Turtle Ridge is an ORV park and wildlife preserve located on Drummond Island out in Lake Huron. It’s a short ferry boat ride away from the eastern most tip of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. More specifically, the parks boundaries run along a high ridge on the eastern end of the Potagannissing Bay. The ORV trails we have created inside the 400 acres of the Turtle Ridge boundaries have been designed to provide both a challenging ride as well as provide the rider(s) with the unique experience of one of northern Michigan’s old, deep wood forests and wildlife preserves.
33494 S Maxton Rd
Drummond Island, MI 49726
Toll Free: (800) 999-6343
Phone: (906) 493-1000
Visit Drummond Island Page on michigan.org
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