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Soo Locks - Sault Ste Marie

There's a reason we call it The Great Waters!  Here you will find the most amazing collection of natural and manmade landmarks in North America. Where else can you explore cascading waterfalls, ancient lighthouses, turn of the century shipwrecks one day and the next visit the majesty and wonder of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Looking for more adventure?   Paddle the Fox, the Tahquamenon, or The Mouth of the Two Hearted. Hike, ski, bike, or snowshoe the endless trails that run through the Hiawatha National Forest, Seney National WIldlife Refuge, or the awe inspiring Grand Island National Recreation Area.

Get a glimpse of maritime history at the Soo Locks, where freighters, barges, tugboats and more traverse the 21-foot drop between Lake Superior and Lake Huron every day.

The Soo Locks Visitors Center is open from Mid-May through Mid-October from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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GarLyn Zoo

W9104 US-2
Naubinway, MI 49762
Phone: (906) 477-1085

Kids love it - fun for the Whole Family! Stop in and see the new tiger exhibit. Located 40 minutes west of the Mackinac Bridge on US-2 just 6 miles east of Naubinway. See Live tigers, black bear, alligator, cougar, bobcat, wolves, wallaby, camel, reindeer, ring-tailed lemur, sika deer, river otter…

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Gladstone Beach

500 South 10th Street
Gladstone, MI 49837
Phone: (906) 428-9222

Located along the northern most shore of Lake Michigan!…

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Grand Island National Recreation Area

Munising, MI 49862
Phone: (906) 387-3700

Located 1/2 mile off the mainland, Grand Island is owned and managed by Hiawatha National Forest and most of the 21-square-mile island is available for exploration. Regularly scheduled ferries transport guests from Munising to Williams Landing. No cars are allowed - the best way to enjoy the island…

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Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum

Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: (906) 635-1742

Whitefish Point separates Whitefish Bay from Lake Superior. This narrow point of windswept land juts into the lake, creating a navigation hazard for ships, but also serving as a natural gathering point for migrating birds. A light station was erected on the point in 1849 and today a shipwreck museum…

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