About Munising Munising's harbor is protected from the brunt of Lake Superior's gales by Grand Island; the town is guarded on the landward side by a ring of sharply rising hills. A number of waterfalls cascade down the slopes within the city limits. Grand Island is a national recreation area; Munising also provides access to Hiawatha National Forest and is the eastern gateway to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
The city is the eastern terminus of a scenic section of SR 28 that skirts the shore of Lake Superior to US 41 and Marquette.
Visitor Centers Alger County Chamber of Commerce 129 E. Munising Ave. Munising, MI 49862. Phone:(906)387-2138
Things to Do Pictured Rocks Cruises
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