Seney Area Attractions & Activities,
Your Hosts Marc and Julie
Seney National Wildlife Refuge
was established in 1935 as a refuge
and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. Today, Seney
supports a variety of wildlife, including endangered and reintroduced
species. Bald eagles, common loons and trumpeter swans are regularly seen
during the summer months.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore This 73,000+ acre park authorized in 1966
and located in Munising was the first National Lakeshore.
Multicolored sandstone cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, waterfalls, inland lakes,
wildlife and the forest of the Lake Superior shoreline beckon visitors to explore .
Attractions include a lighthouse, former Coast Guard life-saving stations, old
farmsteads and former logging trails.
Waterfalls: Many of Michigan's waterfalls are close by Seney and include the largest
of all the Tahquamenon Falls.
Smaller falls offering beautiful views and easy access are
and Wagner Falls.
Big Spring Kitick-iti-kipi
Early Indians called it "The Mirror of Heaven." The water bubbles up from
the numerous underground springs at the rate of 16,000 gallons per minute
and remains at a constant 45°F. The spring is approximately 300' by 400' across and 40 to 60 feet deep.