Hillman Michigan offers a unique blend of big city amenities and a quiet, rural setting. Located along the Thunder Bay River, Hillman provides many opportunities for active sporting. Many lakes are nearby, including Fletcher Pond with 14 square miles of fishing water. The Huron National Forest is home to deer, grouse, partridge, turkey, bear and the only major elk herd east of the Mississippi. A network of trails is ready for snowmobiles and ATVs.
Nearby resorts include the Thunder Bay Resort, with golfing, lodging, dining, and horse-drawn elk tours. Jack's Landing, Fletchers Landing, and Killion's Landing are both located on the Fletcher Floodwater. And Sorensen's resort provides camping and cabins on Grass Lake.
In Hillman you will find many of the benefits of a larger city, including shopping, dining, a medical clinic, pharmacy, elder care, a sports shop, and a library. Business owners benefit from village water and other services, as well as a small airport in Hillman and a regional airport nearby in Alpena.
The Brush Creek Mill provides historical education and cultural events for area residents and visitors. The reproduction of a 19th century grist mill is located on the river, next the Hillman's iconic bridge. Many events are held there throughout the year.
The town provides everything needed for daily life while keeping a small, rural feel.
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