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TIINA HARRIS, CITY OF MARQUETTE ARTS AND CULTURE, MANAGER AND UPPER PENINSULA ARTS AND CULTURE ALLIANCE, CHAIR Intimate galleries and museums, working artist studios, eclectic performances and festivals, all with an unpretentious allure that will make you wonder why you’ve never been before. Whether experiencing Shakespeare in a brewery, listening to world-class blues while overlooking Lake Superior, or attending an outdoor art show or painting festival, our events are as distinct as their settings. Marquette County is a creative crossroads where arts and heritage are as much a natural resource as the Great Lakes or mines. A region with a long lineage of masterful artists, artisans, writers, and musicians who were drawn to and inspired by the natural beauty. A kind of wildness exists—like the forest, there is no established path or protocol to create work—anything can be born here.

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BREW SCENE Marquette’s Brewery culture is a destination of its own. Each establishment has a niche that makes it unique; from the brews themselves to the different atmospheres they’ve created. All are ideal spaces to swap stories from the past and to make new memories that’ll last. The venues also provide year-round entertainment and events and at some, you can even host your own.

FOOD SCENE In the summer, the endless farmers market vendors showcase the local food culture that buzzes around the city. Unique dining experiences line downtown streets, some a true essence of Upper Peninsula culture, and others that’ll take you somewhere far away. The coffee scene growth pairs beautifully with the numerous talented bakers that inhabit the town – and the locals will recommend indulging in local honey or maple syrup to sweeten your latte. Our delis offer just what you need for that all-day adventure or you could make an adventure of your own chasing down the long list of food trucks that call Marquette home. It’s true that there are more and more options in town, but the players who have been in the game for years always provide that authentic taste and tradition loved by Yoopers and travelers alike. You may have just come for sustenance, but you’ll find that you stay for the company and return for the flavor.

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Grab breakfast or lunch at Donckers. This cafe-style eatery filled with retro relics offers good eats and artisan sweets you will all want more of.

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Education and exploration go hand in hand at the Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum. Check the UPCM’s calendar for special events or stop in to enjoy all their animals, interactive toys and more!

There are creations galore to be seen at Lakenenland Sculpture Park. Walk the park or drive through to see dinosaurs, sunflowers, aliens, all made of scrap metal! Everyone’s going to get a kick out of this wacky and wonderful stop. If the weather’s nice, take a stroll through the bog walk.

Falls are the foundation of the full Marquette experience and Morgan Falls is just the one for the whole family. Just south of the city, this 20-foot waterfall is easily accessible and has cascades you need to see.

Presque Isle Park is loved by visitors and locals alike and it’s no wonder why with its 2-miles of scenery to be enjoyed during any season as well as splendid views of Superior. You’ll dig the drive there, along Lakeshore Boulevard, just as much. Keep your eyes peeled for the notorious rare white deer who sometimes stroll through the park.

Want to climb a mountain but make sure your whole crew can come too? Marquette’s got you covered. Sugarloaf Mountain offers a more mild trek to the top than most, but there’s nothing mild-mannered about the sweet view of our city and Lake Superior from the summit. You can even spot the peaks of some of our other remarkable mountains.


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LUNAR LOAF Just across from Wetmore Landing lies Lunar Loaf—with a view of not only an expansive treeline but Mother Superior and the wondrous Hogback Mountain. This spot will have you and your pup exploring every inch to the top.

TOURIST PARK Is your pup looking for a playmate? You’re sure to find other fluffy friends at Tourist Park, Marquette’s most popular destination for dog owners. Only 2.5 miles from downtown Marquette, this picturesque location is perfect for a slow stroll or a puppy play date.

THOMAS ROCK You’ll both enjoy this leisurely trail that leads to quite the sight of the Keweenaw Peninsula and an expansive tree canopy. Visit during the fall for an exquisite view of the U.P.’s autumnal array.

SOUTH BEACH Looking for a spot both you and your dog can spend a Marquette summer's day? Check out South Beach. Stick to the right-hand side of this sandy shore, just two miles from downtown, for a beach day where you can both cool down.

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P lan your adventure.

VISTA VIEWS SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN Whether it’s your first trip to Marquette or your fifth, Sugarloaf Mountain is always on the must-visit list. This halfmile hike is a mere 15 to 30 minutes to the top, depending on which way you take, but both routes lead you to the same sweet view.

WOODSY WALKS TOURIST PARK TRAILS Looking for something leisurely that doesn’t lack scenery? Start at the tourist park trailhead (part of the Noquemanon Trail Network), then meander through the tree-lined trails, and along the Dead River Basin.

PRESQUE ISLE PARK HOGBACK MOUNTAIN The first thing you should know about Hogback—for such a prominent peak—making it to its summit isn’t a sure thing. Hogback features narrow, twisting trails through woodlands and rocky grounds. With a nearly vertical rock face that demands four points of contact, the last half-mile of the climb is quite strenuous. One thing that is for sure— the view is worth it.

Known for being both short and picturesque, this scenic 2-mile stretch along Superior is easily one of the best. You can walk your way through in all four seasons, or even drive (except during wintertime).

HISTORIC HIKES IRON ORE HERITAGE TRAIL

SUPERIOR SHORELINE WETMORE LANDING BEACH Whether it’s summer, fall, winter, or spring, Wetmore Landing Beach is always a treat. Plus, there are tons of awesome trails to choose depending on your mood. From the parking lot head toward the lake, once you hit the steps, keep to the trails on your right if you’re feeling like a more relaxed pace, or if you want some tougher terrain, try going left.

LITTLE PRESQUE TRACT

The IOHT is a 47-mile, multi-use, year-round interpretive trail. The trail runs through a number of historic Marquette County communities, including Republic, Ishpeming, Negaunee, Marquette, and Harvey. With informational signage and other fun finds along the way you can experience over 160 years of iron mining’s rich history in the Marquette Iron Range.

NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL The NCT traverses seven states from New York to North Dakota. Wetmore Landing, located about a mile north of Sugarloaf Mountain, includes a stellar stretch that delivers spectacular Lake Superior views.

With about 18 miles of hiking trails and over 4 miles of Lake Superior shoreline, you’ll love the Little Presque Tract. If you’re hiking in the summer months, do yourself a favor and pack a beach towel and some bug spray just in case you need them.

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Looking for a new way to take in the fall foliage? Catch the colors from a kayak or canoe for the ultimate autumn view. Need a launching point for your adventure? Presque Isle Park, Harlow Lake, and Echo Lake are perfect for a quick paddle. The worse the weather, the better the surf? For some Superior surfers, it seems so. But for those of us who don’t want to brave the winter waves, it’s still worth the brisk walk down to ‘The Zoo’ (at Presque Isle Park) to watch the few who do.

Although spring isn’t always a sure thing in the Upper Peninsula, the melting of the lake’s ice formations makes for some exciting excursions during the short window between winter and summer. Rays or shade, the best way to soak up a summer's day is supping around the island or an inland lake. You can rent paddle boards and other outdoor rec equipment at the University’s Rec Center or call to set up a SUP demo with Downwind Sports.

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NOQUEMANON TRAIL NETWORK (NTN) The NTN “North” and “South” trails were designed with all rider styles and skills in mind—flow, technical, jump, freeride, DH, dual slalom, and kids/beginner trails.

RANGE AREA MOUNTAIN BIKE ASSOCIATION (RAMBA) Ranked a Bronze Level IMBA Ride Center, RAMBA boasts miles of trails on the West End with trailheads throughout the Iron Range. Join the club for their famous Wednesday night group rides through Chapper’s Pub in Negaunee for a local taste of the trails.

HARLOW LAKE AREA Featuring some of the Midwest’s most difficult technical riding, many of the HLA trails are set on rock outcrops with punchy, technical climbs and rocky, steep declines. But if you’re up for the challenge, you’ll be rewarded with some incredible vista views.

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Want to take a closer look at the rigorous process and awesome organizations behind creating and maintaining our beloved trail systems? Check out the amazing mini-doc on our YouTube channel, “Wack Jobs” as well as additional trail info available on our website at TravelMarquette.com

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Nestledown was designed to reflect the Finnish/Scandinavian heritage of the Innkeepers and Upper Michigan’s immigrant past. The Bed and Breakfast is open year round and offers comfort, breakfast, quiet, a warm fire, sunny windows, fresh air, gathering spaces, a sauna and dramatic connections to Lake Superior and beautiful Marquette. You will be just 175 steps to Lake Superior’s shore, and walking distance to Historic Downtown Marquette.

Centrally located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the town of Gwinn which is 20 miles south of Marquette and 7 miles from Marquette’s K.I. Sawyer International Airport. We have sixteen rooms with two full size beds in each room, one king room and one two room apartment with a king size bed, sofa sleeper and a kitchenette. All rooms have free wifi, flat screen TVs with cable service, coffee pots, combination tub/shower, air conditioning etc.

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Ramada Of Marquette / 906.228.6000 412 W Washington St, Marquette MI 49855

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Rippling River Resort / 906.273.2259 4321 M-553, Marquette, MI 49855

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Staybridge Suites / 906.225.9901 855 W Washington St, Marquette MI 49855

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UP Motor Lodge / 906.249.1404 5057 US-41 S, Marquette MI 49855 (Harvey)

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Value Host Motor Inn / 906.225.5000 1101 US-41 W, Marquette MI 49855

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America’s Best Value Inn / 906.249.1712 1010 M-28 E, Marquette MI 49855 (Harvey)

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Birchmont Motel / 906.228.7538 2090 US-41 S, Marquette MI 49855

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Blueberry Ridge B&B / 906.251.0219 193 Oakridge Dr, Marquette MI 49855 (Sands Twp.)

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Brentwood Motor Inn/Budget Host / 906.228.7494 2603 US-41, Marquette, MI 49855

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Cedar Motor Inn / 906.228.2280 2523 US-41 W, Marquette MI 49855

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Comfort Suites Of Marquette / 906.228.0028 2463 US-41 W, Marquette MI 49855

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Model Towne Inn / 906.346.7901 190 M-35, Gwinn MI 49841

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Country Inn And Suites / 906.225.1300 2472 US-41 W, Marquette MI 49855

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Tower Vacation Homes / 906.346.7911 4430 Electra St, Gwinn MI 49841

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Days Inn Of Marquette / 906.225.1393 2403 US-41 W, Marquette MI 49855

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Econo Lodge Lakeside / 906.225.1305 2050 US-41 S, Marquette MI 49855

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LAT: 46.5466º N LONG: 87.3763º W MARQUETTE HARBOR LIGHT MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN

BIG BAY POINT LIGHTHOUSE

LATITUDE: 46.8417° » LONGITUDE: 87.6800°

 Stands halfway between Marquette and the Keweenaw Portage Entry → → The point occupies a position between Granite Island and the Huron Island, but the two lights are invisible to one another → In the past, a number of vessels have been wrecked on Big Bay Point → Today the lighthouse operates as a bed and breakfast

HURON ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE

LATITUDE: 46.9631° » LONGITUDE: 87.9991°

 The Huron Island lighthouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places → → Located on West Huron Island, the island is one of several that make up Huron National Wildlife Refuge → The refuge was established by Theodore Roosevelt in 1905 and is the oldest refuge in the Great Lakes-Big River Region → The “schoolhouse” style structure was constructed with local granite from the Huron Islands

MARQUETTE HARBOR LIGHT

LATITUDE: 46.5466° » LONGITUDE: 87.3763°

→ This lighthouse is one of the most historic navigation beacons on Lake Superior and was critical in the role of Great Lake iron ore trade and assisting in safe navigations back when Marquette was the premier shipping port for iron ore → The first Marquette Harbor Light was built in the city in 1853 → The present-day lighthouse was constructed in 1866 with an additional (second) story added in 1909 → The light still shines for today’s sailors

PRESQUE ISLE HARBOR LIGHTHOUSE

LATITUDE: 46.5742° » LONGITUDE: 87.3746°

 Also known as “Upper Harbor Lighthouse” → → Located at the end of the hardy Upper Harbor Breakwall, which is open to the public (weather, conditions, and discretion dependent) → Day and night, this beacon still guides ships into the railroad ore docks → A nearby monument serves as both a tribute and a reminder of Lake Superior’s strength

STANNARD ROCK LIGHTHOUSE

SCOTT BELLOW

LATITUDE: 47.1683° » LONGITUDE: 87.2120°

 Deemed the “Loneliest place in North America” → → Named after Captain Charles C. Stannard, who discovered a dangerous reef more than a mile long off of the coast of northern Marquette County in 1835 → Construction of this concrete-based beacon took five years. During 1878-79, the crew was allegedly able to work a mere 61% of the season due to storms → Due to the awful isolation, keepers typically rotated three weeks on and one off, the longest consecutive stay on the Rock was by Louis Wilks with 99 days

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LAT: 46.6235º N LONG: 88.4760º W CANYON FALLS L'ANSE, MICHIGAN

BIG BAY POINT LIGHTHOUSE 32.1 MILES FROM MARQUETTE

Standing halfway between Marquette and the Keweenaw Portage Entry, this historic lighthouse has guided mariners along Michigan’s coastline for over a century. And as of yet, you don’t need to be a current guest at this bed and breakfast to visit this exquisite property.

NEGAUNEE 10.9 MILES FROM MARQUETTE

Check out Marquette’s neighboring areas for even more outdoor adventure, eclectic shopping, and iconic eateries. Head to Negaunee to get your thrift on or find a unique antique. Explore some of the 47-miles of the Iron Ore Heritage Trail and stop by the Jackson mine along the way to take a look into the U.P.’s past. Then grab a U.P. delicacy (aka pasty) from Iron Town pasties.

CANYON FALLS 58.2 MILES FROM MARQUETTE

Dubbed by many as the “Grand Canyon of Michigan,” Canyon Falls, definitely deserves to make your day-trip bucket list. This scenic and serene spot along the Sturgeon River features impressive canyons, rushing falls, and fun for all.

PICTURED ROCKS NATIONAL LAKESHORE

ISHPEMING 22.3 MILES FROM MARQUETTE

Find a hidden gem in the heart of Ishpeming, Rare Earth Goods. This art co-op/cafe combo offers a varied mix of natural goods, organic foods, local art & apparel, craft beer, and more. After that, if you still have an appetite hit Congress Pizzas before you head out for some of the best thin crust around.

HELLYER PHOTOGRAPHY

44 MILES FROM MARQUETTE

On the south shore of Lake Superior in Munising, Michigan, Pictured Rocks’ impressive sandstone formations can be adored and explored by a leisurely kayak or boat cruise or a lengthy hike through its hardwood forests.

GWINN 20.6 MILES FROM MARQUETTE

From inland lake fishing, floating or paddling down the Escanaba River to blueberry picking, there’s tons to do outdoors in Gwinn. Plus, a stop at The Up North Lodge for some of their “almost famous” ribs and one of their beloved bloody marys is a must. And when the snow falls, there’s still plenty of fun to be had snowmobiling, ice fishing, and skating.

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OUTFITTERS CHAMPION SPORT & BAIT 4276 US-41 / Champion 906.339.4114 championsportandbait.com GANDER OUTDOORS 3465 US-41 W / Marquette 906.226.8300 ganderoutdoors.com

STRAIGHT LINE ARCHERY 1705 Ash St / Ishpeming 906.486.6845 straightlinearchery.com WILDERNESS SPORTS, INC. 107 E Division St / Ishpeming 906.485.4565 wildernessportsinc.com

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BAIT/CHARTERS THE BOBBER SHOP 1320 S Front St / Marquette 906.362.3634 CHAMPION SPORT & BAIT 5531 US-41 / Champion 906.339.4114 championsportandbait.com

SPECIES LAKE SUPERIOR FISH SPECIES Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Lake Trout, Whitefish, Steelhead, Splake, Burbot, Cisco INLAND LAKES SPECIES Blue Gill, Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass, Muskellunge, Northern Pike, Perch, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Sunfish RIVERS & STREAMS SPECIES Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Steelhead, Smelt

GWINN BAIT & TACKLE 56 N Billings St / Gwinn 906.346.3330 JAY’S BAIT & GUIDING SERVICE 1710 US-41 / Ishpeming 906.204.0805 facebook.com/Jaysbait KASSEL’S KORNER 6400 US-41 / Marquette 906.249.1862 SUPERIOR OUTFITTERS 209 S Front St / Marquette 906.273.0229 superioroutfitter.com

CHARTER SERVICES DAYBREAK CHARTERS 260 S Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.250.1052 daybreakfish.com RIVERS NORTH FLY FISHING GUIDE SERVICE 514 N Third St / Marquette (Downwind Sports) 906.458.8125 riversnorth.net SORE ARM’S FISHING CHARTERS Lower Harbor / Marquette 906.869.3361 or 906.361.3223 sorearmscharters.com U.P STREAM GUIDED FISHING TRIPS 209 South Front St / Marquette 906.273.0229 superioroutfitter.com For Michigan fishing, inland lake maps and more information, visit Michigan.gov/dnr or

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YELLOW DOG FALLS PINNACLE FALLS

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DRIVE 4 MI, 10 MIN » 46.56588, -87.44576

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→ Head west on W Washington St toward N 4th St (1,145 ft) → Turn right onto N 4th St which becomes Presque Isle Ave (1.4 mi) → Turn left onto Wright St (2.29 mi) → Park on the right side of Wright St, walk over the ridge and up a short path to the falls under the aqueduct (450 ft) 2

→ Head west on W Washington St toward N 4th St (1,145 ft) → Turn right onto N 4th St/Presque Isle Ave (1.4 mi) → Turn left onto Wright St (3.12 mi) → Turn right onto Forestville Road (2 mi) → Park to the right of the power station and see a gate with a gravel road going up the hill. The way to the falls is well marked with carved tree stumps, up the hill and then climbing down to the river. You can hike along the river and see several sets of falls along this stretch 3

MORGAN CREEK FALLS ✦ ✦

DRIVE 5 MI, 9 MIN » 46.50737, -87.44516

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PINNACLE FALLS ✦ ✦ ✦

DRIVE 35 MI, 55 MIN » 46.70631, -87.80679

→ Head north on N Front St (0.925 mi) → Turn right onto E Fair Ave (761 ft) → Turn left onto Pine St (0.322 mi) → Turn left onto N Lakeshore Blvd (0.759 mi) → Turn left onto Hawley St (0.650 mi) → Hawley becomes Big Bay Rd/Co Rd 550 (22.6 mi) → Turn left onto Co Rd 510 (2.6 mi) and go straight where the paved road becomes AAA road. (Don’t turn left onto unpaved 510) → Stay on paved AAA Road (4.8 mi) → Turn left on dirt AAC Road (1.35 mi) → Drive straight onto a two track road just after a truck parking area. Follow all signs marked “FALLS.” Park in small lot and hike SSW of the parking area to the falls (.35 mi)

LITTLE GARLIC FALLS ✦ ✦ ✦

DRIVE 15 MI, 25 MIN » 46.6677, -87.57874

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CANYON FALLS ✦

58 MILES, 65 MIN DRIVE » 46.62255, -88.47649

→ Travel west on US41 (57mi) → You’ll cross the Sturgeon River and on your left you’ll park at Canyon Falls Roadside Park → Follow the trail SW to the falls (.4 mi)

BIG PUP CREEK FALLS ✦

DRIVE 45 MI, 35 MIN » 46.71166, -87.70388

→ Head north on N Front St (0.925 mi) → Turn right onto E Fair Ave (761 ft) → Turn left onto Pine St (0.322 mi) → Turn left onto N Lakeshore Blvd (0.759 mi) → Turn left onto Hawley St (0.650 mi) → Hawley becomes Big Bay Rd/Co Rd 550 (22.6 mi) → Turn left onto Co Rd 510 (2.6 mi) → After 2.6 miles you’ll turn left off the paved road onto the dirt portion of County Road 510 which heads SE (4.1 mi) → Cross the Yellow Dog River and head south on Co Rd 510 for Big Pup Creek Falls another 1.81 mi and a short hike northeast of 510

YELLOW DOG RIVER FALLS ✦

→ Head N on N Front St (0.925 mi) → Turn right onto E Fair Ave (761 ft) → Turn left onto Pine St (0.322 mi) → Turn left onto N Lakeshore Blvd (0.759 mi) → Turn left onto Hawley St (0.650 mi) → Hawley becomes Big Bay Rd/Co Rd 550 (22.6 mi) → Turn left onto Co Rd 510 (2.6 mi) → After 2.6 miles you’ll turn left off the paved road onto the dirt portion of County Road 510 which heads SE. (4.1 mi) → Cross the Yellow Dog River. Park on the left and walk NE along the river mile to the falls (.35 mi). Return by the same route, or continue on 510 to see Big Pup Creek Falls, too

DRIVE 26 MI, 38 MIN » 46.39351, -87.78621

→ Head west on W Washington St toward N 3rd St (1,145 ft) → Turn right onto N 4th St which becomes Presque Isle Ave (1.22 mi) → Turn left onto Hawley St, which becomes Big Bay Rd (11 mi) → You’ll cross the Little Garlic River and go 1000 ft around the bend → Turn left onto a forested dirt road (1.68 mi) → Park and find the hiking trail heading north. Hike along the east and north bank of the River to the falls (.92 mi)

CARP RIVER FALLS ✦ ✦ ✦

→ Head West on Washington St (1.3 mi) → Turn left onto McClellan Ave/M-553 (2.37 mi) → There will be a dirt road (Marquette Mtn Rd) to the right heading west, the last road before the river crossing and the ski area → Go 1.4 miles on the dirt road and park in the parking area → Follow the foot trail SW → From Morgan Falls you can cross Morgan Creek above the falls and follow the trail upstream along the banks of the Carp River (.5 mi). The trail goes high above the river, and there are no good views from the rim, so to see the falls, you need to climb down

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BLACK RIVER FALLS ✦

→ Head south on S Front St (0.339 mi) → At the traffic circle exit west on US-41 N M-28 (17.4 mi) → Turn left onto Randall Dr (302 ft) → Turn right onto Rd PI (1.59 mi) → Turn right onto Co Rd 581/Saginaw St (6.52 mi) → Turn right onto Island Lake Rd (164 ft) → Slight right onto Seasonal Rd (0.456 mi) → From the parking area you’ll find a trail heading north and east to the falls (600 ft)

→ Head West on Washington St (1.3 mi) → Turn left onto McClellan Ave/M-553 (2.37 mi) → There will be a dirt road (Marquette Mtn Rd) to the right heading west, the last road before the river crossing and the ski area → Go 1.4 miles on the dirt road and park in the parking area → Follow the foot trail 1000 ft west to the falls 4

DRIVE 16 MI, 22 MIN » 46.43333, -87.59888

→ Head south on Front St (0.339 mi) → At the traffic circle exit west on US-41 N (0.523 mi) → At the next traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto Grove St (2.21 mi) → Turn left onto Co Rd 492 (4.33 mi) → Turn left on M-35 South (8.16 mi) → Park on the right side of M-35, the falls are a short trail hike west

DEAD RIVER FORESTVILLE FALLS ✦ ✦ DRIVE 7 MI, 16 MIN » 46.56861, -87.47833

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DRIVE 26 MI, 32 MIN » 46.38383, -87.06847

→ Go South on Front St and stay on it as it turns into US41 (16.6 mi) → Turn left M-94 E (6.35 mi) → Turn left Co Hwy 327 (2.32 mi) → Co Hwy 327 turns right and becomes Laughing Whitefish Falls Rd (0.429 mi)

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In Marquette County, we don't just face winter, we embrace it. With tons of outdoor events, activities, and attractions to keep active and plenty of shops, restaurants, and breweries to warm up, a winter getaway here is not just a vacation—but a celebration. TOP SPOTS TO GET OUT AND TAKE IN OUR WINTER WONDERLAND: Presque Isle Park Sugarloaf Mountain Tourist Park LOOKING FOR AN EVENT TO ATTEND? CHECK OUT THESE WINTER CLASSICS: 133rd Annual Ishpeming Ski Jumping Tournament Noquemanon Ski Marathon U.P. 200 Sled Dog Races

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Q: WHEN AND HOW CAN YOU SEE THE NORTHERN LIGHTS? A: T  he northern lights are driven by solar events on the sun. Check one of the websites referenced for the evenings Kp index, which is an average of solar activity around the world measured in 3-hour increments on a scale of 0-9. At our latitude, a Kp 4 or greater means good odds. With a higher Kp, clear skies, and a few other favorable space weather data indicators, all you need is a good dark sky location facing north. Q: WHERE CAN I SEE THEM IN MARQUETTE COUNTY? A: A  ny time the aurora is active low on the horizon, (most common at our latitude) it is best to get away from the city lights of Marquette to a very dark sky location with an unobstructed view of the northern horizon—so anywhere along the lakeshore is fantastic including Little Presque Isle, Presque Isle, and the M28 turnouts. Presque Isle Park is the only dark sky park in the Upper Peninsula and is now open until 1 a.m. every Friday and Saturday night. Street lights in the area are shut off to provide an optimal dark sky viewing area. If the aurora is bright enough, Picnic Rocks, south Marquette and the Welcome Center in Harvey are also easily accessible options. Q: HOW DO YOU PHOTOGRAPH THE NORTHERN LIGHTS? A: As long as you understand a few basics of getting the camera out of auto mode, you can get some awesome shots of the auroras. A basic outline to follow includes A: Lens in manual B: Camera in manual C: ISO setting between 1600-3200 D: aperture as wide open as possible to let in as much light as possible (think low numbers, f1.4,2.8, etc.) E: Shutter speed as long as possible before you start picking up star movement, anywhere from 5-20 seconds. You may have to go longer if you need more light in your images. Other things you need besides your camera—a tripod to steady the shot for long exposure, cable release, and headlight so you can see when you adjust your settings or need to find the bottom of your frame in a new moon environment. That, or I offer several night sky photography workshops during the year!

Q: WHAT CAUSES THE NORTHERN LIGHTS? A: The aurora starts with a strong solar event sending an elevated solar wind of charged particles (electrons) towards Earth. These electrons strike Earth's magnetosphere and travel along magnetic field lines towards the north and south poles where they collide with oxygen and nitrogen atoms in Earth's upper atmosphere. The atoms excite, then relax and release a photon, which is light. This is what we see as the aurora borealis. This is similar to how a neon light works. NOTE: Different atmospheric atoms give off different colors when they are excited. Oxygen at about 60 miles up gives off the familiar yellowgreen color, Oxygen at higher altitudes (about 200 miles above us) gives the all-red auroras. Ionized nitrogen produces the blue light and neutral nitrogen gives off the red-purple and the rippled edges.

Q: WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO SOMEONE HOPING TO CATCH THE NORTHERN LIGHTS? A: M  aximize your potential for seeing the aurora by learning about space weather predictions from NOAA Space weather! Settle into one of Marquette’s many north-facing dark sky areas and make sure the local forecast is clear as the aurora can’t be seen when there is cloud cover. Most important data readings for determining if you can see the aurora are: • Bz—The strength of the magnetic field, southpointing Bz is favorable • Ovation Model—A real-time image of the auroral oval, look for a hemispheric power of 30 or greater • Solar Wind Speed Measurement—A 600 or greater indicates you’ll most likely be able to see the aurora Also, be aware of the moon phases as a full moon will wash out less active auroral displays and greatly decrease the ability to see the night sky. Be patient if there is geomagnetic storming, it ebbs and flows and you can have multiple substorms in one night with visible activity varying greatly over the span of just a few minutes.



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(3) SAINT PETER CATHEDRAL, MATT SCHMALZE / (4) FATHER MARQUETTE STATUE, HEATHER KAPELLER

1-800-544-4321 MARQUETTE COUNTY COURT HOUSE

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311 W BARAGA AVENUE

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The Father Marquette Statue was dedicated on July 15, 1897, gifted to the city of Marquette from local businessman Peter White. The brass statue was sculpted in Florence, Italy by renowned sculptor Gaetano Trentanove. The Park was redesigned in 2018 to include an arched gateway, stone benches, and perennial gardens.

101 S FRONT STREET

PETER WHITE PUBLIC LIBRARY 217 N FRONT STREET

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SAINT PAUL’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 201 E RIDGE STREET

In 1856, the congregation began meeting in a small wooden structure at this very location. Constructed of Upper Peninsula brownstone, the Morgan Memorial Chapel was built in 1887 featuring a large Tiffany stained glass window. The large, square tower was added in 1902. The houses along E Ridge and E Arch Streets are part of the Marquette historic homes district. Grab a walking tour brochure at the History Center gift store to learn more about the impressive architecture.

Marquette Regional History Center 145 W Spring Street, Marquette, MI // 906-226-3571

Completed in 1904, the library is an example of neoclassical architecture. The Bedford limestone building has a raised foundation, arched windows with decorative keystones and stained glass panels, four Doric columns with an egg and dart design and a hipped roof.

SAINT PETER CATHEDRAL

FATHER MARQUETTE STATUE AND PARK

SAVINGS BANK BUILDING Built in 1891 by architects Barber and Barber, this building was a 21st birthday gift for Peter Kaufman from his father, Louis G. Kaufman. The base of the building is Jacobsville sandstone and the upper level is brick. The building is an eclectic mix of architectural styles, with a Gothic clock tower and Romanesque sandstone carvings.

360 S THIRD STREET

The first structure was built in 1864. The church was destroyed by fire in 1879 and partially destroyed again in 1935. Each time it was rebuilt. The current structure was made with Marquette brownstone and ornate stone carvings. The roof is edged with copper and gold-leaf crosses adorn the church’s two domes. The interior features beautiful stone and marble work with a vaulted ceiling rising to 67 feet. The tomb of Bishop Baraga, known as the “Snowshoe Priest,” is located here.

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After a major fire in 1924 destroyed the original bank, Louis G. Kaufman, the fifth president of the bank, donated the present site to rebuild the structure. Ground was broken in 1926. The building is Roman Corinthian in architecture and constructed of buff Indiana limestone. The heavy bronze doors were made in Long Island, New York. The counters are made of solid imported marble. Inside is a satellite exhibit of rare coins and paper bills from the Marquette Regional History Center collection.

MARQUETTE COUNTY COURTHOUSE The Marquette County Courthouse completed in 1904 is a fine example of neoclassical revival architecture. Designed by Charlton and Gilmore of Marquette, the Building is constructed of Portage Entry Sandstone from the Keweenaw Peninsula. The dome ceiling is lined with stained glass. The courthouse has been the site of many well-known trials, including a suit brought by Theodore Roosevelt against an Ishpeming newspaper for slander. He was awarded six cents.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 120 N FRONT STREET

Completed in 1935 after a fire destroyed the original structure, it is constructed of Lannon Stone quarried in Wisconsin and is English Gothic architecture. The windows were modeled after stained glass from the 13th century, known as the Golden Age of Stained Glass. Look for the gargoyle water spouts on the south-facing roof. 9

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 111 E RIDGE STREET

The brownstone building features narrow lancet windows, rounded windows, an arched entrance and asymmetrical hexagonal spires on top of square buttressed towers. It was built by C.F. Struck in 1873.

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BEGIN YOUR ADVENTURE AT CONTRAST COFFEE CO. 600 N 3RD STREET

It’s about more than just a cup of joe at Contrast Coffee Co. From open-mic nights and poetry slams to booked local bands, you can plan for some great atmosphere while sipping one of their carefully crafted beverages. Ride from Contrast Coffee Co. to Yooper Shirts (0.1 miles, about 1 minute) 1. Walk or ride your bike west on W Ohio St toward N 3rd Street 2. Turn left onto N 3rd Street 3. Yooper Shirts will be on the right 2

YOOPER SHIRTS 503 N 3RD STREET

Yooper Shirts is an apparel store featuring designs inspired by the natural attractions of the Upper Peninsula and the spirit of the state of Michigan. They can even create a custom design to commemorate your trip! Ride from Yooper Shirts to Travel Marquette & Donckers (0.3 miles, about 2 minutes) 1. Ride south on N 3rd Street toward W Michigan Street 2. Turn left onto W Washington Street 3. Travel Marquette Michigan & Donckers will be on the right 3

TRAVEL MARQUETTE

117 W WASHINGTON STREET

Marquette County’s overflowing with natural splendor, local flavor, authentic entertainment, and Midwestern hospitality. Travel Marquette’s your inside guide for all the best events, activities, and attractions the area has to offer. 4

DONCKERS

137 W WASHINGTON STREET

Need a boost for the rest of the bike tour? Dip into Donckers and treat yourself to some of their handmade chocolates and sweets. Depending on when you pop in you’ll also have the option for breakfast, lunch or a light dinner. Ride from Travel Marquette Michigan & Donckers to Ellwood A Mattson Lower Harbor Park (0.3 miles, about 2 minutes) 1. Ride southeast on Washington Street toward Front Street 2. Cross Lakeshore Blvd and turn left onto the Marquette Multi-Use Path 3. Ellwood A Mattson Lower Harbor Park will be on the right 5

ELLWOOD A. MATTSON LOWER HARBOR PARK 100-174 N LAKESHORE BLVD

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Mattson Park spans 22 acres in Marquette’s lively Lower Harbor and offers a range of amenities such as park benches, picnic tables, the Kid’s Cove Playground, seasonal concessions, restrooms, and a boat ramp. Ride from Ellwood A Mattson Lower Harbor Park to Marquette Harbor Light (0.6 miles, about 4 minutes) 1. Ride east on the Marquette Multi-Use Path 2. The Marquette Harbor Light will be on the right


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MARQUETTE HARBOR LIGHT 300 NORTH LAKESHORE BLVD

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Originally constructed in 1853 then rebuilt in 1866, the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse has become an icon of the city. It serves as both a navigation point and as part of the visual landscape of the shoreline with its unmistakable red exterior.

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1799-1739 LAKE SHORE BLVD

Pebble Beach is a picturesque stretch of shoreline where the water’s edge is a rainbow of small pebbles and stones (hence the name!). Whether you like skipping stones or searching for rocks and sea glass it’s the perfect spot for a leisurely stroll along the lakeshore. Ride from Pebble Beach to Superior Dome and Jean Kay’s Pasties & Subs (0.7 miles, about 4 minutes) 1. Cross N Lakeshore Blvd and ride west on Wright Street 2. Take the first left (access road before Presque Isle Avenue) to ride toward the Superior Dome 3. M  ake a right at the dead end and continue following the access road 4. S uperior Dome will be on the left. Jean Kay’s Pasties & Subs will be on the right across the street at the intersection of Presque Isle Avenue and Center Street 8

SUPERIOR DOME

1401 PRESQUE ISLE AVENUE

CITY MULTI-USE PATH

Two ore docks stand today as reminders of Marquette’s mining and maritime heritage. Though the structure in Lower Harbor is out of commission, the Upper Harbor dock still loads iron ore into freighters just as it has for over a century. Ride from Upper Harbor Ore Dock to Presque Isle Park (1.3 miles, about 8 minutes) 1. From the Upper Harbor Ore Dock, turn right to ride northeast on Lake Shore Blvd 2. Ride under the arch into the park to merge onto Peter White Drive 3. Stay to the right to follow the road through the Presque Isle Park forest to Black Rocks and Presque Isle Point

Ride from Marquette Harbor Light to Pebble Beach (1.4 miles, about 8 minutes) 1. R  ide north on the Marquette Multi-Use Path toward Michigan Street 2. At the intersection of Lakeshore Blvd. and Fair Avenue, make a slight left to stay on the Marquette Multi-Use Path 3. Continue heading north past Picnic Rocks Park 4. Pebble Beach will be on the right

PEBBLE BEACH

UPPER HARBOR ORE DOCK

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PRESQUE ISLE PARK 1 PETER WHITE DRIVE

Ride through tunnels of pines and hardwoods through this breathtaking 323-acre peninsula. Stop at the many scenic outlooks, wander through wooded trails, and enjoy a break at one of the picnic facilities or plunge from the famed Black Rocks into the clear, icy waters below. Ride from Presque Isle Park to Downtown Marquette (5.9 miles, about 36 minutes) 1. Turn right to ride southwest on Peter White Drive 2. Turn right to continue on Peter White Drive 3. Turn right to merge onto the Marquette Multi-Use Path 4. Turn right onto the Little Presque Loop path at Hawley Street. 5. Make a slight left to cross Hawley Street and continue riding south on the Little Presque Loop path 6. Cross over Washington Street and turn left onto the Iron Ore Heritage Trail heading east 7. Follow the Iron Ore Heritage Trail into downtown Marquette

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JEAN KAY’S PASTIES & SUBS 1635 PRESQUE ISLE AVENUE

Jean Kay’s is known for their signature, savory pasties infused with hearty steak, potatoes, and local vegetables. Fill up on fresh ones during your visit or even order yourself some to ship back home. Ride from Jean Kay’s Pasties & Subs to Upper Harbor Ore Dock (2.1 miles, about 13 minutes) 1. Ride north on Presque Isle Avenue 2. Turn right onto Wright Street 3. Turn left onto the Marquette Multi-Use Path just before the intersection at Lake Shore Blvd 4. J ust before the arch at the entrance of Presque Isle Park, turn right into the boat docking area for great views of the Upper Harbor Ore Dock and the harbor

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ART GALLERIES/SHOPS

ART MUSEUMS

ANN RUSS STUDIO & GALLERY 129 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.251.1309 annruss.com

DEVOS ART MUSEUM 1401 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.227.2235

ART U.P. STYLE 130 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.1993 facebook.com BETH MILLNER JEWELRY 521 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.3540 bethmillner.com THE GALLERY: MARQUETTE ARTIST COLLECTIVE 130 W. Washington St / Suite U7 / Marquette marquetteartistcollective.wordpress.com facebook.com MADGOODIES STUDIO 209 W Ohio St / Marquette facebook.com MARQUETTE ARTS & CULTURE CENTER PETER WHITE LIBRARY 217 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.0472 MICHIGAMME MOONSHINE ART GALLERY 136 E Main St / Michigamme 906.323.6546 facebook.com THE STUDIO GALLERY 2905 N Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.228.2466 LAKE SUPERIOR PHOTO 211 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.3686 lakesuperiorphoto.com ZERO DEGREES ARTIST GALLERY 525 N Third St / Marquette 906.228.3058 zerodegreesgallery.org

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LAKENENLAND SCULPTURE PARK 2800 M-28 / Marquette 906.249.1132

PERFORMANCE ART FOREST ROBERTS THEATRE Northern Michigan University 1401 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.227.2082 nmu.edu/forestrobertstheatre LAKE SUPERIOR THEATRE 270 N Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.227.7625 lakesuperiortheatre.com MARQUETTE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA KAUFMAN AUDITORIUM 611 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.0472 WOLF’S HEAD THEATER COMPANY 129 W Baraga Ave / Suite G / Marquette upshakes.org VISTA THEATER 218 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.7188

CHILDREN’S MUSEUM UPPER PENINSULA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM 123 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.226.3911

HISTORY MUSEUMS BEAUMIER U.P. HERITAGE CENTER 1401 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.227.1219 nmu.edu/beaumier

CLIFFS SHAFT MINE MUSEUM 501 W Euclid St / Ishpeming 906.485.1882 FORSYTH TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY 186 W Flint St / Gwinn 906.346.3237 ISHPEMING AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 308 Cleveland Ave / Ste 303 / Ishpeming 906.236.0042 facebook.com K.I. SAWYER HERITAGE AIR MUSEUM 402 3rd St / KI / Sawyer 906.362.3531 kishamuseum.org MARQUETTE MARITIME MUSEUM 300 N Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.226.2006 mqtmaritimemuseum.com MARQUETTE REGIONAL HISTORY CENTER 145 W Spring St / Marquette 906.226.3571 marquettehistory.org MICHIGAMME MUSEUM Main St / Michigamme 906.323.6608 michigammetownship.com/michigammemuseum MICHIGAN IRON INDUSTRY MUSEUM 73 Forge Rd / Negaunee 906.475.7857 facebook.com NEGAUNEE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 303 E Main St / Negaunee 906.475.4614 negauneehistory.org U.S NATIONAL SKI & SNOWBOARD HALL OF FAME 610 Palms Ave / Ishpeming 906.485.6326


AURORA PIERCING BOUTIQUE

220 W Washington St / Suite 240 Marquette / 906.273.1769 facebook.com

OLD BANK BUILDING ANTIQUES

331 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.4777

BETH MILLNER JEWELRY

521 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.3540 bethmillner.com

PANARA IMPORTS INC.

125 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.4604 panaraimports.com

BIRDCAGE ANTIQUES & ECLECTIC DECOR

1313 S. Front St / Marquette 906.273.2888 facebook.com

THE PRESERVE

351 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2170 instagram.com/thepreservemqt

BLACKBIRD BOUTIQUE

110 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.250.1253 blackbirdmqt.com

QUEEN CITY RUNNING CO.

119 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.273.1781 queencityrunningco.com

BOOMERANG RETRO & RELICS

100 W Washington St / Marquette 906.362.7876 boomerangretro.com

QUICK STOP BIKE SHOP

1100 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.225.1577 quickstopbike.com

CHICKADEES

121 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0553 chickadees.biz

RARE EARTH GOODS & CAFE

200 E Division St / Ishpeming 906.485.5650 rareearthgoods.net

COUNTRY CHARM

110 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.6920 mqtcountrycharm.com

REVISIONS DESIGN STUDIO

219 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2068 revisionsdesignstudio.com

DA YOOPERS TOURIST TRAP & ROCK KNOCKERS ROCK SHOP

490 N Steel St / Ishpeming 800.628.9978 dayoopers.com

SCANDINAVIAN GIFTS

130 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.1993 facebook.com

DOWNWIND SPORTS

514 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.7112 downwindsports.com

SNOWBOUND BOOKS

118 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.228.4448 snowboundbooks.com

THE GATHERED EARTH GIFT SHOP

131 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.1617 thegatheredearth.com

SPICE MERCHANTS

108 W Washington St / Marquette 906.235.1887 spicemerchants.biz

GETZ’S

218 S Front St / Marquette 906.226.3561 getzs.com

SPORTS RACK LTD.

315 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.1766 sportsrackmqt.com

INTERIORS BY DESIGN

201 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.2440

SUPERIOR OUTFITTERS

209 S Front St / Marquette 906.273.0229 superioroutfitter.com

LAKESHORE BIKE

505 N Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.228.7547 lakeshorebikemarquette.com

TAIGA GAMES

145 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2747 facebook.com

LOYALTEES CUSTOM APPAREL

130 W Washington St #L1 / Marquette 906.273.0336 loyaltees.clothing

TOUCH OF FINLAND

2853 US-41 / Marquette 906.226.2567 touchoffinland.com

MARQUETTE FOOD CO-OP

502 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.0671 marquettefood.coop

U.P. REEF

118 W Washington St #B / Marquette 541.968.1963 facebook.com

MICHIGAN FAIR

114 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.3894 michiganfair.com

U.P. SUPPLY CO.

221 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2848 upsupply.co

MICHIGAN MADE

2220 US-41 S / Marquette 906.273.2277 justmichiganmade.com

WASHINGTON SHOE STORE

135 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.4530 facebook.com

NORTHERN LIGHTS GLASS

415 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.235.5403 facebook.com

WATTSSON & WATTSSON JEWELERS

118 W Washington St Suite 100 / Marquette / 906.228.5775 wandwjewelers.com

NORTHWEST STATION ANTIQUES

415 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.235.5403 facebook.com

YOOPER SHIRTS

503 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.204.2255 yoopershirts.com

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906 SPORTS BAR & GRILL

145 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0706 906barandgrill.com

DIA DE LOS TACOS FOOD TRUCK

906.361.3740 facebook.com tacosmqt.weebly.com

AUBREE'S PIZZERIA & GRILL

227 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.5511 aubrees.com

DIGS GASTROPUB

154 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.6399 digsmarquette.com

BABYCAKES MUFFIN COMPANY

223 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.7744 facebook.com

DONCKERS

137 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.6110 donckersonline.com

BENRI SUSHI

130 W Washington St / Marquette 906.399.5290

THE DRY DOCK BAR & GRILL

5029 US-41 / Marquette 906.249.3298

BORDER GRILL

1145 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.5228

ELIZABETH'S CHOP HOUSE

113 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.0900 elizabethschophouse.com

BORDER GRILL

800 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.228.0100 bordergrill.net

HARLEY'S RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

412 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.6000 ramadamarquette.com/lounge-69

BORDER GRILL

400 US-41 #5 / Negaunee 906.475.4556 bordergrill.net

HUDSON’S CLASSIC GRILL & BAR

2433 US-41 W / Marquette 906.225.5119 hudsonsmarquette.com

THE BURGER BUS FOOD TRUCK

906.869.0968 theburgerbrand.com facebook.com

HURON MOUNTAIN BAKERY

US-41 / Ishpeming 906.485.6848 huronmountainbakery.com

CAFE BODEGA

517 N Third St / Marquette 906.226.7009 cafebodegamqt.com

HURON MOUNTAIN BAKERY – JOE'S CAKES

1301 S Front St / Marquette 906.225.1301 huronmountainbakery.com

CASA CALABRIA

1106 N Third St / Marquette 906.228.5012 thecasa.us

IRON BAY RESTAURANT & DRINKERY

105 E Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0990 ironbaymqt.com

COACHLIGHT RESTAURANT

423 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.0522

IRONTOWN PASTIES

801 N Teal Lake Ave / Negaunee 906.475.6828 irontownpasties.com

CONGRESS PIZZAS

106 Main St / Ishpeming 906.486.4233 facebook.com

JACKSON’S PIT GOURMET GRILL & BAR

305 Iron St / Negaunee 906.401.0411 jacksonspit.com

COPPER CRUST COMPANY FOOD TRUCK

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JASMINE ASIAN CUISINE

2680 US-41 / Marquette 906.273.2727 jasmineasiancuisinemi.com

CROSSROADS RESTAURANT & LOUNGE

900 Co Rd 480 / Marquette 906.249.8912 facebook.com crossroads-bar.hub.biz

JASPER RIDGE BREWERY

1075 Country Ln / Ishpeming 906.485.6017 jasperridgebrewery.com

DAH PRETZEL GUYS FOOD TRUCK

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JEFFREY’S FAMILY RESTAURANT

300 S McClellen Ave / Marquette 906.225.5445 jeffreysfamilyrestaurant.com

DELFT BISTRO

139 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2455 delftbistro.com

JERZI’S 41 SPORTS BAR & GRILL

9965 US-41 W / Ishpeming 906.486.4141 eatat41.com

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LAGNIAPPE CREOLE CAJUN EATERY

145 Jackson Cut Alley / Marquette 906.226.8200 marquettecajun.com

STEINHAUS

102 W Washington St #115 / Marquette 906.273.1531 steinhausmqt.com

LAWRY’S PASTY SHOP

2381 US-41 / Ishpeming 906.485.5589 lawryspasties.com

STUCKO'S PUB & GRILL

900 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.1112 stuckospub.com

LAWRY’S PASTY SHOP

2164 US-41 / Marquette 906.226.5040 lawryspasties.com

SUPERIOR MOBILE KONEY FOOD TRUCK

906.251.0628 facebook.com

LUMBERJACK TAVERN

202 Bensinger St / Big Bay 906.345.9912

TEMAKI & TEA

1422 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.227.6633

THE MARQ

113 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.273.2069 marqrestaurant.com

TERIYAKI BOWL

3109 US-41 W / Marquette 906.226.3100 teriyakibowlmarquette.com

MARQUETTE FOOD CO-OP

502 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.0671 marquettefood.coop

THAI HOUSE

1031 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.225.5945 marquettethaihouse.com

MOUNT SHASTA RESTAURANT

1915 US-41 / Michigamme 906.662.0120

THIRD STREET BAGEL

429 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.9899 thirdstreetbagel.myshopify.com

NEW YORK DELI

510 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.1130 facebook.com

THUNDER BAY INN

400 Bensinger St / Big Bay 906.343.9220 thunderbayinn.net

NORTHLAND PUB

230 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.2580 thelandmarkinn.com/dining

TINO’S BAR & PIZZA

220 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.6832 facebook.com

THE PASTA SHOP

824 N Third St / Marquette 906.228.1996 thepastashop.com

TOGO'S SUBMARINE SHOP

1000 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.6535 togostogo.com

THE PIEDMONT

230 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.2580 piedmontmarquette.com

TOGO'S SUBMARINE SHOP

5099 US-41 / Harvey 906.249.1455 togostogo.com

THE PORTSIDE INN

239 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.2041 theportsideinn.com

THE UP NORTH LODGE

215 S County Road 557 / Gwinn 906.346.9815 theupnorthlodge.com

RARE EARTH GOODS & CAFE

200 E Division St / Ishpeming 906.485.5650 rareearthgoods.net

VANGO'S PIZZA & LOUNGE

927 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.228.7707 vangospizza.com

RICE PADDY

1720 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.225.0368 eatricepaddy.com

THE VIERLING RESTAURANT & MARQUETTE HARBOR BREWERY

119 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.3533 facebook.com

SENOR’S FOOD TRUCK

906.458.9226 facebook.com

WILD BLUE BBQ FOOD TRUCK

913/226/7965 facebook.com wildblue906.com

SOL AZTECA

105 E Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2222 solaztecamqt.net

ZEPHYR WINE BAR

215 S Front St / Marquette 906.225.5470 facebook.com

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906 SPORTS BAR

145 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0706 906barandgrill.com

LUMBERJACK TAVERN

202 Bensinger St / Big Bay 906.345.9912

BARREL + BEAM BREWERY

260 Northwoods Road / Marquette 906.273.2559 facebook.com

NORTHLAND PUB

230 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.2580 thelandmarkinn.com

BLACKROCKS BREWERY

424 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.273.1333 blackrocksbrewery.com facebook.com

ORE DOCK BREWING COMPANY

114 W Spring St / Marquette 906.228.8888 ore-dock.com facebook.com/OreDock

BREAKERS ROADHOUSE

149 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.273.2010 facebook.com

REMIES BAR

111 S 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.9133

CHAPPER’S PUB

432 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.5888 facebook.com

THIRD BASE BAR

726 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.9581

COGNITION BREWING COMPANY

113 E Canda St / Ishpeming 906.204.2724 cognitionbrewingcompany.com

THE VIERLING RESTAURANT & MARQUETTE HARBOR BREWERY

119 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.3533 thevierling.com facebook.com

FLANIGAN’S BAR

429 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.8865 flanigans.net

THE VOODOO BAR

145 Jackson Cut Alley / Marquette 906.226.8200 marquettecajun.com/voodoo-bar

IRON BAY TAPROOM

105 E Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0990 ironbaymqt.com

THE WOODEN NICKEL

1751 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.228.2452 woodennickelmqt.com

JASPER RIDGE BREWERY

1075 Country Ln / Ishpeming 906.485.6017 jasperridgebrewery.com

ZEPHYR WINE BAR

215 S Front St / Marquette 906.225.5470 facebook.com

CAFE ALLENATORE

907 N Third St / Marquette 906.273.0782 cafeallenatore.com

DEAD RIVER COFFEE SHOP

119 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.226.2112 deadrivercoffee.com

CONTRAST COFFEE

600 N Third St / Marquette 906.451.5662 contrastcoffeeco.com

JAVA BAY

1102 N Third St / Marquette 906.273.2154

THE CRIB COFFEE HOUSE & ROASTERY

401 N Third St / Marquette 906.273.1460 facebook.com

MIDTOWN BAKERY & CAFE

317 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.0064 facebook.com

CRUISE-N-COFFEE

727 N Third St / Marquette 906.225.0499 facebook.com

VELODROME COFFEE COMPANY

519 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2556 velodromecoffeecompany.com

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906.225.1300

AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN

2472 US-41 W / Marquette

906.249.1712 1010 M-28 E / Marquette (Harvey) 34 Rooms / All season motel with indoor pool and hot tub, free WiFi, and continental breakfast. We have truck parking and winter plug in available. Located right on the trailhead. Children under 17 stay free.

BIRCHMONT MOTEL

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906.225.1393

2090 US-41 S / Marquette

2403 US-41 W / Marquette

29 Rooms / Motel overlooking Lake Superior with friendly and helpful staff. Rooms with mini-kitchens and private balconies. Free WiFi, picnic tables, and gas grills available for use. Very affordable for couples and large families with additional discounts for longer stays.

65 Rooms / Superior hospitality in the Upper Peninsula. Free breakfast, high-speed WiFi, and micro-frig in every room. Dog-friendly and guest laundry, outdoor children’s playground, indoor pool, whirlpool, and sauna open until 12 AM. On-site dining with 10% discount for guests. Free access to Anytime Fitness.

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ECONO LODGE LAKESIDE

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906.251.0219

906.225.1305

193 Oakridge Dr / Marquette (Sands Township)

2050 US-41 S / Marquette

3 Rooms / A unique bed and breakfast surrounded by nature and only ten minutes from downtown Marquette. Secluded country experience with free gourmet breakfasts, private baths, and a romantic garden, with access to miles of forested trails.

46 Rooms / Wake up to the sun rising above Lake Superior at this lakeside motel. Conveniently close to beaches, the Iron Ore Heritage Trail multi-use path and only five minutes away from Marquette’s downtown. Pet-friendly with free continental breakfast and WiFi.

BRENTWOOD MOTOR INN/BUDGET HOST

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HAMPTON INN BY HILTON MARQUETTE WATERFRONT

906.228.7494

906.228.6001

2603 US-41 W / Marquette

461 S Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette

40 Rooms / Conveniently located with free breakfast, at-door parking, and outdoor picnic area. 2 diamond rated motel minutes away from Lake Superior and downtown Marquette. Discounts available for AAA members, hospital visitors, commercial visitors, and seniors.

84 Rooms / Award-winning hotel on the shores of Lake Superior. Right on the city’s bike path and boardwalk. Within walking distance of downtown Marquette. Home to the areas only saltwater pool and whirlpool. Free breakfast, WiFi, business center, and fitness center.

CEDAR MOTOR INN

HOLIDAY INN OF MARQUETTE

906.228.2280

906.225.1351

2523 US-41 W / Marquette

1951 US-41 W / Marquette

43 Rooms / Family-owned and operated since 1967. Indoor pool, sauna, and hot tub. Expanded continental breakfast, winter plug-ins, and WiFi are complimentary. Dog-friendly and extended stay rooms available on request. Flat screen TVs, mini-fridges, ironing boards, and coffee in rooms. CHRISTOPHER D. THOMPSON

DAYS INN OF MARQUETTE

906.228.7538

BLUEBERRY RIDGE B&B

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84 Rooms / Enjoy complimentary deluxe breakfast in our immaculate hotel. Free amenities include WiFi, DirecTV, microwave, and refrigerator. Indoor pool, whirlpool, meeting rooms, and fitness room. Conveniently located near many restaurants and shops.

187 Rooms / Newest rooms in Marquette. $10M renovation completed at end of 2018. On-site restaurant, bar, sweet shop, and event space. Largest pool and whirlpool, ADA sauna and 24-hour fitness center and business center. On snowmobile and biking trail.

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COMFORT SUITES OF MARQUETTE

IMPERIAL MOTEL

906.228.0028

906.228.7430

2463 US-41 W / Marquette

2493 US-41 W / Marquette

83 Rooms / Award-winning suites with high-speed WiFi, DirectTV, refrigerator, microwave, and full-size, pull-out sofa bed. 24/7 business center, free daily newspaper, free hot breakfast, and “Grab It & Go” breakfast bag. On-site dining with 10% discount for guests. Indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, and 24/7 fitness room.

43 Rooms / A “Marquette Original” that has withstood the test of time and continues to maintain attention to every detail. Bagged light express breakfast, Free WiFi, refrigerators upon request, and minutes away from all that Marquette has to offer.

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+ LANDMARK INN

906.228.2580

RIPPLING RIVER RESORT

906.273.2259 4321 M-553 / Marquette

230 N Front St / Marquette 66 Rooms / Historic hotel overlooking Marquette’s downtown and Lower Harbor. On-site restaurants including the Northland Pub, Piedmont, and 6th floor Northstar Lounge. Within short walking distance to shops, breweries, and coffee houses. On-site catering, event space, meeting rooms, and fitness center available.

26 Cabins (14 luxury, 12 rustic) / Cabins and campsites nestled near the waters of the Carp River. Just minutes from downtown Marquette and next to miles of hiking, biking, and snowmobile trails and a ski hill. The perfect hub for fishing and outdoor recreation.

MY PLACE

STAYBRIDGE SUITES

906.232.1111

906.225.9901

2383 US-41 W / Marquette

855 W Washington St / Marquette

63 Rooms / Hotel perfect for long-term trips. Free high-speed WiFi, pet-friendly and offers free passes to Anytime Fitness. Full kitchens in extended stay rooms, on-site laundry, and “Breakfast in Bed”. My Store offers food, beverages, cookware, and utensils.

102 Rooms / Upscale extended stay hotel on Marquette’s main drag. Picnic tables and BBQ grills on expansive patio. Business center and meeting convention spaces. Hot deluxe breakfast and evening receptions offering free drinks three nights a week.

QUALITY INN

UP MOTOR LODGE

906.228.8100

906.249.1404

1275 US-41 W / Marquette

5057 US-41 S / Marquette (Harvey)

80 Rooms / Close to shopping and dining. Offers complimentary breakfast, WiFi, and pass to local fitness center. Indoor pool, sauna, and whirlpool. Meeting rooms, workspaces, and barrier-free access available. Perfect for both business and leisure travelers.

29 Rooms / Recently renovated with private, French-style courtyard. Convenient location off US-41, close to restaurants. Only minutes away from downtown Marquette and even closer to Lake Superior.

RAMADA BY WYNDHAM

VALUE HOST MOTOR INN

906.228.6000

906.225.5000

412 W Washington St / Marquette

1101 US-41 W / Marquette

112 Rooms / Located in the heart of downtown Marquette. Within easy walking distance to Lake Superior and local attractions. On-site restaurant, bar, and banquet space. Includes poolside rooms, whirlpool, sauna, 24-hour fitness, and business center. Family owned and operated.

52 Rooms / Sleep, Smile and Save with clean quiet rooms and 24-hour guest service! Our rates also include: deluxe breakfast, WiFi, sauna, wax room (seasonal), and recliners are available. Centrally Located.

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THUNDER BAY INN

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906.345.9220

MODEL TOWNE INN

400 Bensinger St / Big Bay

906.346.7901 190 M-35 / Gwinn 18 Rooms / Located right on the snowmobile trails. Plenty of parking for sleds and trailers. Rooms come standard with WiFi, cable, and A/C. Only 10 minutes from airport and within walking distance to downtown Gwinn.

14 Rooms / Historic hotel built by Henry Ford and filming location for “Anatomy of a Murder�. Free continental breakfast with an on-site restaurant and bar. A peaceful setting overlooking Lake Independence that is close to snowmobile trails and outdoor recreation opportunities.

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+ TOWER VACATION HOMES

906.346.7911

TALL PINES

4430 Electra St / Gwinn

906.475.6608 349 US-41 E / Negaunee

15 Units / Roomy townhouse-style two and three-bedroom condominiums with full kitchens and laundry facilities in each unit. Free WiFi standard. Close to airport and golf course.

16 Rooms / Pet-friendly motel close to trails and wilderness areas. 2-acre wooded lot with space for picnics. Rooms come standard with free WiFi, cable, and kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves.

+ JASPER RIDGE INN

BIG BAY MOTEL

906.458.2378

CHRISTOPHER D. THOMPSON

906.345.9444

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96 Bensinger St / Big Bay

1000 River Parkway / Ishpeming

12 Rooms / Clean rooms next to snowmobile trails and outdoor recreation opportunities. Just across from beautiful Lake Independence and close shopping and dining in the village of Big Bay. Free WiFi and pet-friendly.

26 Rooms / Spacious rooms including kings, suites, and whirlpool suites. Free WiFi and continental breakfast included. Close to restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options.

+ BIG BAY POINT LIGHTHOUSE B&B

906.345.9957

MAGNUSON COUNTRY INN

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906.485.6345

3 Lighthouse Rd / Big Bay

850 US-41 W / Ishpeming

7 Rooms / A historic lighthouse overlooking Lake Superior, still in operation. On 40 acres of private forest, it is an escape from the ordinary. Wake up to a full country breakfast and breathtaking sunrises. Sauna, spa, and massage therapy services available.

59 Rooms / Relax in our comfortable and affordable guest rooms. Indoor pool and whirlpool. Complimentary breakfast and WiFi. Conveniently located on snowmobile trails and next to dining, shopping, and entertainment options.

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full/efficiency kitchen

29

BLUEBERRY RIDGE B&B

3

BRENTWOOD MOTOR INN BUDGET HOST

40

CEDAR MOTOR INN

43

COMFORT SUITES OF MARQUETTE

83

COUNTRY INN AND SUITES

84

DAYS INN OF MARQUETTE

65

ECONO LODGE LAKESIDE

46

906.225.1305 / 2050 US-41 S Marquette

HAMPTON INN BY HILTON MARQUETTE WATERFRONT

84

906.228.6001 / 461 S Lakeshore Blvd Marquette

HOLIDAY INN OF MARQUETTE

187

IMPERIAL MOTEL

43

LANDMARK INN

66

MY PLACE

63

QUALITY INN

80

RAMADA BY WYNDHAM

112

RIPPLING RIVER RESORT

26

STAYBRIDGE SUITES

102

UP MOTOR LODGE

29

VALUE HOST MOTOR INN

52

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906.249.1712 / 1010 M-28 E Marquette

906.228.7538 / 2090 US–41 S Marquette

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906.251.0219 / 193 Oakridge Dr Marquette

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906.228.7494 / 2603 US-41 Marquette

906.228.2280 / 2523 US-41 W Marquette 906.228.0028 / 2463 US-41 W Marquette

906.225.1300 / 2472 US-41 W Marquette 906.225.1393 / 2403 US-41 W Marquette

on-site bar

bike friendly

pet friendly*

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barrier-free*

BIRCHMONT MOTEL

wifi available

meeting space

fitness room

pool

34

whirlpool

cont. breakfast

AMERICAS BEST VALUE INN

sauna

# of rooms

on-site restaurant

A C C O M M O D AT I O N S / / M A R Q U E T T E

906.225.1351 / 1951 US-41 W Marquette

906.228.7430 / 2493 US-41 W Marquette 906.228.2580 / 230 N Front St Marquette

906.232.1111 / 2383 US-41 W Marquette 906.228.8100 / 1275 US-41 W Marquette

906.228.6000 / 412 W Washington St Marquette

906.273.2259 / 4321 M-553 Marquette

906.225.9901 / 855 W Washington St Marquette

906.249.1404 / 5057 US-41 S Marquette

906.225.5000 / 1101 US-41 W Marquette


BIG BAY MOTEL

12

BIG BAY POINT LIGHTHOUSE B&B

7

THUNDER BAY INN

14

TALL PINES

16

JASPER RIDGE INN

26

MAGNUSON COUNTRY INN

59

906.346.7901 / 190 M-35 Gwinn

906.346.7911 / 4430 Electra St Gwinn

906.345.9444 / 96 Bensinger St Big Bay 906.345.9957 / 3 Lighthouse Rd Big Bay

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full/efficiency kitchen

on-site bar

on-site restaurant

barrier-free*

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bike friendly

TOWER VACATION HOMES

pet friendly*

fitness room

whirlpool

sauna

18

pool

MODEL TOWNE INN

# of rooms

wifi available

meeting space

cont. breakfast

A C C O M M O D AT I O N S / / G W I N N / / B I G B AY / / N E G A U N E E / / I S H P E M I N G

906.345.9220 / 400 Bensinger St Big Bay

906.475.6608 / 349 US-41 E Negaunee

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906.458.2378 / 1000 River Parkway Ishpeming 906.485.6345 / 850 US-41 W Ishpeming

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