Today we tackle the final region of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula before heading into the “Mitten” later this week.
- Whiskey Point Light: Small light tower in the harbor.
Bois Blanc Island
- Bois Blanc Island Lighthouse: Historical lighthouse located on this island in Lake Huron.
- Point Iroquois Lighthouse: Lighthouse named for the Iroquois warriors that were massacred in the area.
- Wilderness State Park: Wilderness area along Lake Michigan.
- Martin Reef Lighthouse: Old lighthouse out in the middle of Lake Huron.
- DeTour Reef Light: Restored offshore lighthouse.
- Alexander Henry Park: This park is located just at the tip of the “Mitten.”
- Colonial Michilimackinac: Explore this reconstructed fort and trading post.
- Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum: Explore this vessel specifically designed for ice breaking in the Great Lakes.
- McGulpin Point Lighthouse: Overlooks the Straits of Mackinac.
- Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse: Part of Colonial Michilimackinac.
- Fort Mackinac: 18th century fort that served as a trading post.
- Mackinac Island State Park: Michigan’s First State Park.
- Mackinac State Historic Parks: Take in various historic sites around the island.
- Round Island Lighthouse: Located along the Straits of Mackinac that connect Lake Michigan to Lake Huron.
- Tahquamenon Falls State Park: Two different waterfalls located along the Tahquamenon River.
- Bridge View Park: Overlook two Great Lakes and the Mighty Mackinac Bridge.
- Father Marquette National Memorial: Pays tribute to the life and work of Father Jacque Marquette.
- St. Helena Island Lighthouse: Located near the Mackinac Bridge.
- Straits State Park: Located on the Northern shore on the Straits of Mackinac.
- Wawatam Lighthouse: Modern lighthouse that guards the harbor.
All attractions found on http://www.michigan.org