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6-26-14 – Munising, MI
A 127 mile drive in the cold cloudy morning brought us to Munising, MI. We set up our camp at the Tourist Park Campground and made reservations for a 4:00 to 6:00 PM glass bottom boat Shipwreck Tour on Lake Superior. We saw 3 of the 350 ships wrecked in recorded history. The cold, ...
... that was actually fuzzy it had so many mosquitoes clinging to her!!! I daresay I believe the story to be not far from true from our experience.
Lower Tahquamenon Falls was none too impressive but a nice park with two campsites and, as it turned out, lots of mosquitoes again. Upper Falls next and they were quite lovely - 94 steps down and then back up, of course, took us to the Brink's View. A display at the park also laid to rest ...
... had a couple beautiful bridges across Lake Superior, but a very depressed area. Very boring drive as not a lot to see, so we wanted to get some kilometers behind us, so we drove 1,000 kms on Saturday, traveling till darkness fell at approx 9:45 pm when I saw a sign that said " watch for Moose next 35 miles", that did it and we started to look for a place, but all we saw were trees and lakes, as I began to image us sleeping at a rest stop! Wisconsin is a state of 10,000 ...
... accommodate large rigs or tents but there are no services at the sites so you need to be comfortable off the grid.
We hit the easily accessible tourist spots and recommend Miners Falls, Munising Falls and Sand Point. Also the Hurricane River area is very different- much rougher and worth a stop at. Unfortunately it appeared that Munising is still struggling with its economy, with many empty storefronts which is unfortunate given what ...
... hundred mud puddles later we made it to the state park. It was almost dusk and almost the most spectacular view of the rocky shore and the pink and yellow swirled sky that faded the farther out you looked. To the right the dark blue sky and moon glistened on the surface of the lake, and the left the last seconds of the sunset danced along the water with an array of pastel colors. All we could do was sit on a fallen tree and watch the sun unwind into the dark shimmery ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking