This is “The Big Water” made famous by trophy browns and rainbows and moderate (but increasing) angling pressure. Special angling regulations have been in effect for many years on the run from Mio to McKinley, a distance of about 15 river miles, and the results are impressive. Brown trout over 20 inches are not at…
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Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter, no matter what season Oscoda County has something for everyone. Concerts, Parades, Fairs, Festivals, there is always something going on in Oscoda County. Check out our Calendar of Events page to see whats happening this month!Upcoming Events
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Trails for Snowmobiles, Cross-Country Skiing, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Dirt Bikes, and ORV's! We have your trail paradise here in Oscoda County. Choose Oscoda County for your outdoor adventures!Check Out Trails Here
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Geocaching is a high tech version of hide-and-seek that combines the fun of scavenger hunts, hiking, and “treasure” exchanges. It is a great fun way to explore familiar and unfamiliar territory with family, friends, or groups of young people. What does a geocache look like? A geocache is usually a small waterproof container filled with…
Michigan Puddingstones were formed a billion years ago in northeast Canada. Puddingstone is a type of sedimentary rock which first formed in river channels. During the Ice Age, they were pushed down through Eastern Michigan from Ontario Canada by the glaciers. The white is quartz sand which has cemented itself together over millions of years.…
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