Welcome to Drummond Island!

Welcome to Drummond Island!
 Uniquely situated at the eastern-most tip of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in Lake Huron at the mouth of the St. Mary’s River and Canada’s Georgian Bay, Drummond Island is a boater’s paradise with wide open expanses of unspoiled fresh water and little to no boating congestion.  Its’ protected waters provide a haven for water sports and its’ large size and various ecosystems provide year around adventure and interesting terrain.  With 150 miles of shoreline, the International Ice Bridge to Canada, Fall on the Island Festival, and over 200 miles of ORV, ATV, biking, and snowmobile trails, there is adventure for everyone!  Getting Here:   When arriving by water, the island offers three marinas where boaters can dock and replenish supplies. Those who choose to fly in can land at the Drummond Island Airport (call letters KDRM).  This facility has a 4000-foot paved runway and 2900-foot turf runway for propeller planes and small jets. Visitors traveling by car get to enjoy a boat ride on the Drummond Island Ferry which leaves scenic DeTour Village hourly and is a short ten minute ride.