Grand Island Cabins are remotely located on forested Grand Island, surrounded by Lake Superior, 1/2 mile off the mainland community of Munising, Michigan. The cabins are placed in individual settings providing an excellent base for hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities.
Each cabin is 14' x 16' with an attached 8' x 14' screened in porch and offers four full size beds, bunk bed style. Maximum sleeping capacity is eight people per cabin. Picnic table and campfire ring with cooking grate are located just outside each cabin.
The cabins sit amidst a forest of old-growth trees within walking distance of Lake Superior. Grand Island's scenic natural beauty and interesting history make it an attractive place to spend your vacation. The island's miles of trails provide ample opportunity to view wildlife, picturesque sunsets, and enjoy pristine beaches.
Lake Superior is the largest body of fresh water in the world. It is the coldest, cleanest, and deepest of the five Great Lakes. The lakes’ clear water enables viewing of several shipwrecks from in a boat.
Recreation opportunities include: kayaking, biking, hiking, fishing, swimming, beachcombing, and hunting.
231 E. Superior St. Munising MI 49862
For campground inquiries, please call: 906-202-1778
Beginning in fall and throughout winter, ferry service to the island is closed. Access to the island is only by personal watercraft, or, if the lake is frozen, access via foot or snowmobile. Please call ahead to find out if there is ice or open water. Crossing Lake Superior to get to Grand Island is at your own risk. Once on Grand Island, cabins can be accessed by hiking, biking, skiing, or use of snowmobile depending on the season. Sunset Cabin is located on the West Rim Trail approximately 3.6 miles from the island ferry landing.