5 BEST Summer Things to Do in the Upper Peninsula

Visit Mt Arvon - the State’s Highest Point

Mount Arvon is Michigan’s highest point. Rising 1,979 feet above sea level and fairly accessible by most vehicles, the summit of Mount Arvon is definitely worth checking out.

Soo Locks Boat Cruise

In order to get the best vantage point of the locks, you should consider taking a Soo Locks boat cruise. This tour is both relaxing and informative and is the perfect option for travelers of all ages.

Explore the Beauty of the Keweenaw’s Western Shore

Eagle Harbor, Michigan, on the western shores of the Keweenaw Peninsula, has a rough coastline and is a beautiful area to explore – from beaches and hiking trails to museums and mine tours. 

Visit the Les Cheneaux Islands

The Les Cheneaux Islands are a chain of islands located off the coast of the Upper Peninsula and these island destinations are filled with plenty of fun things to do.

Don’t Miss Exploring the Pickle Barrel House Museum

No trip to the Upper Peninsula is complete without a stop at a roadside attraction. The Pickle Barrel House Museum is perhaps the most interesting and iconic roadside attraction in the region.

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