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  1. The beach at Charlevoix.

    The beach in Charlevoix flanks a breakwall and pier light.

  2. The lighthouse in Escanaba.

    The 1868 Sand Point Lighthouse in Escanaba commemorates its first keeper, a woman.

  3. A little visitor marches with soldiers at Fort Mackinac.

    A young recruit marches with the soldiers at Fort Mackinac.

  4. Voyageurs at Colonial Michilimackinac.

    At Colonial Michilimackinac, a visiting family puts on voyageur clothes and helps with the trade goods.

  5. Girls run into the Platte River.

    In Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, girls run into the Platte River near its mouth on Lake Michigan.

  6. The S.S. Badger on Lake Michigan.

    The S.S. Badger car ferry crosses the lake between Manitowoc, Wis., and Ludington, Mich.

  7. Shops in Leland's Fishtown.

    In Leland, the fishing shanties of Fishtown now hold galleries and boutiques.

  8. Big Sable Point Lighthouse near Ludington.

    Tourists can climb the 1867 Big Sable Point Lighthouse in Ludington State Park.

  9. The Cobia submarine in Manitowoc.

    In Manitowoc, the USS Cobia is open for tours and occasional family overnights.

  10. The dune climb in Sleeping Bear.

    The Dune Climb is a must-do in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.

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