Moving over to the Lake Huron side of Michigan today.
- Gravelly Shoal Lighthouse: Lighthouse built to help mariners navigate Saginaw Bay.
- Saginaw River Lighthouse: Range lighthouse system built in the 1840’s.
- Albert E. Sleeper State Park: Protects a stretch of beach along Lake Huron.
- Sanilac Petroglyphs Historic State Park: Contains the largest collection of Native American petroglyphs in Michigan.
- Croswell Swinging Bridge: Longest suspension footbridge in the state.
- Stepping Stone Falls and Picnic Area: Where the Flint River becomes a lake, this area offers lots of hiking trails.
- Harbor Beach Light: Cute lighthouse located on Michigan’s thumb.
- Meridian Park: Picturesque park along a river.
- Port Austin Reef Light: Lighthouse off the shore of Lake Huron at the tip of Michigan’s thumb.
- Point Aux Barques Lighthouse and Museum: One of the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan.
- Stafford Park Historical Chimney: Old saw mill chimney.
All attractions found on http://www.michigan.org