Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Drummond Island, MI

The township consists of Drummond Island, the seventh-largest lake island in the world. It is also the third-largest lake island in Lake Huron. On the east side of Drummond Island, the Canada–United States border passes through the False Detour Channel. On the other side of that channel, the Canadian Cockburn Island separates Drummond from Manitoulin Island.

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