Cruise Around Grand Island
E7974 W Hwy M-28, Christmas, MI
Next to the Duck Pond Eatery and Paddlers Village
Cruise Around Grand Island on the Uncle DuckyCatamaran Boat in Christmas, Michigan. The cruise is located 3 miles west of Munising on Highway M-28 next to the Duck Pond Restaurant and Beer Garden. The Uncle Ducky Grand Island Cruise Boat is USCG inspected and certified, has radios, appropriate safety equipment, and a capacity of 35 people.
Grand Island remains a scenic wilderness protected by the Hiawatha National Forest and is located about ½ mile from the shoreline in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. View sandstone cliffs and rock formations, caves, sandy beaches, waterfalls, and wildlife. The narrated tour tells you about the Native Americans who lived there for thousands of years, the fur traders that settled the island and traded with the Ojibwa, and interesting features about this beautiful island.
Enjoy this 2.5 hour cruise around the scenic shoreline of Grand Island.
GRAND ISLAND CRUISE
Open Memorial Day Weekend through September 30th.
LUNCH and CRUISE: 12 noon
DINNER and CRUISE: 7 pm
Kids under 12: $33
A complementary entrée from the Duck Pond Eatery and Beer Garden is included in the price of your ticket. You can enjoy your food before or after your cruise or take your meal on the cruise boat. (Sorry, appetizers and alcoholic beverages are not included in the complimentary meal.)
For information and reservations
Call 906-387-1695 . . . E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or stop at the new wood building west of the Duck Pond to purchase your ticket.
Private charters with catering also available. Please call us at 906-228-5447 to request a quote
Duck Pond Eatery and Beer Garden
Modern Camping at Paddlers Village
Kayak Tours of the Pictured Rocks
Upper Peninsula Traveler Home Page
Scenic Photos: Grand Island Cruise
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