Along the Shore
Sailing the waters of the Lake Superior—the world’s largest freshwater lake—with Sail Superior Yacht Charters is the ultimate summer adventure, with plenty of ‘wow’ sightseeing moments.
“I encourage people to get the feel of Superior. It is really easy to get on the
Grand Portage—Visitors to the annual Grand Portage Rendezvous Days and Pow Wow will have the opportunity to board the tall ship Mist of Avalon, which will be anchored in Grand Portage
Thunder Bay—Aviation buffs may want to mark August 1–8 in Thunder Bay on their calendars. That’s when two iconic WWII-era warplanes from American museums—the four-engine B-17G “Sentimental Journey” and twin-engine B-25J
Beaver Bay—The 16th annual Gitchi-Gami Trail Association (GGTA) North Shore Bike Ride takes place on Saturday, August 20, on the Gitchi-Gami State Trail (GGST) and connecting roads, with 28-mile, 37-mile, and 55-mile route options.
Duluth—The Great Lakes Aquarium opened a new permanent exhibit on July 14, titled Unsalted Seas. The exhibit focuses on fresh water lakes and animals. There will be a 9,000-gallon touch tank filled with multiple types of sturgeon,
Wawa—From August 19-22, Lake Superior’s Michipicoten Bay will be brimming with boats as part of Wawa’s 34th annual Salmon Derby. Brad Buck, president of Wawa Salmon Derby Incorporated, says that he expects well over 150 anglers to participate in the three-day event.