• Indianhead Point stands tall along the Pictured Rocks. Photo copyright Craig Blacklock

    Pictured Rocks

    National Lakeshore Michigan

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Public Involvement

This public meeting sought to obtain comments from the public regarding the lakeshore's draft General Management Plan.

Public meeting in Munising

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Planning, Environment and Public Comment (PEPC)

The National Park Service prepares a variety of planning and environmental documents to help guide it in managing park resources. These documents can range from site-specific impact analyses on facility locations to broader park-wide plans for future use and management of a park.

The Planning, Environment and Public Comment website contains all of the currently active plans and environmental documents for the National Park Service.

Direct access to documents concerning Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/piro


 
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Please share your ideas on how the Lakeshore can best be managed so as to be preserved unimpaired for future generations.

Superintendent
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
N8391 Sand Point Road
P.O. Box 40
Munising, MI 49862-0040

By Phone

Park Headquarters (year round) 906-387-2607
Interagency Visitor Center (year round) 906-387-3700

By Fax
Park Headquarters 906-387-4025

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Did You Know?

The flowers of submerged buttercups rise above the surface of the water and can be quite showy, even when small.

Several species of plants in the Buttercup Family are aquatic, growing underwater in lakes and ponds. A few are even amphibious, meaning that a single plant lives partly on sand along a shoreline and partly submerged. Such plants have runners, like a strawberry plant, and grow roots along the runners. The submerged leaves appear quite different from the ones growing in air.