Located in the Huron-Manistee National Forest is Lumberman’s Monument, a high bluff overlooking the beautiful Au Sable River.
This gorgeous site offers a breathtaking view of the AuSable River Valley from a observation deck 300 feet above the river. For the adventurous, walk down 294 steps and enter a mystical place where underground springs come together and form cold water streams. Walk along the elevated boardwalk and enjoy the serenity. This is also a trailhead for the Highbanks Hiking Trail.
Corsair ski and walking trails are located within the 120,000 acres of the Huron National Forest. The trails make up the largest groomed trail networks in Michigan. Take advantage of this 44-mile groomed trail system to hike, run, walk, bird, snowshoe, and ski, depending on the season
Iosco County has miles of beautiful beaches that border Lake Huron. The sunrise side has beach just for you if want to relax and enjoy the sun.
Bicyclist and walkers both love our paved Alabaster/Tawas Bike Path. The Alabaster path starts right here at Brown’s Landing and parallels US-23, through scenic woody areas and along beautiful Lake Huron all the way to the Tawas lighthouse on Tawas Point.
Tawas Bay offers some of the finest bird watching experiences in the Great Lakes region. Tawas Point is well known for high concentrations of migrating warblers in May; but there can be over 200 species during peak migration times. Tuttle Marsh Wildlife Area is a birder’s paradise that’s only seven miles north of town. Bald eagles can also be sighted just north of our campground and along the River Road Scenic Byway. We have a nice concentration of birds around our park.
There are 7 beautiful golf courses located around the Tawases, with the Singing Bridge Golf course located just 1.5 miles south of us.
Bring your boat or fish from our dock. There are abundant fishing opportunities in Tawas!
East Tawas has a beautiful downtown area with many small local shops for a unique shopping experience.