Sunrise Cove is a family-owned campground and marina right on Lake Michigan. The camping area can accommodate RVs and trailers. A bathroom and shower facility is available, and there is a restaurant and bar on site.
Algoma has over 160 years of rich history on Lake Michigan. Many events and activities contributed to its early growth, but one of the oldest and still popular activities is fishing. Whether you dock your boat in one of Algoma’s marinas, reserve space on a charter vessel, or try your luck on the
Kayak or paddle the Ahnapee River. The Ahnapee River is a great, flatwater paddle for beginners. The river is damned at Forestville, where it gently winds its way to Lake Michigan. Kayak rentals are available at Ahnapee Shores Camping Resort, The River by Bayshore, and Timber Trail Campground
The original lighthouse was a square, wooden tower painted white with a black, hexagonal iron lantern. The current red lighthouse was established in 1908, and a foghorn was added 1910. It had a fixed red lens lantern illuminating toward the lake. General Douglas MacArthur helped design the pier as
Timber Trail offers spacious grass sites with mature trees and exceptional wooded sites. With 100 sites situated over 30 acres, there are great options for everything from large RVs to tents. Sites with water and electricity are available. Some of the amenities available include a heated
The Historic Algoma Walking tour is a great way to experience the robust history of Algoma and learn about the gorgeous Victorian-style homes and hotels then, now and everything in between. While on this self-guided tour, be sure to take in the beautiful Walldog murals seen on some of the