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At the Lakewood Shores Resort in Oscoda, you’ll find several link-style courses each offering a unique challenge.


Here in Oscoda, Michigan’s Sunrise Side, Fall arrives in late September through mid-October. The most scenic route to view fall foliage is US 23 aka the Sunrise Side Wine & Hops Trail.  Spend the day traveling from one unique wine or craft beer tasting to the next. As you travel...


A drive along the River Road National Scenic Byway that extends westward 22 miles from historic Oscoda, MI into the Huron-Manistee National Forest is one of Michigan’s many scenic byways. On your journey, you’ll find magnificent fall foliage and numerous ways to view the awesome...


There is a certain romance to being near the water. And strolling along the beach to see the sunset or sunrise can be magical. Nestled on the Lake Huron coast between Oscoda and Tawas, the Huron House Bed & Breakfast is Michigan's perfect romantic get-away place to relax and reconnect...


Within the Huron-Manistee National Forest you’ll find miles of unique trails that transverse from coastal sand dunes to towering pines and hardwoods. It’s a naturalist’s dream.


No other state has more lighthouses than Michigan – over 150.  Many of the lighthouses were erected in the 1800’s to assist ships safely navigate the dark sky and guide them into port often through a rocky waters. Lighthouses are a special fascination.  Each is unique with...


The best way to experience the beauty of the AuSable River is to slip slowly back in time on an authentic paddlewheel powered riverboat. The classic double-decker, decked out in red, white and blue, meanders down the AuSable River twice daily in the summer months.  Come Fall Foliage season...


On July 26-27, 2014, join the celebration of the 67th Annual AuSable River Canoe Marathon, North America’s toughest, richest canoe race.  The AuSable River Canoe Marathon, a.k.a. “The Marathon,” is a thrilling LeMans-style running-start canoe race that starts at...


The Lumberman’s Monument is dedicated to the workers of the early logging industry in Michigan. It was built in 1931 and is located in the Huron-Manistee National Forest that was heavily logged in the second half of the 19th century.  It stands 14 feet high on a bluff...


On June 7 & 8, 2014 you can fish the waters of Lake Huron or the AuSable River FREE!  A fishing license is not required.  This is your opportunity to experience world class fishing.