Kewadin Casino

There are five Kewadin Casino locations in the Upper Peninsula which provide you with the best entertainment and natural experience Northerm Michigan has to offer! Kewadin Casino in Manistique is open 365 days a year with seasonal hours. Here you will find Vegas-style table games and slots. Dining is available at the Mariner’s Cove Restaurant

5630W US Highway 2
Manistique, MI 49854

906-341-5510 ( Main )
906-635-4947 (  Fax )


Lucky Line Fishing Charter

Owner Captain John Gudwer Jr. Specializing in Salmon, Trout and Walleye on Lake Michigan & Little Bay De Noc. Lucky Line uses a 24ft Wellcraft walk around with a hard top and enclosure for your fishing pleasure and comfort. It also includes a head in the cabin.

906-399-0760 ( Main )


Rainey Wildlife Area

A hiking trail that passes through maple, yellow birch, and mixed conifer habitat takes hikers over boardwalks and through wet areas, leading to an elevated observation platform that provides a feeling of remoteness with outstanding opportunities for viewing wildlife.

Schoolcraft County Historical Society

    Manistique Water Tower Built in 1922 at a cost of $70,000.00, it held 28,000 gallons of water when full, and supplied water to the entire town. the structure is Roman Revival. It was put on the national Register of Historical Sites in 1981. The Water Tower is open to the public June-Labor Day.

P.O. Box 284
Manistique, MI 49854



Seul Choix Point Lighthouse/Gulliver Historical Society

Hundreds of years ago, native Americans and French fur traders traveled in canoes across the rough waters of Lake Michigan. On one occasion, a group of French sailors were caught in a terrifying storm which forced them to seek shelter. They landed on the rocky shore of a harbor and found refuge in the bay

672N West Gulliver Lake Road
Gulliver, MI 49840

906-283-3183 (Lighthouse)


Tahquamenon Falls Riverboat Tours & The Famous Toonerville Trolley Wilderness Train Ride

ALL ABOARD for an exciting excursion into Upper Peninsula Michigan wilderness. TOUR #1…..The Toonerville Trolley, a narrow gauge railroad takes you 5 1/2 miles through thick forest, the habitat of bear, deer and other wild animals and birds. Your first view of the beautiful Tahquamenon River is at Hunters Mill, the end of the trolley

7195 County Road 381
Soo Junction, MI 49000

888-779-7246 ( Main )


Monthly Meetings

All monthly meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of the month at 8:00 am.

  • Sept. 27
  • Oct. 25
  • Nov. 29
  • Dec. 20 (due to Christmas holiday)

  • Chamber members and the general public are encouraged to attend.