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"Whether you are looking to host a family reunion or take a jog, we have a spot for you."

Sawyer Thorton Park

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The Sawyer-Thornton Park, 419 Sixth Ave, was established in 2015.  The .4 acre park property was originally owned by Neil Thornton’s grandfather, Ben Sawyer, and then his parents, Percy and Edith Thornton. The City of Tawas City acquired the property in 1989. The park was dedicated to the Sawyer-Thornton family on Saturday, October 24, 2015. Trees and a picnic table were added to the park. The location of this park is set in a residential area, where residents can go enjoy fishing on the bank of Dead Creek, picnicking, playing games and relaxing. 

Heritage Route

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The Huron Shores Heritage Route brouchure points out some great places to visit in Iosco County.

From Lumbermen's Monument to Tawas Point Lighthouse, this guide will give you an inside peek to what makes the sunrise side so special.

Download the U.S. 23 Huron Shores Heritage Route brochure here.

 

US23 Heritage Route website

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