Grand Sable Dunes temporary closure to all public entry for visitor safety
Grand Sable Dunes are rapidly eroding into Sable Creek and Lake Superior. The area from the trail to the Grand Sable Dunes north to the beach along Lake Superior to the west side of Sable Creek is temporarily closed. Follow closure signs for your safety.
Community Partners List
The following businesses and organizations are participating in the Community Partner Program, a collaborative effort between the park and neighboring communities to ensure that visitors are receiving up-to-date and accurate information about visiting the park.
The National Park Service may not endorse or recommend the service provided by any particular organization or business over that of another, and is not able to make any assurances about other services provided by these organizations.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is very grateful to these organizations for partnering with us in attempting to provide excellent service to our visitors.
Alger Chamber of Commerce - Munising
Did You Know?
Bear claw marks can be seen on the trunks of American beech trees because the bark is so smooth. Bears climb trees for safety and to eat beech nuts. The non-native beech bark disease is sweeping through Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, killing many beech trees. Trees scarred with bear claw marks will be harder to find. More...