Towns in Michigan With Unique Roadside Attractions

St. Ignace | Mystery Spot

As you pass the town of St. Ignace in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, you’ll notice signs inviting you to the Mystery Spot.

Onsted | Abandoned Prehistoric Forest Amusement Park

The Prehistoric Forest Amusement Park might be the creepiest of all the roadside attractions in Michigan.

Christmas | Holiday Lights All Year

What should you do if you live in a town called Christmas? Celebrate Christmas all year, of course!

Traverse City | Largest Cherry Pie Tin

Here’s a strange claim to fame — Traverse City Michigan is home to not one but two of the largest cherry pie tins in the world.

Ishpeming | Da Yoopers Tourist Trap

The town of Ishpeming certainly has a sense of humor. Da Yoopers Tourist Trap is a wacky roadside attraction that openly calls itself a tourist trap, though the name is meant as a tongue-in-cheek joke.

Alpena | Kaiser Paul

Michiganders seem to love enormous statues built out of unusual items. One of the best examples is Kaiser Paul, the massive statue of Paul Bunyan that towers beside the road in Alpena Michigan.

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