PDB Adventures - Toon Town (Slideshow)

Welcome to Alanson

Published in the July 2013 Issue Published online: Jul 19, 2013 Feature Dan Armitage
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 "I'd say that 80 percent of the boats I've locked through this season are pontoons," offered the lock tender. "This has to be the `tooning capital of the Midwest."

"This" being Alanson, Mich., along the Crooked River segment of the Inland Water Route-also known as the Inland Waterway-that cuts across the tip of the mitt-shaped lower part of the state from Lake Huron west to Crooked Lake. 

Take a trip to Toon Town on page 24 of the August 2013 issue of Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine!

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