Today we head into a new state that contains 9 regions! Michigan is split into two distinct Peninsulas, but we are going to explore the Upper first which contains three of the nine regions.
- Baraga State Park: This park sits on the shores of Keweenaw Bay in Lake Superior.
- Keweenaw Waterway Lower Entrance Light: This lighthouse marks the entrance to the Portage River.
- Bewabic State Park: This park sits along the shores of Fortune Lake.
- Miners Memorial Heritage Park: Built on the reclaimed site of an old iron mine.
- Sturgeon River Gorge Wilderness: Wilderness area known for Sturgeon Falls.
- Lake Gogebic State Park: Sits on the shores of Lake Gogebic, the largest inland lake on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
- Fourteen Mile Point Lighthouse: Unique abandoned lighthouse.
- Ontonagon Lighthouse: Tour this historical lighthouse.
- Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park: Gorgeous state park with varied trails and landforms. Hike in the woods, among waterfalls, and along Lake Superior.
- Bond Falls Scenic Site: Popular waterfall site in the western UP.
- Agate Falls Scenic Site: Roadside waterfall park just off the state highway.
All attractions found on http://www.michigan.org.