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delta County Michigan Recreation Directory



If you would like to be listed in the delta Recreation Directory please check out our Rates page for more information. Recreational activities in delta County, Michigan Fun things to do and places to stay. Activities include: Bowling, Cabin Rentals, Camping, Canoeing, Charter Boats Golf, Hiking Trails, Horseback Riding, Resorts and more. .



Attractions


Fayette Historic Townsite State Park   Garden,  MI     (906)644-2603
Features a restored iron smelting company town (1867-1891). Once a bustling industrial community, Fayette offers visitors the unmatched serenity of a Lake Michigan harbor, white cliffs and verdant forests. This well-preserved museum village recalls another time when it was a noisy, dirty company town with an immigrant population that shared daily hardships, joys and sorrows. Three miles of shoreline on Big Bay De Noc. Park amenities include: sixty-one semi-modern campsites, boat camping, picnicking, beach, playground, fishing, and boat launch. Five miles of hiking trails overlooking town from limestone cliffs. Groomed for cross-country skiing, perfect for the beginner.



Campgrounds


Fayette Historic Townsite State Park   Garden,  MI     (906)644-2603
Features a restored iron smelting company town (1867-1891). Once a bustling industrial community, Fayette offers visitors the unmatched serenity of a Lake Michigan harbor, white cliffs and verdant forests. This well-preserved museum village recalls another time when it was a noisy, dirty company town with an immigrant population that shared daily hardships, joys and sorrows. Three miles of shoreline on Big Bay De Noc. Park amenities include: sixty-one semi-modern campsites, boat camping, picnicking, beach, playground, fishing, and boat launch. Five miles of hiking trails overlooking town from limestone cliffs. Groomed for cross-country skiing, perfect for the beginner.



Charter Boats


Little Bay de Noc Fishing Charters   Rapid River,  MI     (800)708-2347
"Teaching People How To Fish," for over 25 years has been our goal in our fishing business. Fishing for Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Perch and Salmon/Trout.



Hiking


Fayette Historic Townsite State Park   Garden,  MI     (906)644-2603
Features a restored iron smelting company town (1867-1891). Once a bustling industrial community, Fayette offers visitors the unmatched serenity of a Lake Michigan harbor, white cliffs and verdant forests. This well-preserved museum village recalls another time when it was a noisy, dirty company town with an immigrant population that shared daily hardships, joys and sorrows. Three miles of shoreline on Big Bay De Noc. Park amenities include: sixty-one semi-modern campsites, boat camping, picnicking, beach, playground, fishing, and boat launch. Five miles of hiking trails overlooking town from limestone cliffs. Groomed for cross-country skiing, perfect for the beginner.



Ski Trails


Fayette Historic Townsite State Park   Garden,  MI     (906)644-2603
Features a restored iron smelting company town (1867-1891). Once a bustling industrial community, Fayette offers visitors the unmatched serenity of a Lake Michigan harbor, white cliffs and verdant forests. This well-preserved museum village recalls another time when it was a noisy, dirty company town with an immigrant population that shared daily hardships, joys and sorrows. Three miles of shoreline on Big Bay De Noc. Park amenities include: sixty-one semi-modern campsites, boat camping, picnicking, beach, playground, fishing, and boat launch. Five miles of hiking trails overlooking town from limestone cliffs. Groomed for cross-country skiing, perfect for the beginner.






 

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