These are photographs of the Lake Huron beach in front of Crane Cove.
From loons to ducks, bald eagles and our little friend to the left we affectionately call Sentry Gull, we have been entranced by these flying beauties. As I add the gull photo, I am reminded of the fierce little hummingbirds which are currently buzzing around Crane Cove enjoying both the feeders and the flowers.
The north shoreline of Lake Huron in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has long been known as one of the most beautiful and pristine areas of wilderness in all of the Midwest. The Nature Conservancy has recognized this area of shoreline as one of "The Last Great Places" in the Northern Hemisphere.
Over the years, numerous travelers have gravitated to this magical area to enjoy the many natural wonders. The rocky shorelines and protected bays like Crane Cove's area, create excellent habitats for fish, rare orchids and flowers, not to mention one of the Midwest's most diverse collection of bird species. We hope that like ourselves, you will be enchanted by our little cove, and will enjoy returning again and again.