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Schoolcraft Tourism & Commerce is a hybrid organization that sustains and enhances the quality of life for residents, businesses and visitors by focusing on community, workforce, and economic development. 

 

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STC Welcome Center

1000 W Lakeshore Dr, PO Box 301
Manistique, MI 49854

906-341-5010

discovermanistique@gmail.com

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Kitch-iti-kipi

(The Big Spring)

This natural spring, Michigan's largest fresh water spring, flows thousands of gallons of water from fissures in the limestone below and is an unbelievable sight to see! 

Indian Lake State Park

Only 4 miles west of Manistique, this state park has interactive programs, horseshoe pits, a volleyball court and so much more as you camp on one of Michigan's most beautiful lakes!

Fayette Historic State Park

This historic town features over 20 historic buildings located in a once-bustling iron smelting industrial community, which surrounds Snail Shell Harbor.

East Breakwater Lighthouse

Our iconic lighthouse is the most photographed on the entire Great Lakes and guards the only harbor on the northern Great Lakes that's open year-round!

Seul Choix Point Lighthouse

Take a step back in time when you visit this beautiful lighthouse on Lake Michigan. Picnic areas, barbecues and restrooms are available making it the perfect day trip.

Hiawatha National Forest

Touching Lake Superior, Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, it's lake shore settings make it unique and there's truly something for just about everyone! 

Seney National Wildlife Refuge

The refuge was created to promote wildlife and its habitat and is estimated that two thirds of the refuge are wetlands, attracting more than 200 species of birds in the area.

A hiker's paradise!

Historic Water Tower

Built in 1922 and stands 137 feet high, this landmark drew water from the Manistique River and had the storage capacity of 122,000 gallons.

Bishop Baraga Shrine

This Michigan Historical Site was registered in 1958 as "Bishop Baraga's First Church." The original chapel, built using traditional Ojibwa methods, was blessed by Father Baraga in May of 1832.

Thompson State Fish Hatchery

With roots back to 1922, the fish hatchery currently boasts 42 indoor tanks and 12 outdoor raceways designed for trout.