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  • Great Lakes Dive Charters - Alpena

    Distance: 2 miles from Alpena

    Great Lakes Dive Charters offers customized cruises of Thunder Bay. See lighthouses, shipwrecks and more. Day and evening cruises are available. Reservations required. Call for more information.

  • JJ's Awesome Acres - Alpena

    Distance: 2 miles from Alpena

    Voted 2009 Sunrise Sides best, challenging 18 holes of adventure mini-golf with waterfall, babbling creeks, bridges and pond. The most exciting go-kart track in Northeast Michigan, no boring straight-aways here. Modern and safe...

  • Middle Island Keeper's Lodge & Boat Tours - Alpena

    Distance: 2 miles from Alpena

    Middle Island is an unspoiled rustic retreat located on Lake Huron between Thunder Bay and Presque Isle in Alpena County. Middle Island Boat Tours take lighthouse aficionados on a nautical tour of the island and the waters surrounding...

  • Rock Climbing Wall at Alpena Health and Racquet Club - Alpena

    Distance: 3 miles from Alpena

    Alpena Health and Racquet Club offers a 20 ft. high rock climbing wall with seven auto belays. The cost is $5.00 per hour and includes harness. Call ahead for hours.

  • Stoney Acres Winery - Alpena

    Distance: 4 miles from Alpena

    Taste and purchase locally-made wine at Stoney Acres Winery in Alpena. Stoney Acres makes several different kinds of grape and fruit wines including Silver City White (Reisling), Silver City Red (Merlot) and and more than a half-dozen...

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    Treaty of Saginaw Marker of 1819 - Alpena

    Distance: 4 miles from Alpena

    The Thunder Bay River Boundary of the Cession of 1819 was the last Michigan treaty to be negotiated in the state. It ceded important area of Michigan from the Chippewa, Ottawa and Potawatomi tribes to the United States. Six million...

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