8 Things to Do in Rogers City That You Shouldn't Miss

Rogers City is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,827 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Presque Isle County. The city is adjacent to Rogers Township, but is politically independent.

1. 40 Mile Point Lighthouse

U.s 23, Rogers City, MI Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lighthouses
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5 based on 93 reviews

40 Mile Point Lighthouse

Reviewed By 795davec - IllinoisIllinois

Cool scenic area - as well as the Lighthouse

Very scenic area - at the end of the bike path coming NW from Rogers City. Heavily refurbished lighthouse was stunning views on the surrounding beach. Not touristy. Restored to roughly 1900 - with artifacts from the era in the basement, main floor, and up

2. P.H. Hoeft State Park

5001 US Highway 23 N, Rogers City, MI 49779-9555 Nature & Parks, State Parks
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4.5 based on 62 reviews

P.H. Hoeft State Park

Reviewed By A8241OOheatherb - Detroit, MichiganDetroit, Michigan

2 day camping trip

Nice woodsy campground, try to book on the north end of the park, the south end sights are clustered together and don't have any privacy between them. Beautiful water views, sandy dune like walkway to the beach, but no real designated "beach" area, just t

3. Knaebe's Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm & Cider Mill

2621 S Karsten Rd, Rogers City, MI 49779-9743 Sights & Landmarks, Farms
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5 based on 41 reviews

Knaebe's Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm & Cider Mill

Reviewed By Juanita N

Great experience

This place is so much fun,its educational on how the apples are grown and how to pitch them. There's a petting zoo, a play area ,kids can sail on ship,or drive a bike,If you like shopping sweet store they have homemade doughnut's ,pies and ice cream. They

4. Lakeside Park

Lake Street, Rogers City, MI 49779 Nature & Parks
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4.5 based on 30 reviews

Lakeside Park

Reviewed By Laura H

Go out of your way to head here.

Lakeside Park has been a Rogers City jewel for years, and it's well worth the drive out of downtown. Walk by the harbor or along the beach. Experience a band concert on select nights, and get a yummy snack at the cafe. You'll be glad you did.

5. Great Lakes Lore Maritime Museum

367 N Third St, Rogers City, MI 49779-1357 Museums, Military Museums
Excellent
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4.5 based on 14 reviews

Great Lakes Lore Maritime Museum

Reviewed By Bon871 - Albuquerque, New MexicoAlbuquerque, New Mexico

All About Great Lakes Sailors

This museum organized by Great Lakes sailors and their families, will hold your interest for a long time. There is detailed information about individual sailors, about ships and about shipping events--storms and shipping disasters. Books about any of thes

6. Huron Sunrise Trail

Rogers City, MI 49779 Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks, Hiking Trails, Biking Trails More
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5 based on 4 reviews

Huron Sunrise Trail

Reviewed By TRbeer - Hell, MichiganHell, Michigan

Great paved bike trail

We rode the Huron Sunrise Trail 3 times while camping at Hoeft State Park. The trail has great views of Lake Huron and terminates in Rogers City on the south and 40 Mile Point Lighthouse to the north. We felt safe on the trail as far as not being in fear

7. Black Mountain Forest Recreation Area

Rogers City, MI Nature & Parks, Forests
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4 based on 1 reviews

Difficult access ensures relative peace and quiet for hikers, skiers and fishers.

Reviewed By AlnSue - Milton, FloridaMilton, Florida

State land tails

Snowmobiling or 4 wheeling the trails are marked and many on Black Moutain. The is gas available and trails to the Bluffs restaurant and gas. Tail can take you down to black Lake and around the whole mouutain.

8. Good Guys Adventure Co

Enter a destinationRogers City, MI, USA
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5 based on 4 reviews

Good Guys Adventure Co

***Now Closed for the 2018 Season*** Kayak, SUP Boards, and Bike rentals. Good Guys Adventure Co. is all about getting people outdoors to make new memories, develop relationships, and share stories. It's time to say goodbye to bored and hello to adventure! **We deliver and pick up equipment for free to select Rogers City locations, please call for more info!**

Reviewed By greatlakesgirlie - Apex, North CarolinaApex, North Carolina

The Best 2-4 hour Activity

My favorite thing to do in Rogers City is to bike along water up to the lighthouse (with a stop at the Two Hearts bakery). Beautiful along the water and thru the woods.Finally, a no-hassle place to rent GOOD riding bikes!! Clean...well maintained. Nice owner too!! A perfect summer day activity!

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