This drive travels a portion of the southern border of Michigan’s upper peninsula. From Manistique to St. Ignace, you will experience 88 miles of various Lake Michigan shoreline and hardwood forest. The drive continues away from the shore for about 27 miles between Gulliver and Naubinway, but finishes up again along the sandy shore all the way from Naubinway to St. Ignace. Many roadside picnic areas and scenic turnouts allow breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and its various shoreline features. Special attractions: Sweeping shoreline views, sandy beaches
, scenic outlooks, Father Marquette Historical Marker, Epoufette. This chapter is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more.
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Best Time to Go:
Year-round, may be difficult in winter
This travel guide comes from:
Scenic Driving Michigan Guide Book