The Arthur Duhamel Marina is the home port for many of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewas Indian's tribal fishing families. From here they access tribal fishing grounds on West Grand Traverse Bay. Visitors can view the fish tugs at the dock and visit the fish processing facility where fresh fish and smoke fish can be purchased when they are available. The marina is owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. The drive to the marina is the first road north of the junction of M-22 and Putnam Road and is the same turnoff as Suttons Bay Township's Graham Greene Park: turn south where the road divides.
What you can do here
Boat Viewing, Buy Fish, View Active Fishery