How To Get Around Michigan
How to Get Around Michigan
Discover the beauty and rich history of Beaver Island, America's Emerald Isle! Our knowledgeable and well seasoned tour drivers will guide you through Beaver Island's beautiful scenery and intriguing history, while giving you an idea of why island life is so unique.
Ride the boat . . . to Beaver Island!
Beaver Island Boat Company has been providing the most relaxing, affordable transportation for people, pets, vehicles, and freight to Beaver Island for over 25 years and reservations for passengers are never required.
For more than 65 years we have been both Charlevoix and Beaver Island's committed aviation service provider. At Island Airways, you are more than just a passenger, you are a part of our family.
Crystal Falls Horse and Carriage Company offers a variety of romantic carriage ride adventures. Make a memory of a lifetime whether its an engagement, wedding, formal dance, fundraiser. Promotional advertising signs can be placed on our carriages in local parades. Reservations are requested, we can also accommodate walk ups
When CATA began in 1972, it operated 14 bus routes and gave 750,000 rides. The number of bus routes has doubled since then. In 2012, CATA had a record high ridership of 11.9 million rides.
As the Sanctuary of the Great Lakes, Alpena truly embodies a haven from the stresses of everyday life. It is a culturally rich place to relax, rejuvenate, and inspire the happy, healthy, and creative you. In Alpena you're never to far from a WiFi connection - or a woodland trail.
We are a full service travel agency providing travel planning services to individuals and groups.
Pictured Rocks Cruises, LLC is an authorized concessionaire of the National Park Service Department of the Interior and has been guiding the public to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore for over 50 years.
The S.S. Badger offers the largest cross-lake passenger service on the Great Lakes and an authentic steamship experience. The relaxing four-hour, 60-mile cruise takes passengers, autos, RVs, tour buses, motorcycles, bicycles, and commercial trucks across Lake Michigan between Ludington, Michigan and Manitowoc, Wisconsin.