Bounded on three sides by Great Lakes, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a natural for water-related activities. However, forests, cliffs and mountains beckon, too.
Eagle Harbor Lighthouse and Museum Period furnishings decorate this 1871 redbrick Keweenaw Peninsula light (pictured).
Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum Whitefish Point Light station (pictured) houses accounts of shipwrecks, artifacts (the bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald), restored keeper’s quarters and more.
Fayette Historic State Park On the south shore of the UP, explore eerie remains of an iron-smelting town (pictured). Camping and recreation also available, near Fayette.