De Tour Peninsula Nature Preserve

De Tour Peninsula Nature Preserve

145 acres. Frontage: more than three miles on Lake Huron. This preserve includes the rich diversity that typifies northern Lake Huron: sand and gravel beach, limestone cobble shore, boreal forest, rich conifer swamp, emerging marsh and coastal fen. The land lies within a major migration corridor centered on the St. Mary's River. A 2-track road, Point Road, runs through the preserve to private land on the tip of the peninsula, and is open to foot traffic. Preserve is located on the eastern tip of the Upper Peninsula. From Detour Village, go south on M-134 for one mile, then south on Point Road 0.6 mile to parking area.

Contact Information


Light House Road

De Tour Village, MI 49725

Driving Directions

Phone: (231) 347-0991


Location of De Tour Peninsula Nature Preserve

Map of Michigan