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  • Must See

    We've taken all the routes, selected places that are unique and not to be missed and put them in one condensed list. We urge you to plan enough time to see these special places, meet the people and taste the food. Remember this trip is on your terms and there are no station wagons involved!

  • Agawa Bay Visitor Centre, Lake Superior Provincial Park

    This facility includes an information/reception area, theatre/activity room and a gift shop. Read More...

  • Agawa Indian Crafts and The Canadian Carver

    Agawa Indian Crafts and The Canadian Carver provide a wide selection of authentic and unique crafts and artwork by Canadian and First Nation artisans. Read More...

  • Aguasabon Falls

    Follow the boardwalk out to a viewing platform overlooking a gorge and the spectacular 100-foot Aguasabon Falls. Read More...

  • Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre

    Located in beautiful downtown Sault Ste. Marie, this waterfront hangar offers more than 25,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on aviation and forest fire displays. Read More...

  • Canal Park

    At Canal Park, you are within yards of giant lake carriers and foreign ships as they pass under the world-famous Aerial Lift Bridge. Read More...

  • Eagle Harbor Light Station Museum Complex

    Historic lighthouse, maritime, Keweenaw Mining and Keweenaw Commerical Fishing museums. Also run the Bammert Blacksmith Shop and Phoenix Church in Phoenix; the Rathbone School in Eagle Harbor and the Central Mine Residential Site. Read More...

  • Ehlers General Store

    Family owned and operated, this renovated 1913 "old-fashioned" general store offers groceries, wine and spirits, gifts, apparel, an expanded hardware section, and a deli serving pizza, sandwiches, salads and pasties. Open 7-days a week from April to December. Located in the small community of Cornucopia, Wisconsin. Read More...

  • Enger Tower

    Built in 1939, Enger Tower, a 5 story structure constructed of national Blue Stone taken from this region, stands guard from the top of the Duluth skyline. Read More...

  • Fire Tower Lookout

    A replica of an old-fashioned fire ranger's lookout station, the Fire Tower has a 360-degree panoramic view of Elliot Lake and the surrounding areas. Read More...

  • Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site

    Explore Fort St. Joseph's fortifications and relive the drama of the first major victory against the Americans in the War of 1812. Read More...

  • Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum

    The museum exhibits shipwreck and diving artifacts from the Whitefish Point Underwater Preserve. Admission includes tour of historic buildings and displays showing the history of the Great Lakes maritime, United States Coast Guard, and US Life-Saving Service. Read More...

  • Hoito Restaurant

    The Hoito Restaurant is a co-operative restaurant established in 1918 and housed in the basement of the Finnish Labour Temple. Renowned for its Finnish pancakes, the Hoito also serves a variety of other Finnish and Canadian foods. Read More...

  • Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park

    The Niagara of the North, the Kakabeka Falls plunge 40 metres over sheer cliffs and some of the world's oldest fossils. View them from the jutting platforms and trails along the gorge. Read More...

  • Lake of the Clouds at Porcupine Mountains State Park

    Follow the wooden boardwalk that leads from the parking lot on M-107 to an overlook at the Lake of the Clouds, nestled between the ridges of the Porcupine Mountains in Porcupine Mountains State Park. The boardwalk features a gentle slope, handrail, and benches. Read More...

  • Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center

    The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center offers exhibits that illustrate history of the Lake Superior Region, a five-story observation tower, an interpretive boardwalk trail, and theaters. Located on the northern edge of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, the facility features free parking, ample restrooms, and regional travel information. Read More...

  • Pictured Rocks Cruises Inc.

    A guided boat tour of the Lake Superior shoreline offers beautiful views of clear blue-green waters, sandstone cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, & waterfalls. All vessels have enclosed heated cabins, restrooms and cushioned seating. Read More...

  • Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada

    Designed and built by Canadians, the Sault Canal incorporates several engineering innovations. Enjoy a guided tour or a self-guided walk of the site. Heritage interpreters are on hand to answer questions. Read More...

  • Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

    Venture deep into the boreal forests of the legendary Sleeping Giant or follow its rugged trails for unbeatable views of Lake Superior. Read More...

  • Split Rock Lighthouse

    Split Rock Lighthouse celebrated its 100th birthday in 2010. Restored to its early-20th century splendor, it is one of America's best-preserved lighthouses. Read More...

  • Tahquamenon Falls State Park

    The 45,000 acre state park is home to the Tahquamenon River and one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi. Visitors enjoy hiking, fishing, hunting, canoeing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Open year round. Read More...

  • Terry Fox Monument

    This statue was erected in memory of the courageous one-legged cancer victim who embarked on The Marathon of Hope to raise funds for cancer research. Read More...

  • Top of Brockway Mountain Drive

    Brockway Mountain Drive runs along the ridge of Brockway Mountain on the Keweenaw Fault and offers a panoramic view of Lake Superior, Copper Harbor, Eagle Harbor and surrounding areas. Read More...

  • Wawa Goose & Visitor Centre

    Locals and visitors could not imagine passing Wawa and not seeing the goose looking over the valley. The current fellow is scheduled to be replaced by a new goose in Fall 2011. Read More...

  • Winnie the Pooh Park

    Home to the little bear cub named "Winnie" who charmed the world as the inspiration for A.A. Milne's classic Winnie The Pooh. A statue based on the Disney character, stands in the park where the Visitor Centre is located and can be visited and viewed from Hwy 17. Read More...

  • Worlds Best Donuts

    People from all over the world stop in at this Grand Marais, Minnesota favorite to enjoy a large selection of delicious homemade cake donuts. Read More...

  • Young's General Store

    This old-fashioned general supply store and Esso gas station, located just past the giant goose off Hwy 17, in the Northern community of Wawa, offers a collection of interesting merchandise and supplies. Read More...