AmericInn Lodge & Suites Munising
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews AmericInn Lodge & Suites Munising Wetmore
Travel Blogs from Wetmore
We arrived this evening and checked into our really nice hotel. We then went back out to see if the visitor center was still open. It wasn't, so we went to check out a lighthouse, an old furnace at the Hiawatha National Forest, and a small town called Christmas. It was an enjoyable evening that ended with free pancakes at our hotel. ...
... a local brewpub before our tour.
The pictured rocks are sandstone cliffs that are being eroded away by the wind and waves of Lake Superior. What makes them different is the huge mineral deposits that make them “bleed” different colors. Everything from rust to bright turquoise is present. We also saw several waterfalls along the shoreline. The sandstone was really impressive. We are spoiled by ...
... The scenery is beautiful! There are tons of pine trees and every now an then you will get a view of a huge wetland or Lake Michigan.
Last night it rained all night and it is still drizzling this morning. We are going to go to Seney National Wildlife Refuge and then making our way to a campground near Porcupine Mountain State Park.
... in the dark. It had to be here! Where was it? When was the last time I had it? And then, in a split second, a series of thoughts flew through my panicked brain. “I last had it that morning when I had gone fishing.” “Could I really have left it
next to the truck as I had taken off my fishing gear?” “Twenty-five cars, at
least, would have driven in and out of the parking lot since then.” “It would be still there.” I threw ...
... St. Mary River. We had seen a couple of the Great Lakes in previous trips but this trip we saw them all. From the Soo we headed west with a couple of destinations in mind - Whitefish Point and Tahquamenon Falls. Highway 28 was a very nice driving road and not much traffic. And finally we saw a bear -- he ran across the highway, maybe 1/4 mile ahead of Harvey, if only we had been about 15 seconds earlier or there had not been a car ...