My wife and I, accompanied by our dog, Tyler, did the Circle Tour from September 4 through September 14, 2013, and enjoyed every minute of it.
Highlights for us included the High Falls on the Pigeon River, Kakabeka Falls, Fort William Historical Park, Ouimet Canyon, gourmet dining, including a fabulous dessert, at the Serendipity Gardens Café in Rossport, Aguasabon Falls and Canyon, another fantastic dinner at Kinniwabi International Cuisine in Wawa, the startling sudden view of Magpie Scenic High Falls, the beautiful Batchawana Bay and Mountain, the cruise through the locks at the Soo, the lighthouses at Point Iroquois, Whitefish Point and, after a delightful 20-mile drive at Crisp Point (what a wonderful joy the volunteers have done!), the lovely Tahquamenon Falls, the absolutely unforgettable and breathtaking late afternoon on a perfect day sights on the Pictured Rocks Cruise, and so many other wonderful falls in the park itself.
Because of where we live (in Ontonagon, Michigan), we have thoroughly explored the rest of the circle tour from Marquette to Grand Marais, Minnesota. We always enjoy Duluth and the North Shore, summer and winter. Bayfield and the Apostle Islands are other favorites, including Big Top Chautauqua. Living on Lake Superior, we get a lot of visitors and we always show them the many sights around here from the Porkies to Copper Harbor, always giving them a personal tour of the historic 1866 lighthouse here in Ontonagon and treating them to dinner at the best restaurant in our neighborhood, the Harbor Haus in Copper Harbor.
Bob & Jean Lind, Ontonagon, Michigan