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Hessel, Michigan
Mackinac County

Cedarville / Hessel Map
Cedarville / Hessel Lodging Hessel Michigan Area Attractions
Drummond Island Ferry
Mackinac Bridge
Tahquamenon Falls

Les Cheneaux Islands
De Tour Passage Tour
Caribou Lake Map

Area Golf Courses
Hessel Ridge Golf

Hessel Snowmobile Report
E.U.P. Snowmobile Trails
Cedarville Trail
DeTour Trail
Hessel Trail

ATV Motorcycle Trails
Bay City Lake Trail
Birch Hill/Foreman Lk. Trail
Cranberry lake Trail
Kinross Trail

Hessel Michigan Marina

Welcome To Hessel Michigan and the Les Cheneaux Islands
  Hessel Michigan is located at the head of Hessel Bay and the west entrance to Les Cheneaux Islands on northern Lake Huron. In the 1880s Hessel grew from a loose settlement of Indian fishermen into a lumber port where logs were brought to be loaded onto boats in the spring. Today the busiest place in town is the Hessel Marina and docks.
Hessel Michigan
  Hessel Michigan has a lot to offer visitors with many out door attractions. Boating, fishing, canoe and kayaking are a given in and around the Les Cheneaux Islands. Hiking, Biking, bird watching and nature viewing as well as great fall color tours make bringing your camera a must. Snowmobilers will love the hundreds of miles of groomed trails that connect from Hessel.

Video 1 - A quick look at Hessel Michigan

Video 2 - Les Cheneaux Islands at dawn
  Hessel Michigan area has many restaurants, museums, and quaint shops to go along with the great outdoors. With attractions like the Mackinac Bridge, Tahquamenon Falls and the Soo Locks close by it makes the Hessel area a great vacation destination.
Hessel Michigan

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