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Michigan's Upper Peninsula  Travel Guide

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Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a four-season paradise, which makes for diverse recreational opportunities.  The Upper Peninsula is the great outdoors, spring, summer, fall and of course, winter. With  miles of shoreline, thousands of inland lakes and two national parks-there's no need to miss out on a moment of outdoor fun.  In the summer, our beaches beckon you to walk, explore, swim, or just lounge in the sun.  Visit some of Upper Peninsula’s lesser-known attractions, museums, events, restaurants and other destinations ideal for summer travel.  The Upper Peninsula offers much for the outdoors person. Discover all the things you can do on our Great Lakes or one of thousands of inland lakes – boating, fishing, canoeing & kayaking, swimming, jet skiing, sailing.  Or, spend a relaxing day golfing; we have some of the finest golf courses in the country.  There is over one million acres of land for hiking, bird watching, and hunting in Hiawatha National Forest and Ottawa National Forest, while others enjoy white water rafting at Piers Gorge. Thousands of miles of biking, hiking, horseback riding trails await explorers wishing to observe northern Michigan’s flora and fauna.  The region, lying along the rugged coastline of Lake Superior, is carpeted with lakes, rivers and virgin hardwood forest, old mines and historical sites. Mineral-stained sandstone cliffs, shaped by wind, ice and pounding waves, rise sharply from Lake Superior at the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, stretching along the shore for 42 miles from Grand Marais to Munising. Visit the 100,000-acre Seney National Wildlife Preserve by canoe, pedal the 100-mile bike trail, or ski over the nine-mile cross-country trail. Go scuba diving in the crystal-clear waters of Superior at Whitefish Point Underwater Preserve to explore shipwrecks over a 376-square-mile area, or experience the Superior Circle dog sled race.  The Upper Peninsula offers excellent opportunities for dog sledding, cross-country and down hill skiing, snowmobiling and snow shoeing.  There numerous lighthouses located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, you're sure to find one along your travels.  Many of the lights still guide ships through treacherous waters. Others have been abandoned, some to be later rescued by renovation and restoration. Several are open to the public and a few include museums.

Alger County Cities, Towns & Villages

Au Train
Chatham
Christmas
Deerton
Eben Junction
Forest Lake
Grand Island

Grand Marais
Kiva
Limestone
Melstrand
Munising
Rumely
Sand River

Shingleton
Sundell
Traunik
Trenary
Wetmore

Baraga County Cities, Towns & Villages

Alberta
Arnheim
Assinins
Aura
Baraga
Covington

Herman
Keweenaw Bay
L’Anse
Pelkie
Pequaming

Skanee
Three Lakes
Watton

Chippewa County Cities, Towns & Villages

Barbeau
Bay Mills
Brimley
Bruce
Dafter
De Tour Village
Drummond Island
Eckerman

Goetzville
Hulbert
Kincheloe
Kinross
Lime Island
Neebish Island
Paradise
Pickford
Raber

Raco
Rudyard
Sault Ste. Marie
Soo Junction
Strongs
Sugar Island
Trout Lake
Whitefish Point

Delta County Cities, Towns & Villages

Alton
Bark River
Beaver
Brampton
Cornell
Ensign
Escanaba
Fairport
Fayette
Flat Rock
Ford River
Garden

Garden Corners
Gladstone
Groos
Hendricks
Hyde
Isabella
Kingsley
Kipling
Lathrop
Masonville
Nahma
Nahma Junction

Perkins
Pine Ridge
Rapid River
Rock
Schaffer
St. Jacques
Stonington
Trombly
Wells
Woodlawn

Dickinson County Cities, Towns & Villages

Channing
Felch
Foster City
Granite Bluff
Hardwood
Iron Mountain
Kingsford

Loretto
Merriman
Norway
Quinnesec
Ralph
Randville
Sagola

Theodore
Turner
Vulcan
Waucedah

Gogebic County Cities, Towns & Villagess

Bessemer
Ironwood
Lake Gogebic Area

Marenisco
North Ironwood
Ramsay

Thomaston
Wakefield
Watersmeet

Houghton County Cities, Towns & Villages

Albion
Allouez
Alston
Askel
Atlantic Mine
Baltic
Boston
Calumet
Chassell
Copper City
Dodgeville
Dollar Bay
Donken

Dreamland
Franklin Mine
Freda
Hancock
Houghton
Hubbell
Jacobsville
Kearsarge
Kenton
Lake Linden
Lake Roland
Laurium
Mason

Nisula
Osceola
Oskar
Painesdale
Redridge
Sidnaw
South Range
Tamarack
Tapiola
Toivola
Trimountain
Twin Lakes
Winona

Iron County Cities, Towns & Villages

Alpha
Amasa
Beechwood
Caspian
Colonys Cors

Crystal Falls
Gaastra
Gibbs City
Iron River
Mapleton

Mineral Hills
Park Siding
Stambaugh

Keweenaw County Cities, Towns & Villages

Ahmeek
Allouez
Bete Grise
Central
Copper Harbor

Delaware
Eagle Harbor
Eagle River
Fulton
Gay

Lac La Belle
Mandan
Mohawk
Phoenix

Luce County Cities, Towns & Villages

Deer Park
Dollarville
Four Mile Corner
Helmer

McLeods Corner
McMillan
Newberry
Pine Stump Junction

Roberts Corners
Soo Junction

Mackinac County Cities, Towns & Villages

Allenville
Brevort
Cedarville
Corinne
Curtis
Engadine
Epoufette
Garnet

Gilchrist
Gould City
Engadine
Epoufette
Garnet
Gilchrist
Gould City
Groscap

Hessel
Millecoquins
Moran
Naubinway
Ozark
Rexton
St. Ignace
Sundown

Marquette County Cities, Towns & Villages

Arnold
Austin
Beacon
Big Bay
Buckroe
Carlshend
Champion
Gwinn
Harvey
Humboldt

Ishpeming
Little Lake
Marquette
Mashek
McFarland
Michigamme
National Mine
Negaunee
New Swanzy
North Lake

Northland
Palmer
Princeton
Republic
Sand River
Sands
Skandia
Watson
Witch Lake
Yalmer

Menominee County Cities, Towns & Villages

Banat
Birch Creek
Carbondale
Carney
Cedar River
Cunard
Daggett
Faithorn
Fox
Harris

Hermansville
Indian Town
Ingalls
Ingallston
La Branche
Longrie
Menominee
Nadeau
Nathan
Perronvelle

Powers
Spalding
Stephenson
Swanson
Talbot
Wallace
Whitney
Wilson

Ontonagon County Cities, Towns & Villages

Bergland
Bruce Crossing
Ewen
Green
Greenland
Logan

Mass City
Matchwood
Merriweather
Ontonagon
Paulding
Paynesville

Rockland
Rousseau
Silver City
Trout Creek
Victoria
White Pine

Schoolcraft County Cities, Towns & Villages

Blaney Park
Cooks
Germfask

Gullivar
Manistique
Seney

Steuben
Thompson

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