Department of Transportation.
Along the shores of Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay is a segment of road set aside for the enjoyment of touring visitors. The Whitefish Bay National Forest Scenic Byway is a "Highway to the Past" that passes vast expanses of clear water and miles of secluded, sandy beaches. Many interesting historic and cultural features along this route are waiting for you to explore.
Navigating the Byway:
Whitefish Bay Scenic Byway begins 15 miles west of Sault Saint Marie on H42 (also known as Forest Road 3150 and the Curly Lewis Highway). To drive the byway, follow the shore of Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay for 20 miles on H42 to its junction with Highway 123, 11 miles south of Paradise.