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

    Pictured Rocks

    National Lakeshore Michigan

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Pictured Rocks Cruise - Boat Tours

Visitors aboard a Pictured Rocks Cruise with Grand Portal Point in the background.

Visitors aboard a Pictured Rocks Cruise near Grand Portal Point.

NPS photo by David Kronk

Non-stop Concessions Operated Boat Tour
Pictured Rocks Cruises, Inc., offers nonstop narrated boat tours of the spectacular sandstone cliffs within Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Each cruise is 2-1/2 to 3 hours long and travels approximately 40 miles round trip.

Pictured Rocks Cruises operates from mid-May to mid-October. Please check their website for the complete schedule.

All cruises depart from the city dock at the north end of Elm Avenue in downtown Munising.

Pictured Rocks Cruises is an authorized National Park Service concessionaire.

For more information:
Pictured Rocks Cruises, Inc.
P.O. Box 255
Munising MI 49862
800-650-2379 or 906-387-2379
http://www.picturedrocks.com

 

In July and August, a Park Ranger narrates the return trip on the 10 a.m. Pictured Rocks Boat Cruise (when NPS staffing permits).

Did You Know?

Chapel Lake is shown with fall colors, a beautifu view of the northwoods in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Chapel Lake is one of several plunge pool lakes created by post glacial rivers after the Marquette advance of the most recent ice age. Its greatest depth is 140 feet. Other plunge pool lakes include Deer Lake and Ginpole Lake in Alger County, home of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. More...