Bete Grise Beach is located in Bete Grise on the south side of the Keweenaw Peninsula in Michigan’s Keweenaw County. This is a mile long white sand beach on the shore of Lake Superior. This beach is said to have “singing sands” where if you place your palm on the surface and swirl it around the sand it makes a lovely singing sound. Legend says the “singing” that emanates from the sand is of a native American women whose love was lost to Lake Superior and she is calling him from shore. Bete Grise Preserve also plays host to the Mendota Canal from Lac La Belle that flows into Lake Superior, known as an excellent paddling destination. You can also view the Mendota (Bete Grise) Lighthouse from the beach.