- Sturgeon Point Lighthouse
- View of the Au Sable River from the Canoer's Memorial
- Iargo Spings
- American Legion Car Show in Hale
- 4th of July Parade in Glennie
- Fly In at Wurtsmith Air Museum in Oscoda
Your Northeastern Michigan Travel Guide to Attractions, Restaurants, Lodging, Organizations, Outdoor Recreational Activities, Services , Shopping and Much More! Northeastern Michigan is a four-season paradise, which makes for diverse recreational opportunities. In the summer, our beaches beckon you to walk, explore, swim, or just lounge in the sun. Visit some of northeastern Michigan’s lesser known attractions, museums, events, restaurants and other destinations ideal for summer travel. Discover all the things you can do on our Great Lakes or one of thousands of inland lakes – boating, fishing, canoeing & kayaking, swimming, jet skiing, sailing. Or, spend a relaxing day golfing, we have some of the finest golf courses in the country. Thousands of miles of biking, hiking, horseback riding trails await explorers wishing to observe northern Michigan’s flora and fauna. Elk can be observed in the Pigeon River State Forest, and the endangered Kirtland’s Warbler near Mio and Fairview. There numerous lights and lighthouses located in northeastern Michigan, you're sure to find one along your travels. Many of the lights still guide ships through treacherous waters. Others have been abandoned, some to be later rescued by renovation and restoration. Several are open to the public, a few include museums. There are a lodging accommodations to suit everyones tastes: bed & breakfast inns, cabin & cottage rentals, condomimium rentals, historic inns, hotels & motels, lodges, resorts and vacation home rentals.