Bay Mills Resort & Casino

Bay Mills Resort and Casino is located in Brimley, Michigan in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Sitting right on the waterfront, Bay Mills offers two casinos.

Brimley State Park

Brimley State Park provides recreational opportunities along the beautiful shore of Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay. One of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula, Brimley features hunting, fishing, boating, camping and hiking.

Round Island Point Nature Preserve

1,024 acres. Frontage: 9,000 feet on Lake Superior. This large protected area in the Upper Peninsula provides excellent habitat for many species including black bear, wolves, moose and bobcat. It lies within a major flyway for migrating waterfowl and other birds. A 1-1/2-mile inland trail and viewing area are accessible from the parking area.

Bay Mills-Brimley Historical Society And Wheels Of History Museum

We are housed in a pre-1905 wooden railroad passenger car and caboose. Exhibits include photographs and artifacts of area railroads, early telephones, logging, fishing and Bay Mills Townsite. Gift shop in caboose. Free admission.

Pendills Creek National Fish Hatchery

The hatchery is located along the Whitefish Bay Scenic Byway, on LL. Curley Lewis Memorial Highway. The visiting public is encouraged to stop in to view the Visitor Lobby in the main hatchery building and walk through the fish production building located at the facility. When you arrive at the hatchery, a visitor’s parking lot will be to your left with an informational kiosk about our program. Depending on the time of year, you can see lake trout eggs, fry, fingerlings, yearlings, or display brood fish. Follow the signs to the visitor’s lobby inside the brick building for tours of our grounds. Public beach access to Lake Superior is across the road of the hatchery. A pavilion and picnic tables are available to use, as well as a boardwalk down to the lake. The hatchery is nestled within the Hiawatha National Forest of the eastern Upper Peninsula, a four season destination of all ages.

Point Iroquios Lighthouse

Our museum reveals the stories of the lightkeepers and their families through family album photographs, antiques, and artifacts. Learn about the fourth order Fresnel lens that could project a light for sixteen miles. Climb the 72 steps to the top of the tower for a picturesque view of Lake Superior. Observe the freighters traveling through Whitefish Bay as you walk along a cobblestone beach in search of agates. Browse through our book shop, which offers a wide selection of historical readings about the Great Lakes.