by Ray Anthony
Seen one sunset you've seen them all? I beg to differ! Sunset Point, located at the “top” of the island, adjacent to the Kiwanis picnic shelter makes for a cornucopia of colors that any professional and amateur travel photographer or outdoor activity seeker could ever ask for. Sunset point offers views of Little Presque Isle looking westward. With the naked eye, most can even see the distant Granite Island Light Station. Depending on the park hours, the time and day in accordance with the seasonal time of year, Sunset Point is also the perfect venue for viewing the Northern Lights.
Presque Isle Park can afford just about anybody who wishes to be graced with nature and the great outdoors something to partake of. From the cliff diving platform off of 'Black Rocks' or something perhaps more docile, like a picnic in one of the many picnic areas the island has to offer. The Kiwanis picnic shelter is right next to Sunset Point. For anyone seeking further information that may not be covered here within, you may wish to check out the Marquette's starting point: Lake Superior Community Partnership.