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.

Whether you are snowmobiling, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, camping, or enjoying our beaches, Munising, Michigan is your perfect up north vacation.

Pictured Rocks Cruises, LLC is an authorized concessionaire of the National Park Service Department of the Interior. For over 50 years, our summer cruises have been guiding visitors to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, a top Michigan vacation spot. Our boat cruises are 2 1/2 to 3 hours and will travel into and alongside the most visually stunning 40 miles of shoreline on the Great Lakes! We offer 3 distinct Michigan cruises:  the Classic Cruise, the Spray Falls Cruise, and the Sunset Cruise. Each cruise departs from the Munising, Michigan City Dock. The crew will assist in ticketing, safety instructions, and other needs. Our day cruises are narrated by the captain, who will inform you of a brief history of the tour boat, local area facts, and Michigan points of interest on this national park tour. If you are looking for unique vacation ideas, choose Pictured Rocks Cruises’ scenic boat tours as your Michigan travel destination.

The Hiawatha National Forest is comprised of two main districts in the Munising area. Big Island Lake Wilderness lies about 1/2 mile NW of the community of Stueben – 22 miles NW of the city of Manistique and about 18 miles southeast of the city of Munising.

“It’s a maturing forest of nearly a million acres that was created in 1931 from abandoned farms, razed logging tracts and lands devastated by forest fires. The “land that nobody wanted”, is now a working forest that provides timber products to support local communities and is a refuge for rare plants and animals.”  Visit The Forest Service USDA website

Seney National Wildlife Refuge

Experience one of the most pristine havens in Michigan – Seney National Wildlife Refuge! The Seney National Wildlife Refuge is one of the Upper Peninsula’s major tourist attractions with over 88,000 visitors to the refuge annually. Animals abound and thrive within the 95,212 acres of wilderness, swamps, islands, and lakes. Beautiful Trumpeter Swans, osprey, deer, loons, moose, deer, turtles, geese, fish, eagles, and more will welcome your visit! The Seney National Wildlife Refuge is comprised of 95,212 acres of wilderness, swamps, islands, and lakes.