( 66 Miles from St. Igance)
Drummond Island Historical Museum
This local museum emphasizes artifacts of Native Americans, Finnish farmers, and Yankee settlers from the island's early historical period. Other displays cover the British Fort Drummond, the lumber era, sporting camps, ferry boats, and the island's rich fishing and boating history. All housed in our new museum constructed of hand-hewn Drummond Island logs. The fireplace has been made from the stones of a chimney at Fort Drummond.
The Fossil Ledges are located on Drummond Island Michigan. The ledges are made up of the fossilized remains of a salt water coral bed. It is simply amazing. Every rock you touch is an interesting fossil.
Marblehead is a view point located on the easternmost point of Drummond Island. Marblehead is also the easternmost point in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. At the lookout you stand on top of limestone cliffs 100 feet above Lake Huron for beautiful views of the North Channel.
Turtle Ridge ORV Park
Welcome to Turtle Ridge Off Road Park, 500 Acres of Rock Crawlin' Mud Boggin' Cliff Climbin' Off Roadin' FUN!
Turtle Ridge is over 500 acres of prime off road vehicle trails. The course is carved out of the island’s natural limestone and provides thrills and excitement for all those who experience it. The park offers an abundance of trails of varying degrees of difficulty so that a good time may be had by all!