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Cut River Bridge/Roadside Park

Originally constructed in the 1940s (with construction interrupted by World War II), the bridge itself is 147 feet above the Cut River, and a generous stairway with 230-plus steps provides access to several trails along the river and to the Lake Michigan shoreline. The real beauty of this site, however, lies hidden among the rolling,…
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Upper Peninsula Day Trips from St. Ignace, Michigan

St. Ignace is the perfect hub for your Upper Peninsula adventure, and it’s the ideal spot to branch out and explore the golf courses, national parks, and beaches of the UP – and so much more! Explore all the things to do in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with these great day trips from the…
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