Selling locally grown fresh produce, baked goods, grass fed beef, eggs, poultry, fresh herbs, mushrooms, plants, artisan breads, cut flowers, perennials, maple syrup, honey, and arts and crafts from Alpena, Alcona, Montmorency, Presque Isle, and Oscoda counties.
The market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m.-12 noon, mid-May to late-October; every Wednesday from 8 a.m.-12 noon, mid-June to late-October and every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., late-October to early-May inside the Alpena Mall. Call ahead to confirm days and hours of operation and special event dates.
With over 40 vendors selling everything under the sun from baked goods to Avon to antiques to farm fresh eggs. The flea market is open every weekend: Friday, Noon-5p.m.; Saturday, 9a.m.-5p.m. and Sunday, Noon-5p.m. Whether it's raining, snowing or 110 degrees out come on in, we have something for everyone.
While the Alpena Light may not be a typical lighthouse, it does meet the criteria to be called one. Located at the mouth of the Thunder Bay River, the 80-foot skeletal tower is best viewed from the transient docks at the City of Alpena’s Marina. Called “Sputnik” (resembles the Russian space satellite) and “Little Red” by locals, it is said this oft dismissed light is “Long on duty, short on beauty.”
Believed to be the only lighthouse of this type in the U.S., the station was built of wood in 1877, rebuilt of wood in 1888 and finally constructed of steel in 1914. An automated active aid to navigation, the Alpena Light originally housed a Fourth Order Fresnel lens.
Provides discounted lodging and meals for patients traveling to Alpena to receive medical treatment. Patients, their caregiver/driver, and out-of-town family members may apply for service anytime there is a scheduled physician appointment, consultation, treatment, test, therapy, in-patient, out-patient or other medical appointment made in a physician’s office or at Alpena Regional Medical Center. Services are provided through local motels and restaurants. Applications require a signature by a medical certifying authority and are available in any Alpena Regional Medical Center department.
Explore the shipwrecks of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary on the 65-foot glass-bottomed Lady Michigan! Two large viewing wells on the main deck give passengers a front row view of historical shipwrecks on the bottom of Lake Huron. Departing from the warm & friendly port of Alpena, the 65 ft. Lady Michigan will take you on a comfortable adventure into the heart of Lake Huron’s Shipwreck Alley. A memorable experience for passengers of all ages! Daily tours begin in June and continue through the color season. Individual tickets can be purchased daily at the Sanctuary Gift Store at the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center at 888-469-4696, located at 500 W. Fletcher Street in Alpena. The Lady Michigan docks just behind the Heritage Center in the Thunder Bay River. Group tours are available.
The A.S.O. is North East Michigan’s only orchestra. It was founded in 2004 to give both players and listeners in the area a chance to appreciate, participate, and enjoy classical music. The priority of the Alpena Symphony Orchestra is to share the beauty of orchestral music with the residents of Alpena and the surrounding communities. The ASO season runs from May – December, and includes three full orchestral concerts and two small ensemble concerts. For concert dates or more information, see their web site.
Art in the Loft at Gallery 109 is a fine arts gallery featuring the work of local, regional and nationally recognized artists. Reasonably priced artwork is available in a wide range of media. Artists staff the gallery and apply their techniques in demonstrations and workshops. Visitors are welcome to observe and participate and a variety of special events are featured. Art In The Loft is open for two primary exhibit seasons, Summerview Season, which runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day and Winterview Season, which runs from mid-November until the end of January. A month-long Young Artists exhibit is held during the months of April and May. Call ahead or see web site for firm dates. Art in the Loft at Gallery 109 is located in the Center Building, 109 North Second Ave.
All new family fun center featuring Michigan’s Longest Go-Kart Track, State Of The Art Bumper Cars, beautiful 18 holes Mini Golf, breath taking Driving Range, 5 multi-speed Batting Cages, the Amazing Ferris Wheel, latest Arcades and more… Open May 1 through mid-October (weather depending), 7 days a week. Special Package price for Groups and Birthday Parties. ARZO…Making All Your Sports and FUN More Enjoyable!
Year ‘round vacation home on the point of Brothers Bay at Long Lake. Sleeps 4-5. Linens included. Full kitchen, new washer and dryer. Well water treated with Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System. Cable TV, Wi-Fi. Sandy beach for swimming. Private docks, boats for rent. See website for details. For quick reservations, text to 586-588-4747. Beginning August 19th, 2017 – Fall Special – $99 per night double occpuancy
- Water View
- On Waterfront
- Restaurant Nearby
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Available
- Cable TV
- On-Site Guest Laundry
- Near/On Snowmobile trails
- Sandy Beach Access
- Smoke Free Rooms
- Open Year Round