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Accessible trails where one can walk on the snow
We offer Motel rooms, Efficiency’s, and Cabins on Lake Huron
Lodging and Event Venue at the 1870's Historic Grist Mill in Posen
Back Country Campsites - Hike in
Bicycle Shop in Downtown Alpena
Site along the Sunrise Coast Birding Trail
Sites along the Sunrise Coast Birding Trail
Thunder Bay River Access In Alpena
Kayak Launch at Duck Park in Alpena
Grand Lake Boat Launch Minutes From Alpena
Beautiful State Recreation Area Minutes From Alpena
State Park Campground on the shore of sparkling Lake Huron
Waterfront
Trail Camp and Trail Head for the Shore to Shore Trail
Lumberman's Monument tells the story of the 1800's lumber history.
Historic Lighthouse and Keepers Quarters - Site of the wreck of the Joseph Fay, one of the only shipwrecks on the Great Lakes accessible on land.
The Cape Cod of the Midwest!
Alpena Township Nature Preserve
134 acre natural area
A nature preserve with a rich cultural and natural history for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.
Designated ORV Trail. Links with all NE Michigan Snowmobile Trails
Over 30 miles of trails in a beautiful forest setting.
State Park with 2,000 feet of sandy shoreline.
Park on Sparkling Lake Huron
State Park located on the shores of sparkling Lake Huron
270 acres of dynamic natural habitat!
Back Country Campsites- Hike in
A Nature Trail System and Spectacular Beach Area South of Ossineke
State park on beautiful Black Lake
Historic State Park located just north of Rogers City on US 23
A large undeveloped recreation area with a lot of things to explore!
An International Dark Sky Park on the Straits of Mackinac
Undeveloped State Park with 7.5 miles of Lake Huron shoreline
Canoe, Kayak and Cabin Rentals. Guide Service.
Resort Cottages Located on Grand Lake
All-inclusive resort near Lincoln!
Four-season resort on Black Lake
Wilderness Bed & Breakfast south of Indian River
Stone monument commemorating the men and women that participate in the Au Sable River Canoe Marathon.
The largest waterfall in the Lower Peninsula
Trails great for hiking, skiing, and mountain biking!
Seven miles of loop trails for hiking, mountain biking, and cross country skiing.
Trail along High Banks of the Au Sable River
Over 20 miles of Foot Trails through the Huron National Forest
10+ Miles of Ski Trails in the Village of Mackinaw City
71-miles rail trail from Alpena to Cheboygan
Scenic Wood trails located 5 miles Southwest of Alpena
3,000 Acre Backcountry Experience
National Scenic Byway along the Mighty AuSable River
Trail across Michigan from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan
Lumberman's Monument tells the story of the 1800's lumber history.
5,000 acre wetland complex ideal for birding and wildlife viewing.
 
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