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Regional and Community Tours
The Great Lakes Seaway Trail is a 518 mile scenic driving route that follows the shores of Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario, and the St. Lawrence River in New York and Pennsylvania.
Commercial and recreational fishing have been and are an important way of life in communities along the shores of northeastern Lake Michigan.
Explore Great Lakes fisheries heritage past and present from both sides of the Mackinac Bridge.
Great Lakes fisheries experiences abound in northeast Michigan.
Saginaw Bay celebrates its fisheries history and heritage from the rivers to the Bay.
Bringing Saugatuck and Douglas Fisheries Heritage to Life
The South Haven Harbor Walk offers opportunity to explore Lake Michigan fisheries past and present.