When traveling the Lake Superior Circle Tour, you will travel through the United States and Canada which includes 3 States and one Province. Many ask, “Where in the US does the Lake Superior Circle Tour go?” or “Where in Canada does the Lake Superior Circle Tour go?”
We want to make sure you have a full understanding of all the areas you will traveling through which includes the state of Michigan.
Michigan is a state along Lake Superior and its name originated from the Ojibwe word “mishigamaa” meaning “large water” or “large lake.” Michigan has a population of 9,995,915 (2018) and is the only state to consist of two peninsulas. The upper peninsula is where the state line follows the borders of the great Lake Superior.
The border crossing to enter the state of Michigan along the Lake Superior Circle Tour is in Sault Ste. Marie, ON Canada. If you are beginning in the United States and must cross over to the Canadian portion of the circle tour, then you would cross in Sault Ste. Marie Michigan via the Sault Ste. Marie International toll Bridge . Michigan also borders the U. S. state of Wisconsin to the west. There are a few more border crossing locations between the US and Canada within the state which includes the Blue Water Bridge, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, and the Ambassador Bridge.
One of the most notable attractions in Michigan along Lake Superior is the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. It is known for the dramatic multicolored cliffs that tower over Lake Superior, it’s sandstone formations like Miners Castle and Chapel Rock, beaches, sand dunes, trails and waterfalls. Visitors can explore this lakeshore by boat tour, kayak and through it’s extensive hiking trails.
Michigan has many beautiful attributes including their state flower which is the Apple Blossom. They are recognized for their Cherry pink and white pedals and usually in season from April to June.
When travelling through new regions one of the most common things that people enjoy in their automobile, RV, motorhome, or motorcycle is listening to local radio station. The radio stations that are in the region of the Lake Superior Circle Tour in the state of Michigan are;
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