Michigan's Upper Peninsula Travel Planner 2012 : Page 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS On THE COVER PHOTO: AARON PETERSON Choose Your Path On the Cover Upper Peninsula Road Map Choose Your Favorite Seasons Choose Your Passion for Fun & Adventure Counties/Lighthouses/Waterfalls/Golﬁ ng Favorite Attractions Community Directory/Lodging/Dining/Shopping Biking Trails ATV & Snowmobile Trails 2 3 4-5 6-7 8-11 12-41 42-57 58-88 89 90 91-92 PICTURED ROCKS Pictured Rocks is nature’s art gallery. It stretches for more than 40 miles along Lake Superior’s coastline and covers 114 square miles between Grand Marais and Munising. The focal point is the amazing multi-colored sandstone cliffs rising hundreds of feet out of Lake Superior’s blue-green waters. But also awaiting you are pristine beaches, towering sand dunes, waterfalls and lighthouses. There are inland lakes and hardwood forests. Come hike more than 100 miles of trails. Explore shipwrecks offshore in a glass-bottom boat or with your scuba gear. Climb walls of ice in the winter. A choice of backcountry and drive-in campsites give campers a spectacular view of the night sky. There is no charge to explore this national shoreline. So come often, every season. Skiing: Cross-Country/Downhill Parks & Campgrounds: State/National/Local/Private 93-98 Convention & Visitor Bureaus/Travel Associations 99 AT PICTURED ROCKS NATIONAL LAKESHORE the Beautiful If you hold an America Pass, Senior or Access discount 50% a you will receive Rocks National on your Pictured campground fees. Lakeshore drive-in about For more information ov .nps.g www the passes, visit: 50% DISCOUNT Upper Peninsula Travel & Recreation Association Established 1911 P.O. Box 400, Iron Mountain, MI 49801-0400 800/562-7134 906/774-5480 FAX 906/774-5190 www.UPtravel.com Visit www.UPtravel.com for current calendar of events, weather, fall color and snowmobile and ski conditions. Copyright © 2012 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission.
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