Kayaking

Kayaking Au Train River

The Au Train River offers 10 miles of excellent canoeing or kayaking through the Hiawatha National Forest. If you are going to fish, you will need a Michigan fishing license. Enjoy this quiet relaxing trip for the entire family without rapids or portages along the river. The following outfitters offer canoe and kayak rentals for …

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Kayaking Pictured Rocks

Pictured Rocks Enormous sandstone cliffs, majestic beaches with pink sand, deep forests, sand dunes, and waterfalls make up the 42-mile-long national lakeshore of Pictured Rocks. In the summer, guided kayak tours are offered every day. Lake Superior can be as dangerous as it is beautiful. There is no shoreline along the rocks and some kayakers …

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Guided Kayak Tours

Sea Kayaking has gained popularity in the Munising Area over the past several years. Whether you’re an experienced kayaker or new to the sport, the Munising area offers many paddling opportunities. Miles of colorful sandstone cliffs 50-200 feet high rise from Lake Superior’s rugged shoreline and long stretches of white sand beach invite kayakers to …

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