About GraylingGrayling is on the Au Sable River in one of the Lower Peninsula's leading recreation regions. Although the game fish for which it was named no longer inhabit nearby rivers, the town remains a starting point for trout fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling expeditions. Canoeing is especially popular; canoes, supplies and guides are available in the community.
In spring the rare Kirtland's warbler nests in a restricted area east of Grayling. This tiny, elusive songbird winters in the Bahamas. Guided tours of the area are offered by the United States Fish & Wildlife Service along with the Michigan Audubon Society from mid-May through July 1.
Visitor Centers Grayling Visitors Bureau None Grayling, MI 49738. Phone:(989)348-4945 or (800)937-8837
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