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From Southern Michigan:
Take I-75 North to Exit 313 (M-27 North) Take M-27 North to US-23 in Cheboygan. Take US-23 East 19 miles to property on Right (five miles past the Cheboygan/Presque Isle County Line).

21948 US 23 North ·   Millersburg, MI 49759

World Class Whitetails is located in the middle of the largest single section of undeveloped land in the Heart of Michigan's Northern Lower Peninsula. But even though we are remote we are not disconnected from the world. The following activities listed below are only smattering of all there is to do in Michigan's Great Northland.

Mackinaw Bridge The Mackinaw Bridge or Big Mac, completed in 1957, was at one time the world's longest suspension bridge. It is still a marvel of engineering.
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall Cheboygan has it all from boating to golfing & swimming to snowmobiling. You can even throw Opera into the mix at the Cheboygan Opera House (originally constructed in 1877). The Opera House
Mackinaw Crossings Mackinaw Crossings in downtown Mackinaw City is a charming village where unique shopping, unforgettable dining and first-class entertainment come together!

Turn a day of shopping into an adventure! Your adventure in shopping begins the moment you step foot on our cobblestone pathways. You'll enjoy our quaint Victorian-style architecture, complete with sparkling fountains and outdoor dining opportunities. Spend the day exploring more than 45 exciting shops including 8 terrific eateries!
For the Players of course, there is the Kewadin Casino in St. Ignace. Kewadin
Rainbow You can enjoy St. Ignace any time of year but if it is late June definitely take in the Annual Auto Show. Tiny St. Ignace has a population of only 2000 and no street light on Main Street but the auto show brings in almost 3000 show cars and over 100,000 people. A fine time with friendly folks!
Petoskey is a year-'round town, with activities to satisfy visitors throughout the year. Whether you are coming to soak up the sun in the summer, ski the slopes in the winter, enjoy the great colors of fall, or enjoy the quieter times of late fall and spring, Petoskey is a great place to visit. Petoskey
Cross in the Woods Every year, thousands of people visit The Cross In The Woods not only to view the world's largest crucifix, but also to attend outdoor Mass (weather permitting).
Indian River, Michigan, the heart of the Inland Waterway, is home to some of the best fishing anywhere. Situated between Burt and Mullet Lakes, Indian River also boasts two fine fishing rivers running through town - the Indian River and the Sturgeon River. The Pigeon River, along with several other streams, is located close by. For those who like to fish smaller, more secluded lakes, several can be found within minutes of Indian River. From smelt to sturgeon, suckers to steelhead, and almost everything in between, the Indian River area offers something for every Angler. Indian River