Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Multicolored sandstone cliffs tower 200 feet above the clear, bone-chilling waters of Lake Superior at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, one of Michigan's most spectacular hidden gems. Glide silently under isolated stone arches in a kayak, or take in the wild beauty of the shoreline from a tour boat. When the waves rise on the notoriously unpredictable lake, explore the area on 111 miles of trails, or check out one of the six large inland lakes. Getting to this remote northern shore of Michigan takes time—Detroit sits 400 miles south—but your journey is rewarded by pristine forest campsites, hidden beaches, spectacular sunsets over Lake Superior, and some of the best paddling in the Great Lakes. Come in the fall to see the clifftop trees blaze with red and orange leaves, and return in winter to walk through fairy-tale ice caves that sparkle in the sunlight.

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Things To Do Near Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is located in a remote part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy the rugged Lake Superior landscape. Boating is the best way to experience the park; you'll find rentals and tours in the small town of Munising. Hiking, biking, fishing, and camping opportunities abound, providing endless ways to explore the forests and discover untouched rock beaches.

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How To Get To Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan near the small town of Munising. To get there from Lower Michigan, take I-75 north to St. Ignace and head west on U.S. 2. Turn north on MI-77 at Blaney Park and head west on MI-28 at Seney. From the eastern part of the Upper Peninsula, take U.S. 41 to Marquette and turn east on MI-28.

Address

1505 Sand Point Road, Munising, MI 49862

Fee: Entry fee $0

The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is a haven of untouched natural beauty. Whether you explore the legendary lakeshore from the water or on one of the park's hiking trails, you'll be rewarded with stunning views and friendly people. Since the lake-effect weather can be unpredictable any time of year, an RV is the perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors and get a great night's sleep in any conditions.