo Locks. They have
Seney Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Exhibits
The visitor's center offers Children's touch table and interactive exhibits, a multi-projector slide show, and the Seney National History Association's Bookstore where visitors can shop for books and souvenirs. Visit the website to see a full line of activites during the year including