A Drone Flew High Above An Uninhabited Island In Michigan And Caught The Most Incredible Footage
The introduction of drone video technology has allowed curious explorers to experience some of the world’s most incredible attractions from new heights. This has been especially true here in the Great Lakes State, where drone videographers have explored everything from sand dunes to abandoned buildings, often revealing previously unseen gems or providing insight into longstanding Michigan mysteries. If you’re enchanted by drone footage, we discovered one video that will completely capture your imagination. Get ready to embark on a fascinating virtual adventure of Poverty Island, Michigan.
While Poverty Island in Lake Michigan may be off-limits, it’s awesome that there are ways to see it from above! Are there any other abandoned or intriguing areas of Michigan that you’d love to see for yourself? Have you seen any fascinating drone footage that we should consider for a future article? Let us know by filling out our nomination form here, and happy exploring!
Looking for more drone-captured beauty? Check out this unique virtual aerial tour of Michigan.
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Poverty Island, Michigan & Related Info
Does Michigan have any islands?
Michigan may not technically be a coastal state, but thanks to the abundance of lakes around the state, it’s still home to a number of islands - both private and open to visitors. Many of these even have lighthouses that can be seen from distant shores! Here are just a few of the islands around Michigan:
- Beaver Island
- Bois Blanc Island
- Drummond Island
- Grand Island
- Grosse Ile
- Harsens Island
- High Island
- Isle Royale
- Les Cheneaux Islands
- Mackinac Island
- North (and South) Manitou Island
- Round Island
- Summer Island
What are the prettiest beaches in Michigan?
With Great Lakes comes great beauty! Michigan is chock full of gorgeous waterfront and equally phenomenal beaches from which to enjoy it. From vibrant state park beaches to quiet, secluded coves, some of the prettiest beaches in Michigan include:
- Christmas Cove Beach, Northport
- Fisherman’s Island, Charlevoix
- Grand Haven City Beach, Grand Haven
- Great Sand Bay, Mohawk
- Harrisville State Park, Harrisville
- Haserot Beach, Traverse City
- Olive Shores, West Olive
- Oak Beach County Park, Austin
- Oscoda Beach Park, Oscoda
- Sand Point Beach, Munising
- Slag Beach, Fayette State Park
- Twelvemile Beach, Grand Marais
- Van’s Beach, Leland
- Windsnest Park, West Olive
What is the best time of year to visit Michigan?
There's no wrong time of year to visit the Great Lakes State. Every season offers incredible beauty and unique opportunities to recreate, make memories, and explore this vibrant slice of the country. In spring: bountiful botanical gardens, colorful, prismatic springs, and endless seas of wildflowers. In summer: ocean-like lakes, exciting local festivals, epic road trips, and dozens of state parks. In fall: vibrant foliage, stunning waterfalls, and idyllic hiking. In winter: unexpected beauty, fantastic snow sports, and picture-perfect sunsets.