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Michigan United States #41 Highway Guide

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Welcome to Michigan.
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Community of Powers
Junction of Highway #2 West to Iron Mountain and Crystal Falls. Highway #41 South access to communities of Nadeau, Wallace and Menominee. Services and fuel - at the highway. Note: Highway #41 overlaps Highway #2 at this point. South access to J W Wells State Park. Wells State Park is located on Green Bay about 30 miles south of Escanaba. Its 678 acres include a three-mile shoreline with a modern campground, beautiful sandy beach for swimming, rustic cabins, and a large picnic area.
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Community of Spaulding

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0.7

Point of Information - crossing Big Cedar River
1.6
2.5
Junction of County Roadway #563

3.2
5.1
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
3.7
6.0
Point of Information
Crossing Wilson Creek.
3.8
6.1
Community of Wilson

4.2
6.7
Services and gas
South side at the highway.
4.8
7.7
County Roadway #557
South side of the highway.
5.0
8.1
County Roadway #557
North side of the highway.
5.3
8.6
Point of Information
Crossing Forty Seven Creek.
7.7
12.4
County Roadway #771
North of the highway to community of Perronville; South to Cedar River. Access to J.W. Wells State Park - South of the highway. Wells State Park is located on Green Bay about 30 miles south of Escanaba. Its 678 acres include a three-mile shoreline with a large picnic area, beautiful sandy beach for swimming, rustic cabins, and a modern campground that are available to rent from mid-March to mid-December.
8.3
13.3
Community of Harris

8.9
14.4
Services, gas and diesel
South side of the highway.
9.5
15.3
Point of Interest
Eastern time zone. Eastbound traffic sets clock 1 hour back; Southbound traffic sets clock 1 hour ahead. Delta County - Western boundary.
10.1
16.3

Community of Bark River.
12.8
20.6
Junction of Highway #69
North to communities of Schaffer, Hardwood and Foster City.
12.9
20.7
Point of Information
Crossing Bark River.
14.4
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State run rest area/roadside turnout, paved with picnic tables, washrooms. Photo of roadside park.
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Photo of roadside park.
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Community of Hyde
Junction of County Roadway #521.
16.4
26.4
Point of Information
Crossing the Ford River.
17.0
27.3
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
18.1
29.2
Services and gas
South side at the highway.
19.6
31.6
Point of Information
Crossing Portage Creek.
20.9
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City of Escanaba
Western boundary. Located on Little Bay de Noc (the northern end of Green Bay), Escanaba is a city of nearly 14,000 people and is the county seat of Delta County which has a population of nearly 40,000. Escanaba boasts an expanding industrial base and well developed service and retail sectors servicing the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
21.6
34.8
Access to lodging
Both sides of the highway.
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Junction of Highway #35 South to communities of Fox, Menominee and Marinette. Access to Escanaba downtown area. Services, gas and diesel - all sides at the highway. Note: Highway #35 overlaps Highway #2 and #41 at this point.
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35.5
View from highway
3rd Avenue North. Access to city truck route - East of the highway.
22.4
36.1
Services, gas and diesel
South side of the highway.
23.6
37.9
Danforth Road
North side of the highway.
24.1
38.8
Access to community of Wells

24.2
39.0
Access to lodging
South side of the highway.
25.0
40.3
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
25.3
40.7
Point of Information
Crossing the Escanaba River. Crossing the Escanaba River. This is the land of the Chippewa Indians and the legendary Hiawatha. The Indians named the river for the flat rocks over which it runs. In The Song of Hiawatha, Longfellow described how Hiawatha 'crossed the rushing Esconaba'.
25.4
40.9
Access to Pioneer Trail Park campground
South side of the highway. Public access to boat launching site in park.
26.5
42.6
View from highway
Photo view looking South at Little Bay of Lake Michigan.
27.2
43.8
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
28.0
45.0
City of Gladstone
Access to van Cleve Park. Junction of Highway #35 North to communities of Lathrop and Little Lake. Note: End of Highway #35 overlap.
28.1
45.2
Services, gas and diesel
Available at the highway.
28.9
46.5
Access to business district of city of Gladstone
Access to Gladstone Bay Campgrounds - South side of the highway.
29.5
47.5
Services, gas and diesel
North side of the highway.
29.8
47.9
Access to community of Kipling
South side of the highway.
31.9
51.3
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
33.0
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County Roadway #446

33.6
54.0
Point of Information
Crossing Days River.
34.1
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Community of Masonville

34.9
56.2
View from highway
Community of Rapid River. End of highway travel log. Highway #41 continues North to communities of Trenary, Kiva and Marquette. Services, gas and diesel - at the highway. Note: Highway #41 overlap of Highway #2 ends at this point. Highway #2 continues East to communites of Garden Corners, Gulliver and the city of St. Ignace.
34.9
56.2
Community of Rapid River
Rapid River, is a located at the mouth of the Whitefish River. Enjoy the beautiful scenery at Peninsula Point, Little Bay de Noc, and Rapid River Falls.
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Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - S&e