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Northeastern Michigan is the part of Michigan that stretches along the shore of Lake Huron from the Straits of Mackinac to Saginaw Bay, and the extensive forested areas inland.


Map of Northeastern Michigan
  • 1 Alpena — a lakeside tourist destination in the summer, and home of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve
  • 2 Tawas City — a destination for birders and kiteboarders

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  • 1 Tawas Point State Park Tawas Point State Park on Wikipedia — a good spot for bird-watchers
  • 2 Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary on Wikipedia — a 4,300-sq-mi (11,000 km²) area that protects an estimated 116 historically significant shipwrecks


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