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Rogers City is in Presque Isle County (of which it is the county seat), and in the Northern Region. This community is located northwest of Alpena along Highway 68 near Swan Lake and Little Lake. Situated on the shore of Lake Huron.

The highlight of Rogers City is the marina, which is most popular in the summer, is a favorite place for sail boaters to visit. The town and surrounding area also contain many seasonal restaurants and resorts, in addition to unique gift shops, catering to the nautical theme. In along with tourism, Rogers City contains the largest limestone quarry in the world, which has resulted in the development of the worlds largest limestone processing plant, making Rogers City one of the major ports on the Great Lakes.


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