Boating and Harbors in Manistee County

Escape from your hectic schedule, and let our 25 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline soothe and calm you. Wiggle your toes in the warm golden sand, close your eyes, breathe deeply and listen to the waves. Our Lake Michigan beaches are considered some of the best in Michigan, and after you visit you will know why.


Live feed of the Manistee Harbor at the Maple Street Bridge looking West.
Courtesy of: City of Manistee

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