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A road sign bearing a diamond enclosing a block M and the number 149
Maintained by MDOT
Length: 10.32 mi[1] (16.61 km)
Formed: 1930[1]
South end: US 2 in Thompson
North end: Palms Book State Park
Counties: Schoolcraft
Michigan highways
< M-147 M-150 >

M-149 is a 10.32-mile (16.61 km) north–south state trunkline highway in the Upper Peninsula of the US state of Michigan. It connects Palms Book State Park with the Indian Lake State Park and US Highway 2 (US 2) in Thompson.


Route description

M-149 is a rural two-lane highway through wooded terrain.


The Michigan State Highway Department (forerunner of today's MDOT) designated M-149 on December 2, 1930. The designation was set up to provide access from US 2 northerly to Palms Book State Park. A second highway, the first designation of M-125, was formed on August 31, 1931 to connect US 2 southerly with the Thompson State Fish Hatchery. When US 2 was rerouted in the Manistique area in 1935 and 1936, US 2 was moved south of the southern terminus of M-125. M-125 was extended south to connect to the new US 2 routing on August 30, 1937. M-149 was later rerouted to connect with M-125 and replace it. No other changes to the routing of M-149 would be made.[1]

Major intersections

County Location Mile[1] Roads intersected Notes
Schoolcraft Thompson Township 0.00 US 2Manistique, Escanaba  
10.32 Palms Book State Park entrance  


  1. ^ a b c d Bessert, Christopher J. (April 23, 2006). "Michigan Highways: Highways 140 through 159". Michigan Highways. Retrieved August 31, 2006.  

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