A Frozen Waterfall You Must Experience

Memorial Falls isn’t an impressive waterfall, especially compared to the nearby Munising Falls, but the winter gives it the chance to shine. This year in our annual mid-winter trip to Munsing, we had the opportunity to visit Memorial Falls and it’s twin falls once again. It was especially neat, at least for me, because our trip happened to co-inside with the Michigan Ice Festival where climbers from all over attempt to scale these massive ice formations.

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Kingston Lake State Forest Campground

Kingston Lake State Forest Campground is one of the many campgrounds in the area of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Although the campground is not the most scenic in the area, it still offers quite a lot of beauty and many things to do. There are 16 rustic campsites that are fairly isolated, depending on which one you’re at. The sites are first come, first serve and some can accommodate up to a 40 foot camper. The campground has vault toilets and a hand pump for water. Dogs are welcomed, which was great because we brought out seven month old beagle, Brisco, on his first camping trip.

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