Chippewa County International Airport is situated in an ideal location for anyone looking to enjoy the four seasons. Our area is home to miles of snowmobile trails, cross-country skiing pathways and a host of winter fun. Whether you’re planning a winter vacation, snowshoeing at Tahquamenon Falls State Park would take your breath away. If warmer weather is what you’re looking for, traveling to Northern Michigan is the perfect location for many families. Catch a ferry to Mackinac Island and travel back in time or take a walk through Downtown Sault Ste Marie and watch freighters as they pass through the Saint Mary’s River.
Sault Ste. Marie is the oldest city in Michigan and among the oldest cities in the United States. Known to locals as “the Soo”, visit for year-round recreational activities, historical sites, the world-famous Soo Locks, Rotary Park, and pristine natural environments.
For centuries, visitors have found this national landmark to be the ideal vacation spot. No cars. No chain hotels. Just world-famous Mackinac Island Fudge, historic Fort Mackinac, unique shopping and diverse dining.
Tahquamenon Falls State Park encompasses nearly 50,000 acres and stretches more than 13 miles across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The majority of the park is undeveloped, and the centerpiece is the Tahquamenon River and its waterfalls, which are viewable from multiple accessible overlooks.