Your gateway to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
The Pictured Rocks is comprised of over 15 miles of shoreline along Lake Superior. Over 100 miles of scenic trails are located within the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore area. These colorful sandstone cliffs tower 50 to 200 ft above the water’s surface. Visitors can experience our forests, streams, shoreline, and wildlife by hiking or biking these many pathways throughout the park.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is Munising’s greatest attraction. You’re invited to try our Interactive Munising Map and visit our Pictured Rocks page. Whether you are snowmobiling, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, camping, or enjoying our beaches, Munising, Michigan is your perfect up north vacation.
Munising has a multitude of year-round sport activities. Experience the Pictured Rocks area “Find Your Adventure!” Kayaking, canoeing, hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, boating, ice climbing, cross-country skiing, & snow shoeing are just a few of the area’s activities to enjoy.
Grand Island is the perfect place to spend a day or even just a few hours hiking, biking, fishing, and exploring. The island’s breathtaking overlooks, pristine sandy beaches, fascinating cultural sites, deep hard woods, and inland lakes make it an exciting and secluded destination.
This is one of the easiest waterfalls to visit in Alger County. Walk the paved 1/4 mile trail to the cool, shaded sandstone canyon along Munising Creek to the falls. Two sets of stairs lead to elevated platforms enabling views of the 50-foot waterfall which drops over a sandstone cliff.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
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Every season brings new things to discover and explore. We have plenty of accommodations and great locate fare at our multiple restaurants and cafes. We have 17 beautiful waterfalls to see and hike or take a ride on a Glass Bottom Boat and view our many shipwrecks.