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The Sand Point beach is a popular spot for walking in the evening to watch the sun go down over Munising Bay. Beach enthusiasts enjoy the long expanse of Lake Superior shore, though the water is often too cold for even the hardiest swimmers. Located about four miles northeast of Munising, at the end of Sand Point Road.

The Sand Point Marsh Trail, a half-mile disabled accessible interpretive trail, features a large print brochure for visually impaired visitors.  Sand Point is a good place to look for warblers in spring and fall.

Nearby at former Munising U.S. Coast Guard Station, a 36-foot self-righting motor lifeboat is on display in the boathouse from May through October.  Park headquarters is also located on Sand Point.



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