THE LAKE SUPERIOR TRAIL ... RUGGED SHORES AND FALLING WATER...
Welcome to the shores of Lake Superior. The rugged beauty of this coast and the tenacity of its inhabitants make a trip to Lake Superior unforgettable.
Meander over wooden suspension bridges. Journey inland and discover many of our area's breathtaking waterfalls. Ride the ferry to one of our islands. Lose yourself in the majestic beauty of our shoreline.
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Grand Island National Recreation Area
Located 1/2 mile off the mainland, Grand Island is owned and managed by Hiawatha National Forest and most of the 21-square-mile island is available for exploration. Regularly scheduled ferries transport guests from Munising to Williams Landing. No cars are allowed - the best way to enjoy the island
Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
Whitefish Point separates Whitefish Bay from Lake Superior. This narrow point of windswept land juts into the lake, creating a navigation hazard for ships, but also serving as a natural gathering point for migrating birds. A light station was erected on the point in 1849 and today a shipwreck museum