Discover US 23: Your Pathway to the Sunrise Coast
Sunrise Coast Beach in Cheboygan County200 miles of spectacular scenic views of Lake Huron and an astounding array of large public forest and recreational properties await travelers on the Huron Shores Heritage Route. Beginning in Standish and winding up the Lake Huron coastline, the Huron Shores Heritage Route offers some of the most extensive and significant recreational, ecological, historical and cultural sites in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. The northern Lake Huron shoreline boasts water, forests, wetlands, lighthouses, parks, trails, museums, small towns, culture, attractions, golf, dining, and many other hidden treasures. And the adventures aren’t just on the coast….connecting to the Heritage Route in Oscoda is the River Road National Scenic Byway….which winds along the mighty AuSable River through the Huron National Forest. Coastal and inland discoveries await….discover US 23….your pathway to the Sunrise Coast!
The US 23 Heritage Tour website offers trip planning tools as you plan your adventure along the Sunrise Coast. If you need more specific local information, please use the following tourism contacts….
Please visit www.us23heritageroute.org when planning your next Northern Lower Michigan trip. Our very own business, BrassWind Landing Boat Rental along with Arts and Adventure Paddlesports, BrassWind Gallery and BrassWind Boatworks has it’s own page on their site. Here is the link to our page on the US 23 Website.
“Kayak Rentals and sales for the local lakes and rivers featuring Native Watercraft and Liquid Logic kayaks with paddles from Bending Branches. The Art Gallery and Gift shop features art and gifts, web design and carved signs along with BrassWind BoatWorks featuring wood boat construction.”
NEW THIS SUMMER!
Arts and Adventure Paddlesports, located in the former Woodshop at Image Carvers Sign Shoppe in Indian River, Michigan will be a dealer for Liquid Logic Kayaks and Native Watercraft and well as custom wood boats by Richard Lincoln. They will also be renting kayaks. Richard and Sheree Lincoln, from Fremont, MI have purchased the building and equipment and are in the process of bringing the building back to life as the BrassWind Landing featuring the BrassWind BoatWorks wood boat shop, BrassWind Gallery for art and gifts, BrassWind Designs with Web Design, Graphics and Signs.
This website is under construction – all new site and further details coming very soon!
We look forward to being a part of downtown Indian River.