Harbor Springs to Cross Village: Tunnel of Trees Professional Review and Guide
"One of Michigan’s most spectacular drives, Michigan Highway 119 leaves the exclusive resort town of Harbor Springs, whisks you through an area once largely inhabited by the Odawa, or Ottawa Indians, and ventures north 20 miles to the town of Cross Village. This narrow road becomes engulfed in the overstory of a mixed forest, dominated by mature broadleaf and pine trees.
Known as the “tunnel of trees,” the scenic beauty of this drive is splendid in the spring or summer, but offers special majesty during peak autumn color. Special attractions: The biggest attraction is the canopy of trees that surrounds you as you drive along the shore of Lake Michigan. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."