Chapel Road is flooding in a few places. For the 3.5 miles northwest of H58 the road is only passable with a four-wheel drive, high clearance vehicle. All other vehicles are sure to be stuck. With the wintery forecast, conditions will deteriorate.
Hunters welcome at Pictured Rocks NL
Contact: Tim Colyer, 906-387-2607, ext. 203
(Munising, Mich) Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore provides the following information to help deer hunters who will be visiting the National Lakeshore. Hunters are welcome and the National Park Service seeks the cooperation of all our visitors in protecting and sharing the resources of the park during the hunt. Hunters are reminded that the Lakeshore’s trails and backcountry campsites continue to be used by other visitors. In the interest of safety, all visitors are encouraged to wear fluorescent orange while hiking or camping in the Lakeshore during hunting season.
For further information about hunting in the National Lakeshore, contact park headquarters at 906-387-2607 or the Lakeshore Visitor Center at 906-387-3700.
Did You Know?
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is home to two arctic disjuncts, plants whose normal range is far to the north. Arctic crowberry and thimbleberry thrive because of the cool and moist microclimates caused by Lake Superior. More...