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Mill Creek Historic State Park

Mill Creek was the Straits of Mackinac's first industrial complex, providing lumber for the settlement of Mackinac Island in the 1790s. Demonstrations of hand-saw techniques and the power of a water-driven sawmill are provided at the site. Park also has scenic trails, and beaver dams may be seen along ...

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Agate Falls Scenic Site

Considered by many to be one of upper Michigan's most picturesque waterfalls, Agate Falls is located on the middle branch of the Ontonagon River. The falls are created as the river finds its way over an extended shelf of terraced sandstone. The resulting waterfall is a broad band of ...

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Fort Mackinac Historic State Park

Constructed by the British during the American Revolution, Fort Mackinac served as an imposing sentinel in the Straits of Mackinac for 115 years. Within its 14 original buildings, you'll enjoy informative and interactive exhibits, a children's play area, and a Victorian-themed museum store. Outside, 1880s soldier interpreters play ...

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Laughing Whitefish Falls Scenic Site

Laughing Whitefish Falls is considered by many to be the most spectacular of Michigan's falls. The falls cascade through a picturesque gorge with old growth white pine and hemlock towering above. The falls can be reached by a moderate (2.3 mile) hike through beech-maple forest. Laughing Whitefish Falls is formed ...

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Wagner Falls Scenic Site

The Wagner Creek cascades over rock ledges in this area before emptying into the Anna River, creating a beautiful scenic spot. Wagner Creek falls over a stratum of erosion-resistant dolomite into order to flow into a shallow gorge containing the Anna River. The Anna, soon afterwards, flows northward into ...

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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks are home to giants: immense mountains, deep canyons and huge trees. Thanks to their huge elevation range, 1,500 feet to 14,491 feet, these parks protect stunningly diverse habitats. The Generals Highway climbs more than 5,000 feet from chaparral and oak-studded foothills to the ...

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Historic Jamestowne

Historic Jamestowne is the site of the first permanent English colony in North America. An island situated on the banks of the James River, Jamestown is a place of many beginnings representing the very foundations of whom and what we are as a people and a nation. Visit Historic ...

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Jewel Cave National Monument

Jewel Cave is the second longest cave in the world. To date, over 150 miles of passages have been explored and surveyed, and airflow studies indicate that most of the cave has yet to be found. Each year, explorers discover and map about three additional miles of ...

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Constitution Gardens

Dedicated in 1976, Constitution Gardens serves as an oasis within the bustling city for visitors, residents and wildlife. A memorial island in the middle of an artificial lake has stones bearing the names and signatures of the fifty-six men who signed the Declaration of Independence. Their pledge to freedom ...

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Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park preserves a colorful landscape of sedimentary sandstones eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado River and its tributaries. Located in southeast Utah, the park sits in the heart of a vast basin bordered by sheer cliffs of Wingate Sandstone. The Colorado and Green ...

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