This occurrence is also responsible for the large amounts of waterfalls in the central part of the Upper Peninsula. It runs all the way from the Tahquamenon Falls to the Laughing Whitefish Falls.
|Located at the H-58 and M-28 junction, the Center has a wide range of valuable information for the Pictured Rocks Area:
- Weather Conditions & Forecasts
- Trail Conditions
- Informations On Waterfalls
- And Much More!
Visitors are asked to be very careful when visiting, stay clear of the cliff edges, and please stay on the trails. Water available from the park wells are safe for drinking. If you run into any problems please report them to the visitors center
These cliffs of limestone are existing today because of the lime/sand stone named the Munising Formation.
Many visitors and vacationers to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan enjoy the Pictured Rocks by Tour Boat. It is relaxing, educational, fun, and the views are breath taking!! There are also fishing charter boats that can guide your way to a great catch on Lake Superior!