Manistiquemi, Michigan

Welcome to! Plan your vacation with us & experience the beauty of Manistique Michigan! Located along the breathtaking north shore of Lake Michigan, this beautiful area is the perfect place to plan your Upper Michigan Vacation! Walk along the peaceful sandy shores, swim, and enjoy the calming views of the lake. This is the perfect place to bring your family and friends. The Manistique Municipal Marina and Manstique Harbor of Refuge offers Upper Peninsula Visitors a one of a kind experience. We have a water filled get-a-way waiting for you, your family and friends!

Visit fascinating points of interest like “Big Springs” (Kitch-iti-kipi) with it’s do-it-yourself observation raft - shown on right, The Seney Wildlife Refuge, beaches and more...Manistique offers a great variety of natural attractions for you to enjoy. Come and explore our great Upper Peninsula location. We are set amid the best Lake Michigan recreation! Boating, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, sight-seeing, biking, shopping, and relaxing by the shore are just a few of the great activities you will find here. Enjoy a relaxing walk along our Lake Michigan Boardwalk. Beautiful views of Lake Michigan, Manistique lighthouse and our wonderful marina are just minutes away. The Manistique area is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. Wildlife abound here along the shores, in our forests and streams and especially the Seney Wildlife Refuge of Germfask. Make sure to bring your camera because the photo opportunities are just a click away!

Featured Manistiquemi Attraction

Kitch-iti-kipi: The Big Spring in Palms Book State Park
Chippewa legends tell of parents seeking out the spring seeking names for their newborns! Measuring 200 feet across and 40-foot deep, the Kitch-iti-kipi natural attractions is Michigan's largest freshwater spring! Palms Book is one of our unique State Park's because it has a very incredible jewel of an attraction - Michigan's Kitch-iti-kipi, or easier to say - The Big Spring.
Over 10,000 gallons a minute flow through the fissures in the underlying limestone. It runs year-round at a steady temperature of 45 degrees fahrenheit. Although you pay to enter the park, the observation raft is free. It just takes one person to turn the large wheel and the raft follows a cable that guides it along the path to and fro. Tree trunks from ancient times, water bubbling from the springs, and huge trout are some of the great specticals that you will observe during your trip. There is a great souveniour and snack shop in the park also.they strive to make your business, vacation, or general travel experience as pleasant as possible. You can contact the airport and let me them if you have any questions or comments.

Manistique, MI
Zipe Code: 49854
Population: 3,010
Area Code: 906

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