North of a great bridge is a land of great wonders. The Great Waters is a pristine wonderland of natural beauty, quaint small towns and villages, world famous landmarks and thousands of years of Native American history, where our skies reach higher than you ever imagined and our water shimmers a blue so blue you would swear it was impossible. Where our shoreline rises rugged and proud and the splendor of our forest, the mighty Hiawatha, reveals itself again with the turn of every season. Where the
Majestic face of our landscape tells secrets out of time. This is the heart of the freshwater sea, where Michigan, Huron and Superior gather. This is a land of grandeur and awe, wealthier still in the miracles of nature and the marvels of humankind. This is a place of Pictured Rocks, Tahquamenon Falls, Les Cheneaux Islands, Grand Sable Dunes, Soo Locks and islands named Grand and Sugar, Drummond and Mackinac. Are there still wonders in this world? This is the place you will learn at last the answer. On the eastern end of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, welcome to the Great Waters. Where the Wonders Never End. Click here to visit the Great Waters website!