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Touring

Trips that people can take through a place - usually in a sequence of one point to another
Walk With the Dinosaurs near Alpena
A site along the Sunrise Coast Birding Trail near Mackinaw City
Thunder Bay River Access In Alpena
Kayak Launch at Duck Park in Alpena
A Great Campground a Few Miles West of Alpena
Camping Area on Beautiful Long Lake
Explore Art, History, and Science in Alpena!
Museum and Community Culture Center in Hillman
Explore Alpena's Shipwreck History!
Explore Art, History, and Science in Alpena!
Fish Alpena's Lake Huron on a Guided Tour!
Guaranteed Fishing Charter in Alpena
Your Guide to Inland Fishing in Alpena
A Prehistoric Zoo Featuring Life Size Replicas of Dinosaurs
Historic site - one of the last functioning water-powered mills in the State
Historic Island Community
A multiuse trail through Harrisville past historic buildings and recreational sites.
Paddlewheel Boat on the AuSable
Headquarters of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Celebrate our Seasons!
123-acre recreation area near Lincoln
Water access, picnic tables, benches, historic markers
Fairgrounds and RV Park
A Fun Nature Park located on an Large Island
Nature trails and self-guided tours
Boat ramp, water-overlook, interpretive path
The ONLY Paddlewheel River Boat of Its Kind in the North!
Multi-City Packaged Tours along the Sunrise Coast!
Trails great for hiking, skiing, and mountain biking!
A pathway multi-purpose pathway with views of Cooke Pond.
Guide for Nature & Cultural Pathways in the Mackinaw City Area
Scenic Wood trails located 5 miles Southwest of Alpena
National Scenic Byway along the Mighty AuSable River
 
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