Welcome to our Munising Michigan Attractions - your choice for great Upper Michigan Attractions and Fun. Our Munising attractions includes a multitude of great places to see and experience. Come and experience the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Historical Lighthouses, Seventeen Munising Area Waterfalls, and Grand Island.
|These cliffs of limestone exist today because of the lime/sand stone named the Munising Formation. Because of this formation, there are also many waterfalls throughout the Alger County area and beyond.|
|Visitors to the Munising area can enjoy over 73,000 acres of Lake Superior shoreline along with our great surrounding National Park. The park also offers over 100 miles of trails to hike and explore. Pets are permitted only on specific trails - please check with the park service for more information. Click here for Day Hike information.|
The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore are unlike any other place on earth. These pristine cliffs stretch for 15 miles along Lake Superior, from Sand Point to just beyond Spray Falls where the land changes to white sands and twelve miles of beach. Visitors will also enjoy the many rock formations, Natural archways, waterfalls, and sand dunes within the park. One of the most recognizable formations within the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is Miner's Castle (photo on right). In April 2006, on of the turret collapse due to erosion.
|Pictured Rocks Cruises|
Our area offers many ways to experience this top Upper Michigan attraction. The Munising Michigan Pictured Rocks Cruises invites you to come & explore the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore from the comfort of our tour boats. The views are breathtaking, up close and wonderful. Sandstone cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, & waterfalls along the Lake Superior Shoreline will delight viewers of all ages.
Your journey begins in Munising located in the beautiful Upper Michigan! The Pictured Rocks Cruises, Inc. were honored with receiving "Michigan's Best Treasure Awards" in 2002!
|Munising Michigan - Shipwreck Tour|
Glass Bottom Boat Tour & Lake Superior Wreck Dives
Located on picturesque Munising Bay in Munising, Michigan Shipwreck Tours offers modern travelers a chance to see the proud boats which sailed the Great Lakes before the turn of the century. Come Aboard! Discover the shipwrecks of the Alger Underwater Preserve through the clear waters of Lake Superior and view the rock formations of Grand Island.
History comes alive as you hear about these turn of the century wrecks. This is the only place in the United States that you can see real shipwrecks aboard a Glass Bottom Boat.
Munising MI has a new tour called Riptide Ride, offering amazing views and ultimate fun. Experience the excitement of riding on a Navy Seal vessel! Feel the breeze and hear the waves. The Riptide Ride combines the ultimate package of fun and beautiful scenery.
Depending on how much time you would like to spend on the water, Riptide Ride offers two trips: Rip Around The Bay, is a 30 minute ride and the Grand Island 360 is 1½ hours long.
Munising MI Area Waterfalls
Munising Area Waterfall Locations:
|Bridalveil Falls: located about a half-mile northeast of Miners Beach|
Mosquito Falls: located 15 miles east of Munising on CR H-58, then 5 miles north to the parking area.
Chapel Falls: 15 miles east of Munising on CR H-58, the 5 miles north till you get to the end of Chapel Road. There is a longer hike of 1.5 miles to walk to viewing area.
Sable Falls: one mile west of Grand Marais CR H-58
Spray Falls: 1.75 miles northeast of Chapel Beach
AuTrain Falls: north of M94 east of Chatam and south west of Munising.
Tannery Falls: head East on H-58 / Munising Ave, aprox 1.25 miles and follow the signs.
Horseshoe Falls: located in the Southeast portion of Munising Michigan. It is a privately run tourist attraction with a small admission fee for visitors.
Memorial Falls: located on H-58. Just head East on Munising Ave, turn right on Nestor and follow the signs.
Grand Island Bus Tours are a great way to see the Island without pedalling or walking. Frequent stops let the guest stretch their legs and walk to nearby spots of historic importance. Here our guide is introducing the Island and talking about some of the history we will discover later in the trip. With two lakes, many historical buildings, artesian springs, trails, a cemetery, the largest social lake in the U.S., cliffs over 300' above Lake Superior, camping, hiking, biking, exploring - you are visiting an Island of Adventure! You'll have to take the tour to learn about the stories, novels, Native American tales, the mysteries, and more!
Hiawatha National Forest
The Seney National Wildlife Refuge
The Dog Patch Restaurant
Michigan Lighthouse Tours
Wandering Wheels Campground
Holiday Inn Express
North Shore Lodge
Shelter Bay Charter Fishing
Munising Visitor's Bureau