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The Northeast section of Michigan is located in the Lower Peninsula’s northeast quadrant and is bordered by Lake Huron. The Mackinac Bridge, which spans 5 miles, connects the region to the Upper Peninsula to the north. Tourism is the main industry in the region, which attracts many seasonal inhabitants. Discover the blue waters of Lake Huron, as well as the clean streams and rivers that beckon fisherman to make the perfect cast. Explore the region on bikes, boats, snowshoes, skis, and kayaks. Or even try scuba diving or snorkeling among shipwrecks dating back centuries.
Cheboygan, as well as Gaylord further inland, are major tourist destinations in this area, with multiple lakes, Michigan state parks and protected areas, along with 17 golf courses. Mackinac Island, located in the Straits of Mackinac between the Upper and Lower Peninsulas, is also a popular tourist destination. In comparison to the northwest shore, the northeast coast is considered less developed. Agriculture is also a modest aspect of the region, with potato and dry bean farming, as well as a small industrial base with hardboard, chemical, and ironworks manufacturing facilities, as well as one of the world’s largest salt plants, which is situated in Manistee.