Discover Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, America’s first National Lakeshore and one of Mother Nature’s treasures. Cruise along Superior’s shoreline and take in brilliantly colored cliffs and seas caves, cascading falls, and pristine beaches. Lovers Leap, Indian Head, Miners Castle, and Chapel Rock are landmarks that anchor the many tour highlights.
|Immerse yourself in the history of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Explore Huron’s hidden shipwrecks from Lady Michigan’s glass-bottom viewing deck. Preserved shipwrecks, scenic shorelines, and majestic lighthouses highlight this unique Lake Huron tour.
|Cruise the waters of the St. Clair River into mighty Lake Huron. Pass under the Blue Water Bridge and take in Michigan’s oldest working lighthouse, the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, standing proud along Lake Huron’s shoreline. Get a unique, up-close view of passing freighters!
Port Huron, MI
|Experience panoramic views of the Mackinac Bridge, majestic Mackinac Island, and some of Lake Huron’s oldest lighthouses. Star Line’s Hydro-Jet Ferries produce distinctive 35′ rooster tail spray and offer an unforgettable ferry ride to Mackinac Island.
Mackinaw City & St. Ignace, MI
GLASS BOTTOM BOAT TOUR
We boast four seasons of beauty here! Picture by IG user: @tadpaavola
Happy First Day of Spring! Okay, so it's not completely warmed up yet but it won't be long before we are out on the water cruising!
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Thanks to IG user @jorbuz for sharing the picture!
A throwback to some of nature's majestic work last winter! Thanks for sharing it with us IG user @goldheartkarl
A throwback to the colors of summer... Book your cruise with us now so you don't miss out this summer! bit.ly/1pzvr5t
Thanks to IG user: @bete.esprit for the picture!
A look inside one of the ice caves courtesy of IG user: @jessicaleanne26.
A little slice of winter in Wisconsin. Thanks to Instagram user @ddeserano for the pic!
#TBT to warm summer nights! Thanks to Instagram user @tk_photography224 for the picture!
Looking forward to warmer summer days and views like this, photo by laura.tidwell.travels on Instagram.
The Apostle Islands from above.
[Photo: Hilary OQ Nelson]
Thinking of warm summer days today ☀️ bit.ly/2hFY8K4
[Photo: Kristin Addis]
Interested in attending the Travel and Adventure Show in Chicago?
We're giving away free entrance tickets to the first 10 people that email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Apostle Island Cruises will be there January 21-22 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center.
Come see us at booth 818 - we're raffling off FREE cruise tickets for Apostle Islands AND Pictured Rocks Cruises for the 2017 season!
The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore made the list!
"This park is home to renowned ice caves along the shores of Lake Superior. Truck-sized icicles and chunks of ice cling to the side of the orange rock caverns, creating a photo opportunity straight off the cover of National Geographic."
What's your favorite season to visit the Apostle Islands? bit.ly/2hFY8K4
Ice cave exploration, captured by Brittany Leigh. bit.ly/2hFY8K4
A family shares their adventure of backpacking on Stockton Island in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore:
Apostle Islands sea caves take on an entirely new look in the winter months.
[Photo: Paul Johnson]
A snowy Apostle Islands, captured by Jeff Rennicke. bit.ly/2hFY8K4
It's not too late to buy a gift certificate for the holidays:
Looking for the perfect Christmas gift? Gift certificates for 2017 are now available to purchase!
We have the perfect gift for your adventure buddy!
Walking in a winter wonderland ❄️ bit.ly/2hFY8K4
Gift certificates for the 2017 season are now available for purchase!
Soon, snow and ice will transform the Apostle Islands and its sea caves.
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