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PICTURED ROCKS CRUISES PACKAGE

BOOK YOUR VACATION TODAY!
sTARTING AT $499

Planning to visit the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore? Make your visit a memorable experience with a glamping package at the Au Train Beach Campground and Resort.

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GRAND ISLAND BOAT CRUISE

BOOK YOUR CRUISE TODAY!
Adults - $64 | Children Under 12 - $54

What a relaxing way to spend an evening. Very educational 2.5 hour cruise featuring beautiful scenery.

A complimentary meal from the Duck Pond Eatery & Beer Garden is included in the price of your ticket.

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FEED YOUR APPETITE FOR ADVENTURE

OPEN SUMMER ONLY
HOURS 11:00AM - CLOSE

7 DAYS A WEEK DURING SUMMER
(kitchen closes at 10pm)

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Pictured Rocks Named One of Michigan’s Top 10 Paddling Trips

If you’ve been to Pictured Rocks to kayak, hike, or camp, you know just how special and beautiful this National Park is.

The clear Lake Superior water and towering, colorful cliffs make paddling along the shoreline an incredible and unforgettable experience.

It’s no surprise then that the Upper Peninsula’s Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is often cited as one of the best places to plan your paddling trip.

Most recently, Michigan Overboard placed Pictured Rocks among the top of their “10 Best Michigan Paddling Trips” list.

The article states, “The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore attracts kayakers of all skill levels from all over the globe to see the multi-colored sandstone cliffs and clear, cold water.”

“From the open water of the Great Lakes to the countless inland lakes and rivers, it’s no secret that Michigan has some of the best freshwater paddling in the country. With trips ranging in difficulty, length, and seclusion, there’s a freshwater adventure waiting out there for everyone!”

You can view the full list here.

To book your Pictured Rocks paddling adventure, visit https://www.paddlingmichigan.com/trips/.

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Justin Carlson