Getting around is a cinch. You can walk along the downtown lakewalk, take a trolley, rent bikes of all shapes and sizes.
We chose to walk. The whole length of the lakewalk I believe is about 4 miles. We didn't do the whole stretch but I'm sure we got in at least 4 miles. It sure felt like it by the end of the day.
There are a ton of places to eat and interesting shops all around. Of course we stopped at the Harley store.
The first visit was just to take a look, the second was to buy chocolate. We had the carmel apple with the toffee chuncks, ummm ummm. They will even cut the apple for you to make for easier eating. The chocolate strawberries were wonderful too.
There is a floating Maritime museum of a retired ore carrier and Coast Guard vessel. Both are docked in the harbor.
There are also Sightseeing and dinner cruises to explore the harbor. We took the siteseeing tour aboard the Vista King.
The ariel lift bridge rises to let masive vessels enter the harbor. We were able to witness a huge ore boat leaving the canal. You can travel by foot or vehicle across the bridge when it is lowered. They sound alarms when there are ships and boats that need to enter or leave the harbor.
There is also a slip bridge that allows some of the touring vessels in and out of the harbor.