Waterfront Homes on Whitefish Bay
They didn’t call this slice of Michigan ‘Paradise’ for nothing – surrounded by natural beauty that could easily be regarded as some of the best coastlines and preserved forests in the U.S., we daresay it absolutely is.
Paradise lies along the shore of Whitefish Bay and offers a diverse array of stunning waterfront properties to choose from, featuring sweeping views of Lake Superior, which is the largest of the Great Lakes.
Waterfront Homes and Cabins
Along Whitefish Bay you will find everything from single-family homes to mobile and manufactured homes to charming log cabins and cottages that would be perfect as vacation homes.
Waterfront Acreage & Lots on Whitefish Bay
The Whitefish Bay area also features select high-value waterfront acreage. Choose from a wide selection of secluded land with miles and miles of pristine shoreline, including bluffs and beautiful sandy beaches that feature stunning uninterrupted views of dramatic sunsets.
Some Area Attractions and Sights
- Whitefish Point – This historic lighthouse serves as a landmark in Whitefish Bay, being the oldest functioning lighthouse in Lake Superior. Here, you’ll also find the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, which keeps valuable historical data on all the shipwrecks that have occurred in the area – including the famous wreck of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald in 1975, the largest ship to sink in Lake Superior during a storm.
The area is also a popular birdwatching destination as it is part of the migration corridor, which thousands of birds traverse as they head to and from Canada.
- Crisp Point Lighthouse – This historic lighthouse was originally one of the five Lake Superior U.S. Life-Saving Service stations located along Lake Superior’s shipwreck coast. This remote location features lighthouse tours in the summer and a unique gift shop. Explore miles of undeveloped shoreline and beautiful beaches. It is located 14 miles west of Whitefish Point and is reached via County Rd 500 in Luce County.
- Tahquamenon Falls State Park (Rivermouth Unit) – This portion of the massive Tahquamenon Falls State Park provides easy access to both Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay and the Tahquamenon River. There is a boat launch, parking area and restrooms.
Just north of the mouth of the Tahquamenon River is a small swimming beach and picnic area. Take your pick – swimming, boating, fishing or kayaking! A campground is also available at this location.