The Bete Grise Preserve, a Nature protected area, is a wetland area stretching along Lake Superior from Bete Grise to Point Isabelle along the Gay-Lac La Belle Road on the Keweenaw's south shore. The area features two miles of premier Lake Superior shoreline and contains roughly 1500 acres of diverse wetland types. There is a small undeveloped parking area on the north side of the Gay-Lac La Belle Road at the boundary between Sections 2 & 3 with a clearly defined trail that leads to the beach. Motorized vehicles, camping or overnight use, fires and removal or collection of any vegetation or nature feature (except berry picking for personal use) are prohibited. Pets on leash are welcome. Open year round to foot travel and other types of passive recreational use such as hiking, fishing, non-groomed cross country ski trails, snowshoeing and the like. HUNTING IS ALLOWED BY WRITTEN PERMIT.