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On the shores of Thunder Bay!
Tall ships frequently make stops in Alpena
Tall ships frequently make stops in Alpena
The EB Allen lies in 100 feet of water in Thunder Bay
The EB Allen lies in 100 feet of water in Thunder Bay

Alpena US 23 BrochureLocated on the shores of Thunder Bay, Alpena  offers visitors a mix of natural amenities and cultural opportunities. Explore the City of Alpena as you jump on the Bi-Path which connects nearly all of Alpena's 19 park areas on a 16 mile-route through Alpena.....kayak or canoe down the Thunder Bay River in the heart of Alpena County....hike or ski the Norway Ridge Pathway through the Mackinaw State Forest... get out on Thunder Bay and fish the waters or dive the over 200 shipwrecks in the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary...spend the evening in historic downtown Alpena for dinner and a live show....take a sleigh ride and view the elk near Hillman.....view the sinkholes and learn about the area's Karst topography....the possibilities are endless for your northern Michigan getaway!

Accommodation Accommodation
Agriculture Agriculture
Amusement Park Amusement Park
Art Art
Bike Shop or Rental Bike Shop or Rental
Birding Sites Birding Sites
Boat Launch Boat Launch
Brewery Brewery
Campground Campground
Culture Culture
Eatery Eatery
Education & Libraries Education & Libraries
Emergency Emergency
Fisheries Fisheries
Golf Course Golf Course
Historic Site Historic Site
Industrial Tourism Industrial Tourism
Lighthouse Lighthouse
Maritime Maritime
Maritime History Maritime History
Museum Museum
Natural Feature Natural Feature
Nature Area Nature Area
Other Other
Park Park
Rentals, Outfitters & Guides Rentals, Outfitters & Guides
Shipwreck Shipwreck
Shipwreck Trail Shipwreck Trail
Shop Shop
Snowmobile Trail Snowmobile Trail
Sports Facility Sports Facility
Tour Tour
Trail Trail
Transportation Transportation
Water Access Water Access
Winery Winery

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