Pictured Rock National Lakeshore
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is on the shore of Lake Superior in Upper Peninsula, MI.
Munising, on the western end of the lakeshore, is accessed by M-28 and Grand Marais, on the eastern end, is reached by M-77. Paved highways penetrate into the Lakeshore from both ends, connected by County Road H-58. Roads come close to the shoreline only near Miners Castle, 12 Mile Beach, and the Grand Sable Dunes. The rest of the shoreline is seen from land only by hiking. A 42-mile (67-km) section of the North Country Trail spans the lakeshore. A permit is needed for backcountry camping, which is allowed along many miles of the National Lakeshore, but not dispersed camping.
Note: Not all sections of each trail are approved for every activity listed for the trail as a whole. Please click on individual trail sections to see approved activities for that section.
|SURFACE:||57% Unspecfied42% Dirt/Natural|
|ORGANIZATION:||DNR - Parks & Recreation Division|
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