The Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island location is in Munising, Michigan
49862. This page provides detailed contact information for this campground location including the campground phone number, office hours, reservation information and driving directions.
If you have any questions about the Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island facility, or if you need to reserve a campsite, then call the campground listed below.
400 E. Munising Ave
Campground information Munising, Michigan
Grand Island is located in Lake Superior, about one half mile from the mainland community of Munising, Michigan. Munising is about 43 miles from Marquette and 55 miles from Manistique.
Swimming – The lake bottom is sandy, sandy with small rocks, or solid rock depending on what site you choose. Lake Superior can be cold with average high temperatures reaching only the high 60s (degrees Fahrenheit). Be cautious when swimming because this area has not been checked for possible hazards. Please remember, you swim at your own risk.
Hiking and Biking – Over 30 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails provide wonderful opportunities for day-trips and give access via unsurfaced trails to some of the Island’s most spectacular scenery.
Fishing and Hunting – Lake Superior has Coho salmon, lake trout, perch, pike, walleye and rock bass. Game species on the island include deer, bear, rabbit, grouse and ducks. A Michigan fishing, hunting and/or trapping license is required. (See the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Fishing Guide for license information and special regulations for Echo and Duck Lakes.)
Boat Access – There are a number of sand beaches where a boat could pull right up to shore. Murray Bay, Trout Bay and North Light Creek areas have the largest sand beaches with little to no rock obstructions. There are several areas around the perimeter of the island where kayakers can gain access. Be aware that there are very few locations on the northwest and northeast sides that are not cliff. There is no boat launch or public dock facility on Grand Island. Personal watercraft (SeaDoo/Jet Ski) are not allowed on the shores of Grand Island. The dock at Williams Landing can be used for loading and unloading only. Boats may not park at the dock.
Drinking water is available at Williams Landing, Juniper Flats, Farrell Cottage and Murray Bay Day Use Area. If traveling elsewhere on the island, bring water with you or filter/boil/treat surface water. Keep soaps and detergents out of lakes and streams. Wash dishes and clothes in a pot and dispose of the waste water in a hole at least 100 feet from the nearest water supply. Bathe in a similar manner.
Preservation Point: This campsite is located on the north western tip of Grand Island, approximately 1 mile west of North Beach. The site is approximately 9 miles from William’s Landing (ferry service arrival point, and visitor information center). The nearest potable water is approximately 6 miles south of this campsite at Juniper Flats Group Campsite. Plan ahead, and bring drinking water when staying at this site. Water can be filtered from Lake Superior which is accessed at North Beach, approximately 1 mile east of this campsite. This site can accommodate up to 6 people in two tents. A primitive latrine, food storage pole, fire ring, and benches are provided in/near the campsite. Preservation Point can be accessed via the island’s trail system. This campsite is not accessible by kayakers.
Grand Island, a Congressionally designated National Recreation Area (NRA), boasts massive 300-foot wave-cut sandstone cliffs; 13,500 acres of lush forest; beaches of fine sand; winter ice caves; and historic buildings and artifacts dating back as far as 2,000 BC, to name just a few of its highlights! The island’s scenic natural beauty and interesting history make it an attractive place for camping and other outdoor activities.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Hiawatha National Forest, and the City of Munising. Well known attractions include the Pictured Rocks Cruises, and Riptide Rides. The Munising Area provides a variety of restaurants, hotels, camping opportunities and outfitters. Local outfitters provide guided and self-guided kayak, canoe, pontoon and mountain bike rentals.
Frequently Asked Questions About 400 E. Munising Ave Munising, MI
How do I make a reservation with Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island?
To make reservations at Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island, you can call the office at 906-387-2512.
Where is Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island located?
The Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island is located at 400 E. Munising Ave in Munising,
. This is the location you will need to go to for camping and information.
Does Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island have tent or RV camping?
Preservation Point Campsite On Grand Island offers both tent and RV camping, but to confirm you will need to call the office at 906-387-2512 to make sure things haven’t changed.