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Playing on the beach in Mackinaw

Northeast Michigan at a glance...

  • 354 parks and campgrounds
  • 966 miles of hiking, biking and ski trails
  • 280 miles of horseback riding trails
  • 1,253 miles of ORV and motorcycle trails
  • 1,220 miles of snowmobile trails
  • 200 water access points
  • 233 known shipwrecks – glass bottom boat and dive charters are available
  • 59 golf courses
  • 16 lighthouses
  • 1.6 million acres of State Forest or National Forest land
  • 160,000 acres of lakes
  • 4,000 miles of rivers
  • Numerous locations for rental of canoes and kayaks.
  • Elk viewing at Thunder Bay Resort.
  • Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary – shipwreck viewing by snorkel, kayak, glass-bottom boat, or dive charter. World’s only freshwater shipwreck sanctuary.
  • Sunrise Side Wine & Hops Trail
  • ARTrail
  • Inland Waterway
  • Ocqueoc Falls
  • Historic Mill Creek

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Michigan Works! Northeast Consortium is a division of Northeast Michigan Consortium, an Equal Opportunity Employer. Supported by the State of Michigan. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request. TTY#711