A sleepy village nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan. Swedish immigrants established the town in the early twentieth century, and developed a long tradition of commercial fishing. There is a Swedish Mid-summer Pole and Celebration held at the only church in town each summer. 

The small downtown area is right on U.S. 2, Top of the Lake Scenic Byway and features  a restaurant, gas station with smoked fish, jerky, and other U.P. delicacies, and a motel. Little Brevort Lake is close by along with great trail systems for snowmobiling, hiking and x-country skiing.  Beaches and plenty of public lands are also big draws. Just a few miles to the east are the popular “Sand Dunes” swimming and camping area.