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Michigan State #117 Highway Guide

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Junction US2 and M117
Highway M117 connects the US2 lakeshore east-west route with the northern highway M28 east-west route in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula.
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Engadine
Small northern community of Engadine was founded in 1894 during northern Michigan's lumbering era. Today the community's economy is based on agriculture, tourism and logging. Don't miss the Mill Pond Park with native wildflower plantings, a gazebo, picnic area and well-maintained walking trails. The Freeman-Hastings House museum on Mackinac Trail is open Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday afternoons.
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Bethlehem Luthern Church
This country Luthern Church with well lighted cross is a familiar landmark to all who travel M117. The church was founded by immigrant farmers; the congregation continues today.
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Sandtown Road & Sandtown Bed & Breakfast
You'll catch a glimpse of the roof of the Sandtown Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast just west of highway M117. The B&B offers country lodging, breakfast cooked on a woodfired cookstove, gardens, trails for hiking and cross-country skiing. (Snowmobile trail access nearby) Sandtown Road connects with the Manistique Lakes area, northern Michigan's largest inland lakes area.
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Sandtown Road & Sandtown Bed & Breakfast
You'll catch a glimpse of the roof of the Sandtown Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast just west of highway M117. The B&B offers country lodging, breakfast cooked on a woodfired cookstove, gardens, trails for hiking and cross-country skiing. (Snowmobile trail access nearby) Sandtown Road connects with the Manistique Lakes area, northern Michigan's largest inland lakes area.
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Kak Lake
Kak Lake is small and picturesque with public boating access for fishing. (No restrooms) Keep your eyes skyward and you just may catch a glimpse of a bald eagle as they fequently fish this little northern lake.
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Junction M117 and M28
M28 is a main crossroad of the Upper Peninsula: head east for the town of Newberry and a trip to Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan's largest waterfall (35 miles) or head west through woods and wetlands until you arrive at Munising for a tour of waterfalls and the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore (60 miles)