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Embark on a journey to the 1880’s and experience Great lakes maritime history and a unique dining and wine tasting experience at a Lighthouse built in 1857.Enjoy a relaxing cruise across Saginaw Bay to Big Charity Island to dine at a lighthouse, share in the unique island story, walk along a forested trail, be treated to an entertaining history presentation, and tour the lightkeeper’s home. Coffee and dessert served on the return trip. Reservations are highly recommended.

The Charity Island National Wildlife Refuge is located 10 miles offshore in the middle of Saginaw Bay between the port city of Caseville to the East and Au Gres to the west. It contains 300 acres of forest and 3 miles of shoreline, and is home to hundreds of animals.

Things To Do

Bed & Breakfast, Dining, Guided Tours, Local Wine or Hops Tasting, Scenic Viewing, Wildlife Watching

Available in Spring Available in Summer Available in Fall Fee Required