Pictured Rocks Boat Cruises, Inc.

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100 West City Park Drive
P.O. Box 355
Munising, MI 49865
Toll-free: 800-650-2379
Phone: 906-387-2379

Voted #1 Boat Cruise in Michigan! By Michigan Living AAA Magazine
An incredible journey on Lake Superior!

Pictured Rocks Cruises, Inc. is authorized by the National Park Service and the Department of the Interior, to serve the public providing no-stop tour boat services at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Discover Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, America’s first National Lakeshore and one of Mother Nature’s treasures. Cruise along Superior’s shoreline and take in brilliantly colored cliffs and sea caves, cascading falls, and pristine beaches. Lovers Leap, Indian Head, Miners Castle, and Chapel Rock are landmarks that anchor the many tour highlights.

Discover natural wonders on the waters of Lake Superior
Bring your camera and join us on a breathtaking 2 1/2- 3 hour cruise along Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. The crystal clear blue green waters of Lake Superior have created masterpieces of colors and rock formations found nowhere else in the world. For over fifty years Pictured Rocks Boat Cruises has provided thousands of visitors an unforgettable experience of seeing these incredible formations up close in comfort and safety. The 37 mile adventure passes points such as Lovers Leap, Grand Portal, Miners Castle, Indian Head and are described with legend and lore by your captain. One daily cruise will take the tour to Spray Falls, please see schedule for time. Your imagination will take flight as you enjoy the scenic wonders that surround you.

Come join us for an adventure you’ll never forget!

Our standard trip is approximately 2:40 minutes. We offer one daily trip to Spray Falls, please see above schedule for time. The Spray Falls trip is 2:55 in length to allow for the additional time to travel to the falls. There is no additional charge for the Spray Falls trip.

All vessels have enclosed heated cabins, restrooms, stabilizers and cushioned seats for you comfort and safety.

On site kennel services available free of charge.

Refund policy: You will get a 50% refund or a free future ticket, (your choice) if the tour makes it to East Channel Light House and Miner Castle but does not make the complete trip because of weather. Trips that do not make it to Miners Castle will be given a full refund.

Schedule subject to change and weather permitting.

No illegal drugs of alcohol allowed on board (zero tolerance policy per U.S. C.G.)

Cruise operates in the rain.

"Very educational - a real experience" La Porte, CO
"Fantastic! - Crew was pleasant and informative" MD
"The tour was breathtaking." TX
"Thoroughly enjoyed the tour. It was all and more than expected" Lower Michigan
"Fantastic! - The Sunset Cruise was one of the highlights of our honeymoon" Australia
"Thanks for the Sunset Cruise, it was spectacular in every way. NY

Directions: Follow signs on M28 along Lake Superior shoreline to City Pier in Munising, Michigan.

Image of "Lovers Leap," an imposing arch of rock extending from the shoreline of Lake Superior. Photo provided courtesy of

"Lovers Leap" is an imposing arch of rock that extends from the shoreline out to an outcropping located directly in Lake Superior. Lore has it that a couple displayed their love for one another by jumping off the top of this rock arch together. *Note: Do not attempt, water at the base is only a few feet deep. Photo and text provided courtesy of

Image of "Miners Castle," a major landmark of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Photo provided courtesy of

"Miners Castle" is a major landmark considered by many as the most famous formation of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. It’s comprised of several eroding caverns at the base with a steep sandstone wall leading to a crown-like structure at the top. During the spring of 2006, two turrets fell into the lake after the rock slowly eroded and forever changed the look of the majestic Miners Castle. Photo and text provided courtesy of

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