Eastern Upper Peninsula
Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula offers several engaging historic and cultural attractions, both man-made and natural. Cross over the mighty Mackinac Bridge into a region where history is lively and freighters are passing through daily. You’ll find something for everyone whether it's the 50-foot drop of a roaring waterfall in Paradise, an Island where time stands still sans automobiles or even Michigan’s oldest city.
Here are just a few of the items you can cross off on your Upper Peninsula Bucket List while here in the Eastern region:
- Sault Ste. Marie - Michigan’s oldest city
- St. Ignace
- Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
- Museum of Ojibwa Culture
- Soo Locks
- 12 historic lighthouses
- Lakes Huron, Michigan and Superior
- Mackinac, Les Cheanaux and Drummond Islands
- Tahquamenon Falls (Upper and Lower)
Ready to Go Outside & Play? Plan a visit to the Eastern Upper Peninsula via Wisconsin, Michigan or even Canada today.