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Pictured Rocks
Munising Michigan


This historic lighthouse stands north of Munising Bay at the southern tip of Grand Island. It was first constructed in 1868, as a guide for boats traveling in from Lake Superior to the east channel of Grand Island and safely in to Munising Bay. The East Channel Lighthouse was restored during the early 2000s and stands as a reminder of what past sailors used to find safe harbor.

Historic Lighthouse on Grand Island

Caves of All Colors

These caves are aptly named and will have you getting your camera out so the detailed colors can be later analyzed. This coloration has been occurring over centuries with the unification of ancient sandstone rock and mineral enriched waters that cascade down them.

Caves of All Colors on Pictured Rock Tours

Painted Coves

The vast sandstone walls and coves that encompass Pictured Rocks are something to marvel. These coves are ever changing works of art and were created from groundwater and springs, rich with minerals such as iron, copper and lime that leak out of cracks in the rock, then trickle down its face.

Painted Coves of Superior Lake

Minor's Castle

The first major landmark that you will see is considered by many to be the most famous formation of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Its comprised of several eroding caverns at the base with a steep sandstone wall leading to a crown-like structure at the top. During the spring of 2006, two turrets fell into the lake after the rock slowly eroded and forever changed the look of the majestic Miners Castle.

Minor's Castle on Lake Superior

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