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Explore Munising has multiple services for visitors to the Upper Michigan shores of Lake Superior. The Explore Munising website – www.ExploreMunising.com highlights area natural features and fun events. The site also gives viewers a live peek at what is happening in the community through their 3 strategically placed web cams at: Munising Bay – see dockside […]

Pictured Rocks Winter Road Closures

If you’re looking to visit and enjoy Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore during the winter months, here’s a helpful map. Shown are roads closed to standard vehicles but open to snowmobiles. Download a PDF of the map here NPS image

Munising Visitor Center Named “Best of the Lake”

The Munising Visitor Center has been selected as “Best Visitor Info Center” by the readers of Lake Superior Magazine, as announced in the magazine’s August/September 2017 “Best of the Lake 2017” issue, and on the magazine’s website, www.LakeSuperior.com.  The annual awards were launched by the magazine in 1993 to bring deserved recognition to establishments and […]

US Forest Service Urges Caution Due to Fire Risk

Release Date: May 20, 2016 Gladstone, MI – As we move into the weekend, fire danger remains very high throughout the Upper Peninsula, and is extreme in some locations. Fire officials at the U.S. Forest Service urge residents and visitors to be cautious with the use of fire while enjoying the outdoors in Michigan’s Upper […]

New Munising Web Cams Added

We’re happy to announce we’ve added two new web cams to our website courtesy of Jamadots. The cameras are located in beautiful downtown Munising on Superior Street. They look to the southeast and the southwest so you can get great views of what’s happening in our area. Visit our web cams page and then follow […]

Fall’s Festival of Color has Arrived!

Many of you have asked, “When is the best time to plan my trip to the Upper Peninsula to see peak fall color.” At the Munising Visitor Center, we are asked this question often and the answer is always the same, “That all depends.” The Upper Peninsula’s northern hardwood forests have a variety of tree […]