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Picture Rock near Newberry
Brockway Mountain Drive out to Keweemaw Peninsula
Western coast of Lower Michigan
Mighty Mac bridge try for very early or late in the day. At the south end of
the bridge donít forget the fort.
Mackinac Island check out the butterfly sanctuary and nice old homes donít forget
to buy some famous Mackinac Fudge also Fort Mackinac
State Park, both the upper and lower falls they are east of
Munising has a nice little harbor and white rock cliffs that look great at
sunset. Also many small little lakes with reflections of trees. Munising falls
Whitefish Point at the tip of land on Michigan's Upper Peninsula is great for
birds in the spring, take Route 123 north from the Mackinac Bridge to Paradise.
From Paradise follow Wire Road north to the point.
Grand Haven, South Haven and Saugatuck all have lighthouses and beaches
The National Lakeshore has lakes, waterfalls, sand dunes, beaches, and streams
Seney National Wildlife Refuge
Fort Wilkenson State Park in Copper Harbor many water falls
Lake of the Clouds next to Silver City
Oictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Porcupine Mountain State Park
For-Mar Nature Preserve best early morning or late evening. An abundance of wildlife that is very
approachable including Whitetail Deer with some big bucks.
An 80-200 zoom would be a
great lens here. Although don't pass up the
opportunity for song birds, wild flowers,
scenic's, small mammals, insects, amphibians, ducks.....For-Mar has several hiking trails.
to get there take 2142 N.
Genesee Road, Burton
last week of September Upper Peninsula to second week of October Lower
Peninsula. Upper Peninsula try Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Copper Harbor,
Brockway Mountain Drive out to the Keweemaw Peninsula, Lake of the Clouds in
Porcupine Mountains State Park. Red Jack Lake, Council Lake, and Thornton Lake,
Hiawatha National Forest
Lower Peninsula try Tunnel of Trees - Route 119 between Harbor Springs and Cross,
River Road Scenic Byway along the south bank of the Au Sable, Lumbermen's Monument.
Take the stairway to Cooke Pond for some views, New Buffalo to Grand Haven
Hiawatha National Forest many small lakes that make great shots. Very good in mid October.
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