One of the best outdoor activity you can do in Michigan is kayaking. Because of the state’s enchanting rivers and world’s famous lakes, more and more kayakers are choosing Michigan as their favorite place.
If you wanted to try and test the magic of Michigan waters, here are few locations that you should consider for a more spectacular experience.
Kayaking the Thumb Heritage Water Trail – Port Austin, Michigan
The Tip of the Thumb Heritage Water Trail extends over 100 miles with 34 launch/landing markers. Interesting rock formations, caves and stacks can be found less than two miles east or west of Port Austin’s Veterans Waterfront Park.
Photo by @forehand67 ____________________ Stand-up Paddle Boarding by Turnip rock in Lake Huron, Michigan, USA. Turnip Rock has been severely undercut by wave action, so that its top has a significantly larger cross-section than its base. Its consequent unusual form, reminiscent of a turnip, has made it a minor attraction for viewing from watercraft, although it’s shoreline is privately owned you owned. Port Austin, the nearest large community, is the usual base for kayaking trips to Turnip Rock. A concrete collar has been built around the base of Turnip Rock at the waterline to retard further undercutting. Bring a friend to Stand-up Paddle board with! ____________________ #bucketlist #liveurlist #activity
Kayaking At Dusk – Ludington, Michigan
Enjoy the beauty of Ludington with evening or early morning kayaking on Hamlin Lake.
Michigan’s Land of Water – Les Cheneaux Islands, Michigan
Paddle waterways that span over 75 miles on the northern shores of Lake Huron. The Les Cheneaux Islands consists of 36 islands that offer many channels and quiet coves which are ideal for sailing and boating.
Kayaking around St. Ignace – St. Ignace, Michigan
With miles of shoreline close by, smooth waters, island channels, inlets, rivers and creeks, St. Ignace is a great place for serenity, athletic and adventure loving types.
A Summer Classic – Petoskey, Michigan
Steeped in tradition, the Petoskey Area offers visitors first-class recreation and abundant natural beauty in a variety of distinct waterfront resort communities.
Information source – http://www.michigan.org/kayaking/
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