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Travel Blogs from Grand Marais
... roar of the river which makes for nice background music when sleeping.
Twelve Mile Beach Campground is quite nice but very different from Hurricane River. While one is set back in the woods with isolated campsites the other sits on a bluff above the lake and limited privacy to neighboring sites. Access to the beach at Twelve Mile is good and you can walk for miles without seeing anyone. Its also a great place to look for rocks. ...
Arrived at the town's campground late afternoon, and decided to take the sunset cruise to see the Pictured Rocks, rather than risk the forecast 3-5 ft swells the next day. It rained fiercely just after the cruise boat left the dock, but then cleared up to beautiful brilliant late-day golden sunshine for the rest of the ...
We had a beautiful drive from Northern Wisconsin to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We crossed another time zone and finally got to the Eastern Time Zone, which we will stay in for several weeks. We stopped for lunch at a roadside park and talked to two ladies from Winnipeg about the restrictions coming into Canada. They cross the border frequently, so had lots of good advice about fruits, vegetables, alcohol, and tobacco, which are the ...
We always stop in Marquette, Mi to go to the Huron Bakery...they have so many great goodies...hard to choose just one! We then made a stop at the Info Booth...Always interesting to stop at an information centre and this time since we were in Marquette, Michigan where they gave us such a great welcome and run down on what to see that we just had to take the scenic route. We usually take Hwy 28 all the way through to I75 and on into ...
Had a great day 'sightseeing' around Munising. Waterfalls are beautiful in this area. Took a cruise to view the 'Picture Rocks' from the water. It was sunny when we left, but a little foggy right by the rocks. We're hunkered down in Marquette at the Tourist Park Campground for one night then plan on heading up the Keweenaw Peninsular.
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed