Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Quarter
Established in 1966 as our first national lakeshore, Michigan’s Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is a narrow strip of a park that hugs the Lake Superior coast for more than 40 miles. The shoreline consists of 200-foot-high colorful sandstone cliffs, numerous beaches, and 300-foot-tall sand dunes. The shoreline is bordered by forests with numerous waterfalls, streams, and lakes. Wildlife includes black bears, deer, and porcupine, with bald eagles and peregrine falcons dotting the skies.