I've been going to Michigan for 51 years, and until this past July 5th, have NEVER been on the Pictured Rocks Boat Cruise to see the shoreline. I've told people over and over who have asked that it's a great tour, but I always said "I've heard it's beautiful"! Well, it truly is...stunning might be
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Sightseeing opportunities, day trips, you name it!
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If not, this would make a great day trip while in the U.P. Check out these links to see what the State Park has to offer! https://www.mynorth.com/2018/06/10-things-to-do-at-tahquamenon-falls-state-park/ https://www.michigan.org/property/tahquamenon-falls-state-park http://www.newberrytourism.com/
Have you been to see the Big Spring? Located in Palms Book State Park (about 15 miles or so from the Resort) is Kitch-iti-kipi, Michigan's largest spring and named "Mirror of Heaven" by early Indians. Big Spring is emerald green in color, 200 feet across and 40 feet deep, maintaining a constant 45
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, the beautiful shoreline in the picture? That's a must while you're here! Munising, Michigan, about 28.5 miles from the resort and a 39 minute drive, has more natural beauty than you can imagine. From waterfalls to shipwreck tours to shoreline cruises to beaches
I've mentioned it before, I know, but it needs to be reiterated. You HAVE to visit some waterfalls while you're up at the Resort! Many of these are within miles of us. You can pick a few or a lot to see in one day, and they definitely won't disappoint! Here's a link/map to give you an idea how c
The weather has been fantastic, just warm enough but not too warm. The bugs haven't been bad at all (keep your fingers crossed!). Temps have been in the high 70's and low 80's. On my trip into town today, I saw a deer, a pair of sandhill cranes, a turkey, and a black bear. If I would have had my
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