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Mackinac Island Nightlife is full of invigorating activities. There are many events and festivals throughout the year and nightly entertainment takes place all over the Island.

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center encompasses 2000 beautiful acres of woods, water and wildlife. The Resort is located on the north shore of Drummond Island – the largest freshwater island in the United States!

Mesick Michigan is a small town, with a big heart!! Come join the fun at the annual Mesick Mushroom Festival every May. Grab a mesh bags (to shake spore droppings along the forest floor) while you hunt the biggest Morel Mushrooms you have ever seen.

Welcome to Northwoods Cabins, located in the heart of the Manistee National Forest. We are close to Tippy Dam and the Backwaters, the Big M (for cross country skiing and mountain biking), the North Country Trail (for hiking), Caberfae Peaks (for downhill skiing and golfing).

The Birchwood offers motel and cabin facilities and is a great place to take your RV. The Birchwood is open all year and while we do not have water hook ups in the winter, you will find our heated bathrooms a comfort in the cold.

Welcome to Northern Exposure Campground, Michigan's premiere "Up-North" Camping Experience. The campground is located in Mesick, MI on 300 wooded acres, including 2.5 miles of coastline on the Hodenpyle Pond.

The AuSable River is one of Michigan’s Wild and Scenic rivers. It provides excellent opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, tubing, rafting and wildlife viewing. The river from Grayling to Oscoda is all wilderness with primitive camping along the river. We offer trips ranging from 2-1/2 hours to 7 days.

Come and enjoy the wildlife that surrounds our area, swim at tranquil Putman Lake, and
make lasting friendships with those that enjoy what you do. We are conveniently just the
right distance from the quiet town of Baldwin, about one and a half hours north of Grand

You will find the White River Light Station Museum in White Hall, Michigan about 25 miles north of Muskegon on the shore of Lake Michigan.

Dobber's Pasties has been in the family since it originally opened in Escanaba, Michigan in 1975, under the name of "The Red Onion Pasty Shop".

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