Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Amazing Grace"
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Established as the first National Lakeshore in 1966, the beautiful Lake Superior coast at Pictured Rocks was adopted by the National Park System as an answer to increased private ownership of the Great Lakes coastlines. Though the Lakeshore is home … Continue reading


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Whitefish Point Lighthouse

featuring Michael Jones' "Return to Love"
Whitefish Point Lighthouse

The modern steel tower and well-maintained grounds of the Whitefish Point Lighthouse leave little hint that the light is 150 years old and the oldest active light on Lake Superior. Originally built as a stone tower in 1848, the lighthouse … Continue reading


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Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse

featuring Ryan Fontanilla's "Son of Perdition"
Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse, Michigan

Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse, just south of Gulliver, Michigan on the north shore of Lake Michigan, has aided navigation on the lakes since 1892. Nearby Seul Choix Bay gets its name from the French for “only choice,” since early French … Continue reading


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Michipicoten at Soo Locks

featuring Chuck Loeb's "Sierra Nevada"
Michipicoten at Soo Locks

The Great Lakes freighter Michipicoten, formerly known as the Elton Hoyt 2nd, was built in 1952 and renamed once it joined the Lower Lakes Towing Company, which names its vessels after local rivers. In November 2010, it was converted to … Continue reading


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Sterling State Park, Michigan

featuring Marc Antoine's "Rodrigo's Concierto"
Sterling State Park, Michigan

Michigan’s only state park on Lake Erie, Sterling State Park in Monroe, offers lakefront fun including camping, swimming, fishing, and boating. Other attractions include hiking and bicycle trails through the nearby woods and wetlands. This eScapes video features a peaceful … Continue reading


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Detroit, Michigan (Skyline at Dusk)

featuring Marion Meadows' "Flirt"
Detroit Skyline at Dusk

Detroit, Michigan is known as the “Motor City” so it may be appropriate that the standout on its skyline is the Renaissance Center housing the headquarters of General Motors. In this relaxing view from across the Detroit River in Windsor, … Continue reading


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Peche Island Rear Range Light

featuring David Benoit's "Saturdays"
Peche Island Rear Range Lighthouse

Visitors to Peche Island Rear Range Light wouldn’t be blamed for assuming it was called the “Marine City Lighthouse.” After all, it is in Marine City, Michigan and decidedly not on an island. The words “Marine City” are even painted … Continue reading


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Arthur M. Anderson (Duluth-Superior Harbor)

featuring Bahman Anvari's "Monir"
Arthur M. Anderson

The steamship Arthur M. Anderson was built in Lorain, Ohio in 1952, alongside the Philip R. Clarke and Cason J. Callaway freighters. The Arthur M. Anderson has a unique place in Great Lakes shipping history: it is the last ship … Continue reading


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Point Aux Barques Lighthouse

featuring Chuck Loeb's "Between 2 Worlds"
Point Aux Barques Lighthouse

Built in 1847 to warn ships of a dangerous reef, Point Aux Barques Lighthouse in Port Hope, Michigan originally stood for only nine years before being razed and rebuilt. The original construction had used inferior materials that could not withstand … Continue reading


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Beaver Bay Falls, Minnesota

featuring Gregg Karukas' "I Dream of You"
Falls of Beaver Bay, Minnesota

Most of the impressive waterfalls in the United States are well-documented and well-traveled. Many are located in parks and some even have a infrastructure or nearby tourism economy to accommodate sightseeing. The falls of the Beaver River in Minnesota is … Continue reading


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