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    ATC Sip n' Sail Cruises - Mackinac Island

    NEW in 2015! Sip N’ Sail cruises featuring unforgettable views of shorelines, lighthouses, sunsets, fireworks & more. Experience the tranquility of the Straits aboard a selection of themed cruises, departing from Mackinaw City, St....

  • Atwater Brewery - Detroit

    Brewery tours available. Located in Detroit’s historic Rivertown district, and housed in a 1919 factory warehouse, Atwater Brewery was founded in March of 1997 with the purpose of carrying on the rich history of breweries in Detroit....

  • AuSable River Canoe Rental - Oscoda

    AuSable River Kayaking Co., LLC offers kayaking trips along the historic AuSable River in northeastern lower Michigan. We currently offer a variety of trips including guided tours along the AuSable River and across Tawas Bay. These...

  • AuSable River Queen - Oscoda

    The AuSable River Queen is the only paddlewheel riverboat of its kind and offers a variety of tours. This unique paddlewheel boat runs into the fall so that you may take in the splendor of the autumn colors. Live music is provided on...

  • Balloon Quest, Inc - Fenton

    With over 30 years experience, you can come join us for either a ride, classes for ballooning, or powered parachutes. Have fun in the bounce house or moon walks that are inflatables. Call us for more details on times and dates along...

  • Bartlett-Travis House - Canton

    Architecturally, the Bartlett-Travis House is a great example of the homes of its time as well as the architectural progress that has been made. Originally constructed in 1838 in Greek Revival style with post and beam construction....

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