Fossil Ledges

#79 Find Your Way to Fossil Ledges

Looking for an off-road, off the beaten path adventure? If you are headed towards Drummond Island, add this site to your to-do list. The “ledges” are made up of the fossilized remains of a salt water coral bed on the north shore of the Island. They create steps down into Lake Huron and a unique […]

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Miner's Falls

#77- Walk Through the Woods to Miner’s Falls

Located approximately eleven miles from Munising city limits lies a powerful waterfall that’s sheer force is just amazing as well as a gorge it flows through. .06 miles down a dirt trail is a treat for all, whether you view it from the platform or climb your way down into the floor of the gorge. […]

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Pictured Rocks Cruises

#76- Take a ride on Pictured Rocks Cruises

The Pictured Rocks Cruises are famous all over the Upper Peninsula and draw tourists from near and far. I finally decided to check out what all the buzz was about. Comprehensive and full of commentary, Pictured Rocks Cruises is a great tour for the family. There are three tours offered, the ‘regular’ runs about two and […]

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Glass Bottom Shipwreck Tours Munising, MI

#74- Explore Lake Superior Shipwrecks at Glass Bottom Shipwreck Tours

You’ve probably heard the stories, you’ve possibly heard the songs, but have you seen the shipwrecks? The great Lake Superior does not give up her dead, but she does preserve their boats well! And Munising’s Glass Bottom Shipwreck Tours proves that on every tour. Three shipwrecks, one lighthouse, and close up views of Munising Bay. […]

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GarLyn Zoo

#73- Start a Staring Contest with an Alpaca at the GarLyn Zoo

Ever wanted to see a Siberian Tiger while walking with a peacock? You can at the GarLyn Zoo, only a few miles east of Naubinway on US-2. Garlyn Zoo was established in 1994 and currently houses over a hundred animals from around the world including: alligators, black bears, bobcats, otters, lemurs, reindeer, and Patagonian cavies. […]

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Upper Carp River Falls Marquette Michigan

#72- Explore Upper Carp River Falls

Before this summer, the only way I knew how to get to the Upper Carp River Falls was to hike/crawl/rock climb your way up the river from Morgan Falls. And while that trail was always an adventure, it was not exactly family friendly or safe by any means. But guess what? I’m here to share […]

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