Tawas Point State Park is located on Lake Huron in Northern Michigan near East Tawas, Michigan.
The state park encompasses 183 acres at the end of a sand spit that forms Tawas Bay. It has been referred to as the "Cape Cod of the Midwest" and is a notable bird-watching site.
Ossineke is a rustic State Forest campground on Lake Huron with its crystal clear water and sandy beach. The area, including Presque Isle, has quiet beaches.
Cheboygan is near Michigan's Inland Waterway, a 38-mile (61-km) channel comprising many streams and Crooked, Pickerel, Mullett, and Burt lakes, with boating and fishing facilities. Cheboygan is an Indian name meaning "Through Passage," this refers to the Indians "passing through" during their fur trading days using the Inland Route to Mackinaw Island, instead of the straits passageway.
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