The smoke sauna, or savusauna, is one of the earliest forms of Finnish sauna. This log structure in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is of the few remaining examples in North America that is still functional.
Keweenaw's rocky, northern shore a between Eagle Harbor and Copper Harbor
These grand old trees are referred to as the Estivant Pines. A well maintained trail winds through the nature sanctuary.
The sandy beach and calm waters of Big Traverse Bay
Smoked fish is a staple of the great lakes. These retired fishing boats rest on the shores of Wisconsin's Bayfield peninsula. Their next-door neighbor is the wonderful Halvorson's Fisheries. You should totally try their smoked trout.
Sunset at East Lake Sylvia in Minnesota.
A wood-burning sauna, built as a separate structure, nestled the woods, is the quintessential Northwoods experience--brought to us by Finnish immigrants in the late 1800s.