Grand Island Ice Caves
Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Enjoy this Photo Tour of the
Ice Caves and Ice Cliffs on Grand Island in Lake Superior

There are incredible ice caves and ice formations on Grand Island,
1/2 mile from Munising, MI in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Grand Island Ice Caves

Grand Island, located in Lake Superior 1/2 mile from Munising, MI, is part of the Hiawatha National Forest and known for its colorful 200 foot sandstone cliffs, sea caves, and is home to the Grand Island East Channel Lighthouse and Old North, the Grand Island North Lighthouse.

West side of Grand Island
Water seeps down from the top of the Sandstone

DANGER! Lake Superior is not always frozen. Please use caution before you venture out on the ice.

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Photos by Greg

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