Lake Superior is known for its unimaginable amount of fresh water, beautiful coast line spanning across three states and a Canadian province, and a wicked temper only rivaled by the lake’s own vast expanse. The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum offers… read more..
One of Michigan’s true treasures, Tahquamenon Falls, has captivated visitors for generations. Whether you’re visiting to see leaves changing colors, the gushing spring runoff or to witness a winter wonderland in January, Tahquamenon is a must-see attraction. With unbeatable sights… read more..
There is good news available for off-road vehicle enthusiasts in Sault Ste. Marie! The City of Sault Ste. Marie has recently passed an ordinance allowing the use of these recreational vehicles within city limits. This long-awaited change has churned up… read more..
We like the snow in the winter, spring takes forever, summer’s okay, but fall is our favorite season! Once you get north of the Mackinac Bridge, you can’t go wrong in creating your own fall color tour, but timing is everything!… read more..
The 2021 Motorcycle Cannonball will officially start Thursday, September 9 in Sault Ste. Marie! Visit Aune Osborn Campground for a staging photo session and the waving of the green flag. Riders will begin to arrive at 3 p.m. on over… read more..
Nestled between an abundance of water, two of the Great Lakes, Sault Ste. Marie is your optimal fishing destination. There is an abundance of places to cast your reel and let to fish catch your hook. The first inhabitants of… read more..
Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or a spur of the moment mid-week retreat, when it comes to having the perfect 48-hour adventure, Sault Ste. Marie is a real treat for everyone. Here is our suggestion on how to… read more..
In what is known as the world’s longest freshwater sailboat race, the Trans Superior International Yacht Race will be navigating mighty Lake Superior beginning Saturday, August 7th with participants making their way to the George Kemp Marina throughout the week.… read more..
It’s no secret that Michigan is a water lover’s paradise. You are never further than 6 miles away from a body of water or 85 miles away from one of the Great Lakes. And while in Sault Ste. Marie, you… read more..