Home to sparkling streams, bays and lakes of clean blue water, green forests, woodland trails, abundant wildlife, soaring limestone cliffs, rolling farm country, historic sites, ghost towns, fine dining, challenging golf courses, and accommodations to fit any taste or budget. We proudly boast the most coast, the largest downtown, a State Fair, and the gateway to the Hiawatha National forest. Centrally located in the heart of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula we are the natural stop for travelers to or from Mackinac Island, St. Ignace, Marquette, and if you are traveling by boat from Door County or Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin our marinas are ready to welcome you!
The Bays de Noc boast 211 miles of varied shoreline complete with beautiful white sand beaches . . . the most of any county in the continental U.S.A. With an almost non-existent crime rate, Delta County and the Bays de Noc are the perfect choice for any type of traveler.
Download the interactive flash version of the Michigan Travel Guide (15.8 MB) and double click "travelguide2008.exe" to enjoy the show!
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