Michigan’s Upper Peninsula hosts a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Come paddle the storied waters of the Tahquamenon or Two-Hearted Rivers. Play in the purest waves on the planet in Lake Superior. Comb miles of clean sand beaches along Whitefish Bay or Muskallonge Lake State Park. Climb the spiraling staircase of Crisp Point, Whitefish Point or Point Iroquois Lighthouse and watch Lake Superior swallow the sun at dusk. Catch an old-time train ride through the heart of the North Woods. Rent an ORV and cruise miles of sandy two tracks and trails. Pull over anywhere and munch fresh blueberries straight from the forest floor. Test yourself on a hike, run or bike in a cathedral of quiet timber. Mush a dog team or pilot a snowmobile through a sanctuary of silent snow. There is room and opportunity for any outdoor adventure along the Tahquamenon Scenic Byway.
Dining, Recreational Offerings, and Outdoor Adventures