Beyond The Mackinac Bridge Region of Michigan

Enjoy Summertime at Mackinac Bridge and Beyond

Michigan Life's Region 12 Mackinac Bridge and Beyond Area including Chippewa County, Luce County, and Mackinaw County Michigan.

Beyond The Mackinac Bridge Region

Michigan Life's Region 12 Mackinac Bridge and Beyond Area

At the northern most tip of Michigan's lower peninsula, where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron come together you will find the Mackinaw Bridge and find yourself in Michigan Life's Region 12 Mackinac Bridge and Beyond Area including Chippewa County, Luce County, and Mackinaw County Michigan. Visit Mackinaw City where you find everything from nostalgia to collectibles., Mackinaw Island where motor vehicles are banned. Bicycles and horse drawn carriages will take you to see the islands natural wonders and breathtaking beauty. This area of Michigan is one of the favorites of all tourist.

Region 12 -Big Mac and Beyond

Curtis Michigan is surrounded by the six beautiful Manistique Lakes which comprise the largest lake complex in the Upper Peninsula.

The mission of the Les Cheneaux Islands Chamber of Commerce is to promote a diverse, year-round economy that will provide a high quality of life for our community while preserving our natural and cultural resources.

The Les Cheneaux area lies east of the Mackinac Bridge along the northern shore of Lake Huron. Thirty-six islands provide sheltered channels and bays within the Straits of Mackinac – a historic harbor area for boaters and explorers.

The jewel of the Great Lakes. Enjoy beautiful vistas, shopping, and carriage rides during the day, and watch the city transform at night with its happening music and bar scene. Mackinac Island has something for everyone.

Curtis Michigan in Mackinac County is located in the center of the Upper Peninsula's largest lake complex, which consists of: North Manistique Lake (also known as Round Lake), Big Manistique Lake, South Manistique Lake, Milakokia Lake, Lake Ann Louise, and Millecoquins Lake.

St. Ignace is the “Homeport to the Upper Peninsula”, where the great waters of Lake Huron and Lake Michigan meet. Enjoy an area filled with green forests, blue waters, sand dunes and incredible places of discovery.

St Ignace is one of the oldest historical sites in Michigan. Some of the most beautiful land and water areas in the country.

Welcome to Newberry, Michigan the "Official Moose Capital of the Michigan". Newberry offers a wide variety of attractions, lodging, restaurants, business opportunities, along with incredible year-round activities and events.

The Tahquamenon Falls State Park has many year-round events to check out that all ages will enjoy: Hike Between Da Falls, bird watching, interpretive programs, and their seasonal boat rental, just to name a few. Nature lovers will enjoy the Seney Wildlife Refuge. They hold many special events that are both educational and exciting.

Paradise, Michigan was founded in 1925 and is situated on the western shores of Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay just north of the Tahquamenon River mouth. After a major fire stormed the Whitefish Point area in 1922, blueberries moved in and became a staple for locals and visitors alike.

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