A FEW WAYS TO NAVIGATE THE GREAT WATERS.
Woods, water, and beaches and beyond! We put together a few itineraries to help you navigate all The Great Waters has to offer.
Islands Big and Small -- Based in St. Ignace
Explore the Sheltered Bays and Ancient Paths of Lake Huron on this two-day adventure as you peddle and paddle your way around. Based in St. Ignace, this itinerary allows for the active nature-lover to get out and discover the islands of the Great Waters.
Rugged Shores and Falling Waters -- Based in Munising
Munising's extraordinary geology allows for breath-taking views and waterfalls. Get an exclusive view of colorful bedrock and pristine beaches as you paddle the shoreline of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and Grand Island National Recreation area. This itinerary allows active naturelovers and waterfall enthusiasts to get a unique view of The Great Waters.
Waterfalls and Wildlife -- Based in Newberry
Explore the Falling Waters of the Lake Superior Trail, followed by a trip to the Seney National Wildlife Refuge on this two-day journey. Based in Newberry, this itinerary allows for the nature-lover to satisfy their curiosity as they visit the Tahquamenon Falls and scope out exotic birds and wildlife.
Boatloads of Fun -- Based in Sault Ste. Marie
Check out the Soo Locks, the earth's largest waterway traffic system, and then view the freighters from the Point Iroquois Lighthouse. Then head down to Cedarville to brush up on your maritime history. Based in Sault Ste Marie, this itinerary offers a boat-themed tour of the eastern end of The Great Waters.
Windswept Dunes & Hidden Lakes - Based in Manistique
Wildlife and Wilderness - Based in Grand Marais