Located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Black River, this port city grew as a shipping and resort center. Blueberries and peaches are produced in the vicinity. The Michigan Maritime Museum at 260 Dyckman Avenue is dedicated to the preservation of Great Lakes waterways, maritime history, and culture.
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