Heading northeast, just past Thomsonite Beach, Highway 61 curves left, revealing picturesque Good Harbor Bay, Seagull Rock, and, in the distance, Grand Marais. Use the pull of to admire the view and take photos. A quarter mile farther is Cut Face Creek Wayside, a nice spot for a picnic, an agate search, and skipping stones.
The 35-foot fishing tug Neegee, or “friend” in Ojibwe, was completed in 1936 and used in Grand Marais through the 1950s. To learn about commercial fishing in that era, take the self-guided tour of the boat and fish house.