MOTHER NATURE’S FREE ART EXHIBIT
Travel to Tahquamenon Falls and Whitefish Point driving along the Curly Lewis Highway (also known as Lakeshore Drive) which follows Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay. The mature trees line the road giving you a tunnel feeling in spots along the highway. Catch it at the right time and the looming trees are filled with vibrant colors of the fall season. Below are the attractions and viewpoints you’ll find on your drive. View a map of the highway here.
On the scenic Lakeshore Drive from Sault Ste. Marie through Brimley and north up M-123 you can explore: