Order the popular new "Mackinac Island Treasure Hunt" Card & Board Games here! Take a table-top trip to the Great Lakes' historic heart! Visit the website to order this locally-created and produced game that places you on Mackinac Island with a mission to observe the most Natural Treasures or find the most Historic Treasures!
Shipwreck Alley: Underwater archaeologists from the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary share their thoughts and stories about one of the largest underwater collections of shipwrecks in the world: Shipwreck Alley.
The Spirit of Ocqueoc Falls: Rustic Ocqueoc Falls. Come swim in the falls. Kayak. Canoe. Camp. Fish. Enjoy the natural beauty found along one of our nation's most picturesque byways.
Historic Mill Creek
Explore Michigan's 18th century history while having fun at the same time. Enjoy the zip line and hike across the Forest Canopy Bridge. Climb the tower to take in bird's eye views of Mackinac Island, the majestic Mackinac Bridge, and Michigan's upper peninsula.
A wetland complex between Oscoda and the Tawas Bay area, Tuttle Marsh is a place where water birds abound. Herons, bitterns and many shore birds make this marsh their home. Bring your cameras because you won't want to miss this birding dream!
Partners in video production include US 23 Management Council, Michigan DNR, Michigan DEQ, Michigan Sea Grant, MDOT, NOAA, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Mackinac State Historic Parks, AuSable Valley Audubon Society, Bon Ami Filmworks, and Brian Belanger Productions.
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