The historic village of Grand Marais, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior at the eastern gateway to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Our green springs, warm summers, beautiful autumns, and snowy winters make Grand Marais a year-round recreation destination.
Over 100 varieities of beautiful irises will be available at the Old Post Office Museum on Saturday, August 13 from 10am to 2pm. You can also order online and have them shipped to your home. All of the information plus links to photos of the irises is on the Iris Sale Information Page.
Jois us for a weekend of music, food, and fun! The annual Grand Marais Music and Arts Festival is coming up August 12-14. Visit the Festival Information Page for the band lineup. 7/1/2016 - ALL CAMPING IS SOLD OUT.
Come join the fun on Labor Day weekend! The 13th annual Grand Marais Triathlon will take place on Sunday, September 4th, with a 5k race and a junior triathlon on Saturday, September 3rd. Registration are now open for individuals and teams. See the Triathlon page for details and forms.
Enjoy over 280 recipes from folks who know and love Grand Marais in the new Historical Society cookbook, Around Our Table Again. These make wonderful gifts! Download an order form here.
Courtesy of Endless Horizons
If you haven't subscribed to the new Grand Marais Pilot and Pictured Rocks Review, you're missing a wonderful newspaper! Not only is the staff of the Pilot keeping everyone informed on local events, you will also find historical articles and photos that give you a glimpse into Grand Marais of the past. You can subscribe online and a first-class subscription is only $35 per year. Here's your chance to have Grand Marais at your fingertips, even if you can't be here all the time. Don't miss it!