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[caption id="attachment_10502" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Port Austin Harbor Port Austin Harbor US Army Corps of Engineers.[/caption]

Port Austin, is at the the tip of Michigan’s Thumb. The end of the road. From such a stance one can stand in the harbor and see a beautiful sunrise and sunset over Lake Huron and Saginaw Bay without moving an inch. Blessed with clear water, sandy beaches and dunes, unique rock formations, and the finest fishing anywhere.

Cute shops, a top rated farmer’s market, a variety of parks, camping, accommodations and visitor ‘fun stuff’ are all plentiful.

Travel West on M-25 and find the shoreline dotted with parks, beaches and recreational facilities. Head  East and visit historic areas such as Grindstone City. Go back in time with in the the restored lumber town museum of Huron City. Take in the vista at Lighthouse County Park featuring historic Pointe Aux Barques Lighthouse.

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Explore Art in the Park in Port Austin

Its an end of Summer Tradition. The Thumb Arts Guild’s Annual Juried Art Fair occurs each Labor Day weekend at Gallup Park in Port Austin

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Walts Meats Thanks All for Support of Kinde Food Pantry

The relationship started in 2014 when Bob Nichol asked Lynne and Rick Jones at Walt’s Meats to place a simple pickle jar next to the cash register to collect a few donations for the Kinde Foood Pantry. The no-nonsense sign on the jar reads “Please...

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Great Cheeseburger’s Start at Walt’s Meat

If you want a Cheeseburger that is better then anything you can get in Caseville, start with the key ingredient at Walt’s Meat

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Garfield Inn, Pioneer Elegance in the North

Short history of Charles Learned, the builder and Huron County pioneer who build the Garfield Inn and was friends with a US President James Garfield.

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