Winter, spring summer or fall - you are sure to find something to do in Michigan's Upper Peninsula!
This calendar of events has been compiled from information provided to the Upper Peninsula Travel & Recreation Association from local Chambers of Commerce, Tourist Associations and tourist related facilities. Please check local areas for detailed and updated information on dates and locations.
Paradise offers something for everyone in every season. It is a magnet for rock hounds, beach walkers, maritime enthusiasts, bikers, hikers, bird watchers, snow-mobilers, four-wheelers, fishers, boaters, campers, canoeists, kayakers, photographers, young and old alike.
Sault Ste Marie is located at the northern end of Interstate 75, strategically located at the nexus of rail, highway, air and water transportation systems.
St. Ignace, the "Gateway to the Upper Peninsula", where the great waters of Lake Huron and Lake Michigan meet. Enjoy an area filled with green forests, blue waters, sand dunes and incredible places of discovery.
The village of Mackinaw City, established in 1712, is located at the northernmost tip of Michigan's Lower Peninsula in both Cheboygan and Emmet counties. The city has an average elevation of 590 feet above sea level.