Beautiful Rogers City
The SS Calcite I Pilot House
Located at 40 Mile Point Park, the Calcite I Pilot House has been preserved and displayed. The Calcite I was the first of the ships built and operated by the Bradley Transportation Line, hauling limestone from the Calcite Quarry to ports throughout the Great Lakes.
Lakeside Park provides great opportunities for fun in Rogers City, including boating, fantastic fishing, beach swimming, seasonal restaurant, kids playground, summertime free weekly band concert venue, and more!
Public Boat Launch
Bring your boat and enjoy great fishing launched the Rogers City Marina! The Lake House offers free off-street boat parking.
Honors the men who perished in the tragic sinking of the Bradley Transportation Lines' ships SS Carl D Bradley (1958) and SS Cedarville (1965).
Swimming at Lakeside Park
Take a dip in Lake Huron at the beach in Lakeside Park -- it borders The Lake House.
Presque Isle County Museum
The historic Bradley House serves as the museum's main building. Interesting exhibits chronicle the Rogers City experience -- past and present.
Calcite Limestone Quarry is the largest open-pit quarry in the world. Carriers (ships) come and go regularly, loading up with stone from the quarry. The deep water port at Calcite remains one of the most important on the Great Lakes. Watch the ships -- up close and personal from Harborview, off Calcite Rd, as they come and go.
Summer Concert Series
Rogers City also hosts a Summer Concert Series on Friday nights in Lakeside Park that features a variety of music. The talented Petoskey Steel Drum band (pictured above), The Equinox Celtic Band, and the Air Force Band of Flight were just a few of the bands featured in the summer 2012 series.
The Rogers Theatre
The classic and restored Art Moderne Rogers Theatre is a great place to see a film. It also hosts live theatre troupe, The Rogers City Community Theatre performances throughout the year.
Summertime Thurs Night Band Concert
Rogers City sports an excellent City Band, which performs summertime Thursday nights at the band shell in Lakeside Park.