Cedarville provides access to the Les Cheneaux Islands and offers that small town lure along with marinas, restaurants, shops, and plenty of recreation. The Les Cheneaux area has a rich human history starting with the Ojibwa Indians and their ancestors who settled in the area thousands of years ago. French fur traders and explorers arrived in the 1600s and the small communities of Hessel and Cedarville date back to the mid-1800s when Scandinavian, Irish and Italian immigrants first settled in the area to log and fish. Today, the area’s rich maritime history is reflected in the historic waterfront business districts, wooden Chris-Craft boats moored in the harbor and the unique rock-crib docks, boat houses and summer homes that line the shore.

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