Choose from the following:
|Eagle's Landing Golf Course||Ocean City Golf & Yacht Club|
|Ocean Pines Golf Course||Peninsula Golf Center|
|Pine Shore||River Run|
|The Bay Club||The Beach Club golf Links|
Church & Meade St.
Local logging era artifacts and other White Lake Area memorabilia. A dress worn by Montague's own Nancy Ann Fleming, Miss America, 1961, is on display.
Open June-August, Saturday & Sunday 1-5 pm. Will open for groups.
World's Largest Weathervane
Located just off of Business 31 in Montague
Situated on the north shore of White Lake, the hand-formed aluminum weathervane is 48 feet high, 14 feet long and weighs 4,300 pounds. It is topped by a replica of the lumbering era schooner, "Ella Ellenwood." The operating weathervane has a working weather station in its base with foot access available.
Montague Township Park
Whitbeck and Hancock St.
Montague Township Park is Montague's only park for basketball, baseball, a huge playground and shuffle board. The park is in a very convenient location and is open to the public all year long.
Hart-Montague Bicycle Trail
located off Business 31 in Montague
The Hart Montague Bicycle trail is not only the first Rails to Trails bicycle trail in the United States, but is one of the longest in the state of Michigan. It is over 21 miles long and has plenty of places to stop on the way to eat, visit, or rest. You can also walk, rollerblade, skateboard or snowmobile (in winter only) on the trail.
White Lake Community Band Shell
Launch Ramp Road in Montague
The Band Shell contains free musicals once a week to the public. The bands range from the Scottville Clown Band to rock music bands.
Happy Mohawk Canoe Livery
on Fruitvaile Rd., in Montague
Have a great time canoeing down White River. Lots of fun and affordable prices
Meinert Park Road
Includes a large beach and a nice playground, $1.00 charge per vehicle.
Life Guard Road
A beautiful park with swimming, boating and other fun beach activities
Maple Beach Park
Public beach located on White Lake off Old Channel Trail
A beautiful beach, you can stop in at the historic Old Channel Trail Restaurant and grab a bite to eat.
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