“scenic natural beauty”
Grand Island is part of the Hiawatha National Forest. It is located in Lake Superior just off the north shore of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula about one-half mile from the mainland community of Munising, Michigan. Munising is about 43 miles from Marquette and 55 miles from Manistique. Grand Island is a wild and scenic place perfect for nature enthusiasts to explore. Less than 10,000 lucky people are allowed to visit this secluded island each year. Spectacular overlooks, pristine sandy beaches, fascinating cultural sites, deep hard woods, and inland lakes make Grand Island an exciting destination.
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Grand Island National Recreation Area
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