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The State of Michigan Department of Transportation partners with Pure Michigan to designate and promote scenic byways. This program offers many benefits, including economic development and community involvement and visioning. Three byways have been designated in our area, and EUPRPDC provides technical and administrative assistance to each of the advisory committees, including shepherding the development of a Corridor Management Plan (CMP). The purpose of preparing a Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan is to provide an understanding of a designated heritage route, what makes it a special place and why it should be preserved and promoted.
The Tahquamenon Scenic Byway(TBB) is a picturesque 63-mile stretch of Highway M-123, which was originally designated from the Galloway Creek to County Road 500 as a Michigan Scenic Heritage Route in 1997. The Route was expanded to include all of M-123, from Newberry to Eckerman. Learn more at our website or on our Facebook page.
Designated in 2015, the Pure Michigan Byway Program recognizes the boundless recreational opportunities found along the North Huron Shore- from thousands of miles of trails to dozens of water-access points. The Byway extends from the junction with I-75 all the way to Four Corners on Drummond Island, and binds together the communities of the Les Cheneaux Islands, DeTour, and Drummond Island. Explore the route on our website or check out our Facebook page for more information.
This byway extends from St. Ignace to Manistique, and offers drivers scenic vistas, beautiful white-sand beaches, and highlights the small communities found between the cities of St. Ignace and Manistique. For more information regarding the US-2 Byway please visit our website or our Facebook page!