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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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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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Plan Your Paddling Michigan Tour Around Concerts in the Park

Munising, Michigan’s summers are jam-packed with fun and activity. Don’t discount the joy of August in the Upper Peninsula during your vacation planning. The U.P. State Fair, the Moving Vietnam Memorial, and Pictured Rocks are all reasons to visit the UP, but don’t forget about music – especially here in Munising where the city hosts a Tuesday evening concert series for the month of August.

Every Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30, residents and visitors will find lively music and fun for the whole family. Bring a lawn chair or two if you have them, but you won’t need much else to enjoy this free series.

What’s Playing at the Bayshore Park Concert Series

Get ready to tap your toes and maybe even cut a rug with these upcoming acts.

  • August 7: Angels and Outlaws. Find out what happens when old country finds its new sounds with this five-piece modern country band hailing from Madison, Wisconsin. Discover more about this fresh take on country from the Angels and Outlaws’ website.
  • August 14: Colin Allured. Music doesn’t get much purer than when you hear it from the lips of singer/songwriters. Colin Allured is one such treasure. His music harkens back to the early days of the most famous of those singers but with unique melodies and great instrumentals. Allured is a must-see this month. Check out his songs and collaborations.
  • August 21: Iron Daisy. Make everyone in the family happy – no matter what their favorite genre is – when you take a listen to the sounds of Iron Daisy. With a mix of rock, pop, and country, their tunes will have everyone on their feet. They play across the Upper Peninsula, so if you miss them on Tuesday, you can find their next gig on Facebook.
  • August 28. Drednot. This three-person band has its roots in 90s alt rock and have been influenced by TOOL, Rush, Pearl Jam, and Alice-in-Chains. Their take isn’t what you’d expect, however, since they are mainly acoustic. These guys can show you how to rock-out without the amp. Watch these videos – and hum along to the ones you know – to see what these guys offer.

If it rains, don’t worry about missing your favorite performer. Each performance has rain dates for the following Thursday.

Enjoy Some Adventure Before Your Tunes

Music in Bayshore Park, Munising is only some of the fun you’ll find when you visit the area. For a list of other not-to-miss events, check out the city’s website. Come for the kayaking adventure of your dreams but stay for the music and city life. To schedule your Paddling Michigan excursion, check out our packages. From sunset kayaks to all-day paddle and hikes, you’ll be awed by the beauty of the Pictured Rocks National Shoreline. You can’t quite appreciate its grandeur until you’ve paddled toward these amazing natural structures.

If you need a place to stay, choose from platform tents and cabins to yurts and even apartments. There’s too much to do around these Great Lakes to spend only a day. Learn about the great waterfalls, delicious food, and exciting adventures – and how to plan it – by checking out Uncle Ducky’s inclusive website.

Peggy Weber