Michigan Highway 183 is a spur south from US Route 2 to Fayette State Park, on a small peninsula sticking south out of the Upper Peninsula into Lake Michigan. The small peninsula, known as the Garden Peninsula, extends south-southwesterly from the mainland; the ridge forming that peninsula becomes Door County as you trace it farther to the south-southwest. Michigan Highway 183 is the gateway to the Garden Peninsula, beginning at US Route 2 at a junction called "Garden Corners." The western shore of the Garden Peninsula is on the Big Bay de Noc, and Michigan Highway 183 stays near that western shore for all of its length. The southern end of Michigan Highway 183 is at the entrance to Fayette State Park, which also lies along that western shoreline. Michigan Highway 183 passes through one town, the small town of Garden, and it is about 16 miles long.
My photo of Michigan Highway 183 shows the northern end marker at Garden Corners. As indicated by the signage shown, this northern terminus is at US Route 2. The sign assembly depicted indicates to northbound travelers that Michigan Highway 183 is ending, and that turning either way will put them on US Route 2. This photo was taken at the end of July 2022 on a trip to the Keweenaw, Drummond Island, and Alpena.