The Hi-Way Drive-In Movie Theater is coveniently located 5 miles east of Sandusky and 9 miles west of Port Sanilac (on the lakeshore) on M-46 is Carsonville, Michigan. Come visit Michigan’s oldest outdoor movie theater.
The Barn Theatre is located at the south end of Port Sanilac on M-25, on the grounds of the Sanilac County Historical Museum. Built one and a half centuries ago, the barn is historically accurate. Come see quality, one of a kind theater on a shoestring budget.
Summer Wind Farms Sanctuary is a non-profit, USDA licensed sanctuary for exotic birds, mammals and reptiles. The facility is in Brown City, MI and sits of 140 acres that is home to a variety of animals. The public can see these animals up close through educational tours.
Thumbfest is a family-friendly traditional acoustic music festival sponsored by the Bluewater Folk Society. It takes place every year on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend in Lexington, Michigan along the shores of Lake Huron. From the shores of Lake Huron east to Main Street the town is filled with music. As you walk from Main Street to the harbor and throughout downtown Lexington, you will pass multiple stages with performers playing great music all day long!
Stroll through shoreline resort village of Port Sanilac which offer unique shopping, dining, cultural and entertainment experiences. Port Sanilac also offers a public harbor and two full-service marinas.
Visit the Village of Lexington, MI for numerous shopping and dining options. Lexington is a charming little harbor village right on the shore of Lake Huron. Explore Lexington’s website to find special event listings, local breweries and wineries, and much more.
If you’re looking for high quality antiques and personal service, stop by Sandusky Antiques in Sandusky, MI. There are seven rooms of treasures awaiting your discovery. Come step back in time, the assortment is ever-changing.
Weekends first opened in 1992 with a vision to bring quality gift items to the shores of Lake Huron in the seasonal town of Lexington, MI. Weekends specializes in handcrafted gifts with innovative, high-quality design, presenting products that catch the eye through shape, form, color and function.
This locally famous landmark connects downtown Croswell to a park and is known as the Swinging Bridge, a name given to it because of how the bridge swings and bounces as people walk across it. It is claimed to be the longest spanning suspension foot bridge in Michigan.
The Port Sanilac Lighthouse is one of the few lighthouses in Michigan that is privately owned. The light tower, an octagonal shape with a bit of an hourglass silhouette is rare among Great Lakes lights.
The history of the Thumb Octogon Barn begins back in 1869 when James Luther Purdy was born in Pontiac, Michigan. Come tour this fascinating piece of agricultural history with a Host Couple. Visit from May 15th through September from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
The Sanilac County Historic Village and Museum is a collection of more than a dozen historic buildings located on ten acres of the original Dr. Joseph Loop estate in the Lake Huron harbor village of Port Sanilac. Step back in time as you wander through the beautiful gardens and the Victorian, Edwardian, and vintage buildings and exhibits that are featured on the property.
Huron Shores golf course is a fully public golf course featuring a beautiful 18 hole course on the shore of Lake Huron, as well as an in-house restaurant serving everything from quick snacks on the turn to full course dinners.
Woodland Hills is a world-class golf club, but it does more than just give guests one of the best options for a round of golf anywhere in Michigan. Our Sandusky golf course is also a fantastic place to enjoy fine dining.