2021 Ultimate Guide to the M-119 Tunnel of Trees Michigan Scenic Drive [with interactive map]

20 Places to Visit Along M-119's Tunnel of Trees Scenic Drive in Northern Michigan

Tunnel of Trees Michigan: Places to Visit in Cross Village

Often remembered for the giant white cross that overlooks Lake Michigan, Cross Village at the northern point of the Tunnel of Trees is an unincorporated community with a rich, varied history that began in the 1600s.

Cross Village Beach

Just a short walk from Legs Inn, it has a boat launch and restroom facilities.

Woollam Family Nature Preserve

It’s a perfect place to enjoy a picnic or to stretch your legs!

The Old Council Tree – Tunnel of Trees Marker

With a highway marker about 1.5 miles south of the preserve and about 4 miles north of Good Hart, you can see The Old Council Tree. It’s the location where Native American tribes once held councils.

St. Ignatius Mission Church and Middle Village Park

A Native American burial ground sits next to the church. Also next to it is a pathway with an observation deck that leads to Middle Village Park. At Middle Village Park, there’s a beach for swimming, restroom facilities, and boat access.

A Studio Shop

You can only visit the shop from Memorial Day through October, so be sure to plan a drive along the Tunnel of Trees during the summer or early fall months!

Good Hart General Store Along the Tunnel of Trees

The store has Good Hart-branded clothes and gifts as well which are fun souvenirs to help you take your visit home with you!

Devil’s Elbow

Have you ever experienced the Devil’s Elbow after dark? We’d love to hear your stories!

Pond Hill Farm

Winter is a great time for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing on the trails, or you can cruise a sled down Vineyard Sled Hill.

More to Discover Along Michigan’s Tunnel of Trees Scenic Heritage Route on M-119