GEO 333: Geography of Michigan and the Great Lakes Region

Interactive & Printable Maps 

Part III.  Physiographic Regions and Unique Places of Michigan 

Lower Peninsula
Physiographic Regions
Upper Peninsula
Physiographic Regions
Physiographic Regions
that span both peninsulas
Interlobate moraines   
       SW Michigan interlobate moraine
       Irish Hills
       SE Michigan interlobate moraine
The "High Plains"
       Grayling Fingers
       Wolverine kames
       Glacial kames of northern lower Michigan
Loamy till plains of SC Michigan
Deltas, modern and ancient
       Au Sable delta
       St. Clair Delta
Maple-Grand River channel
SW Michigan outwash flats
NE lower Michigan karst area
Lakes of the Grand Traverse region
Major glacial (end) moraines 
       Port Huron moraine 
The "Thumb"
The Michigan DNR's regional landscape maps for Michigan
              Lower peninsula

Beaver Island
Sleeping Bear Dunes
Au Train-Whitefish channel
Seney Swamp
Chippewa County clay plains
Major glacial (end) moraines
       Munising moraine
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
.......Chapel Rock
Keweenaw Uplands and the Copper Range
Isle Royale
Peshekee Highlands
Huron Mountains
Porcupine Mountains
Iron Ranges of the UP
       Marquette Iron Range
       Gogebic Iron Range
       Menominee Iron Range
Maxton Plains
The Michigan DNR's regional landscape maps for Michigan
              Upper peninsula

Les Cheneaux Islands
Grand Sable Dunes
Dune areas
       Coastal dune fields along Lake Michigan
       Sleeping Bear dunes
       Grand Sable dunes
Glacial lake plains
       Lake Maumee
       Lake Saginaw
       Lake Algonquin
              Islands of Lake Algonquin

Niagara escarpment
Mackinac channel
Mackinac Island: Local Geology
Spits of Lake Algonquin
South Manitou Island
Drumlin fields











Physical Geography

Historical/Human Geography

Land uses



Wonderful map of Micgigan's landform regions: here

Link to the official physiographic map of Michigan: here