Four Fun-Filled Vacation Seasons

 

It doesn't take much to fall in love visiting Munising Michigan during your favorite season- whether its spring, summer, fall or winter there's always a compelling desire to re-visit and experience a transformation to another episode of beauty in abundance.

 

 

 

 

Spring


...signals the beginning of Mother Nature's new year. The Forest trades its snowy mantel for bustling buds, while wildlife prepare to welcome their new young and whitewater canoeing and waterfall viewing is at its best. Anglers take to the more than 200 inland lakes and over a 1,000 miles of streams which have come alive with steelhead, walleye, northern pike, brook, rainbow and brown trout along with splake and lake trout- not to mention smallmouth and largemouth bass. Warm clothes and rain gear are musts for this blossoming season.

 

Make your next vacation destination Munising, Michigan and make memories to cherish for the whole entire family. There's always something for everyone while visiting in Munising, Michigan.

 

Summer


...signals the beginning of Mother Nature's new year. The Forest trades its snowy mantel for bustling buds, while wildlife prepare to welcome their new young and whitewater canoeing and waterfall viewing is at its best. Anglers take to the more than 200 inland lakes and over a 1,000 miles of streams which have come alive with steelhead, walleye, northern pike, brook, rainbow and brown trout along with splake and lake trout- not to mention smallmouth and largemouth bass. Warm clothes and rain gear are musts for this blossoming season.

 

Fall


...is a burst of colors- brilliant red, orange and gold leaves and crisp blue skies. White-tailed deer, bear, ruffed grouse, woodcock, ducks, geese and snowshoe hare are among the game species.

 

And fishing enthusiasts are in for a special treat, as lake Superior steelhead, brown trout and salmon travel the Forest's streams on their annual spawning runs.

 

Winter


...is crisp and cold, but it is no time to stay indoors. There are facilities for downhill skiing, many miles of groomed snowmobile and cross country ski trails, lots of chances to try your hand or feet, at snowshoeing and backcountry skiing, as well as ice fishing and winter camping. Warm clothing is vital if you want to enjoy Michigan's Upper Peninsula winter, because the temperature if often in the teens and lower and the snowfall averages 200 inches annually.

 

Why Munising, Michigan In Winter?