MICHIGAN’S PREMIERE SUMMER ADVENTURE Pictured Rocks Sea Kayaking Tours with Paddling Michigan Pictured Rocks Sea Kayaking Tours with Paddling Michigan All experience levels All ages over 5 yrs. Tandem kayaks - all gear included
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8:30am “Paddlers Choice” – Day Trip May 1-Sept 30 daily 11:30pm “Taste of the Rocks” – 4 hours June 15-Sept 30 daily 3:00pm “Afternoon Delight” – 2½ hours July 1-Labor Day
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Groups as large as 30 paddlers OK Multi-day trips available Call 906-228-5447 for a reservation or book online www.paddlingmichigan.com 1331 W. Highway M-28 Munising, MI 49862
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EVENTS DOWNTOWN MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN
LAT: 46° 32' 51.2952" N LONG: 87° 23' 44.142" W
FROM EXTREME EVENTS TO FAMILY-FRIENDLY FESTS. FROM THE FINE ARTS TO THE GREAT OUTDOORS. MARQUETTE COUNTY’S CALENDAR OF EVENTS HAS YOU COVERED.
DON’T MISS THE UP200 Who let the dogs out? We did! Join thousands of spectators lining the streets for the annual fur-friendly event as mushing teams take off from downtown Marquette.
MARQUET TE CRAF T BEER WEEK Arguably one of the best weeks of the year—MCBW is a five-day celebration of Michigan beer + breweries in downtown Marquette—featuring tap takeovers, food + beer pairings, and pre-parties, plus it all leads up to UP Fall Beer Fest.
POL AR ROLL = Marquette County winter means serious snow, serious fat biking, and serious fun. The Polar Roll is a 25-mile fat tire bike race featuring tons of awesome riders, excellent terrain, and a Bacon + Hugs Aid Station, all followed by an epic after-party at Marquette Mountain.
THE FRESH COAST FILM FESTIVAL = The first of its kind: a documentary film festival celebrating the outdoor lifestyle, water-rich environment and resilient spirit of the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest. Engage in adventure tours along the shore all weekend.
UP200 DRYLAND DASH = Where do sled dogs go when thereâ€™s no snow? The UP200 Dryland Dash features playful fall training races for dog mushing teams around the country.
BLUES FEST = Blues Fest is back for its 15th year with three days of world-class blues on the shores of Lake Superior.
SEPTEMBER Angry Bear Festival
Craft Beer Week
U.P. Fall Beer Fest
Big Bay Relay
Lake Superior Shore Run
Farmers Market (Every Sat. thru Dec.)
Marji Gesick 100
Marquette Mountain Bike Enduro
Music On Third Street Kickoff
Marquette Trails Festival
29 + 30
Fresh Coast Plein Aire Painting Festival
Baraga Avenue Harvest Fest
Fresh Coast Film Festival
International Food Festival
Marquette Fireworks Display
13 + 14
15, 18 22, 24, 29
Upper Peninsula Shakespeare Festival
28 + 29
Art on the Rocks
28 + 29
Outback Art Fair
Ball Drop Bash 2019
Noquemanon Ski Marathon
FEBRUARY 14–18 UP200
Ore to Shore
17 + 18
Marquette Trail 50 UltraMarathon
24 + 25
Third Street Car Show
15th Annual Blues Fest
EDUCATION IS “U.P.” HERE, LITERALLY. “This summer I conducted research on the impact of rock climbing on lichen in the Upper Peninsula. This allowed me to combine my passion for rock climbing with my science curriculum, all while getting to explore the U.P. I have been able to enhance my connection to the natural world, all while relating to topics covered in biology classes. I consider myself lucky to go to a school in such an amazing area. I can’t imagine being anywhere else.”
GEORGIA HARRISON | Martin, Michigan Biology Major/Ecology Minor & 2017 Newman Civic Fellow
EDUCATION FOR OUTCOMES
Voted “Friendliest Campus” among Michigan schools by Niche, our walkable campus allows you to build community within your first year experience.
NMU’s campus is located right on the shores of Lake Superior, and students have access to the incredible environment that the Upper Peninsula offers.
Apple, Amazon, Ford, Pixar, NASA, Nike, The North Face and DreamWorks, are a few of the places recent graduates have found employment.
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BEACH FROM THE SANDY SHORES OF MCCARTYâ€™S COVE TO THE VOLCANIC BLUFFS OF BLACK ROCKS, WHEN IT COMES TO BEACHES, MARQUETTE COUNTY HAS SUPERIOR COVERAGE.
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1 MCCART Y’S COVE = Among the most popular of Marquette beaches is McCarty’s Cove, beloved for its expansive view of Lake Superior and the historic Harbor Lighthouse. Throw in some volleyball nets and lifeguard supervision during high season, and you’ve pretty much guaranteed yourselves a good, safe time for all. Close to our vibrant downtown, McCarty’s Cove is the perfect place to launch sandy, shoreline fun with the family. 2 LIT TLE PRESQUE BEACH = As secluded as it is scenic, Little Presque beach, nestled on the shores of Superior, is one of the coolest spots to chill out by the water, without the crowds. Locals head here for perfect days or kicked-back evenings. Pathways—rocky, scenic and accessible—spool out nearby, so fit in a trail run or family hike. 3 BL ACK ROCKS BEACH = Located on Presque Isle’s west side, the beach itself is only a few dozen feet wide, with several-story bluffs on both sides. But it’s the best place to prepare for an excursion — and, if you’re feeling brave enough, you can even jump from the Black Rocks themselves. 4 SOUTH BEACH = Just south of downtown along the city bike trail, South Beach is broad, smooth and also super kid- and dog-friendly, making it perfect for both lying and playing under the sun, all day long. Lifeguard on duty during peak visitation.
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PUT THESE THREE WATERFALLS ON YOUR LIST, AND CHECK THEM OFF, ALTHOUGH WE DON’T RECOMMEND RUSHING...
YELLOW DOG FALLS = The pathway to Yellow Dog Falls is as scenic as the falls themselves. From the trailhead, it’s an easy hike to these wilderness falls. Native brook trout—Michigan’s State Fish—swim lazily in rocky pools. 5 miles up river is Pinnacle Falls (pictured below). It’s a separate hike and requires at least a half day—longer if you stop to pick the lush blueberry patches in late summer.
DEAD RIVER FALLS = If you’re looking for adventure, Dead River Falls has you covered. With more than four series of falls to find, you’re bound to have a good time. Full disclosure: the higher you get, the trickier the trek, but it’s definitely worth the effort.
DEAD RIVER FALLS
LAT: 46° 34' 6.9996" N LONG: 87° 28' 41.9988" W
MORGAN FALLS = If there were a difficulty rating for Marquette waterfall access, Morgan Falls would be the bunny hill. Nevertheless, Morgan Falls is a must-visit for all ages.
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83 MILES OF LAKE SUPERIOR SHORELINE. FIVE BEAMING BEACONS. ENDLESS UNSALTED ADVENTURE.
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RIDE? THREE TRAIL NETWORKS - 150 MILES OF SINGLE TRACK - 12,000 FT OF ELEVATION, AND TO TOP IT OFF, MILES OF ACCESSIBLE TRAILS MINUTES FROM AUTHENTIC CUISINE AND CRAFT BEER.
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST MAINTAINED TRAILS I’VE EVER RIDDEN. – MTB Hall of Famer + Professional mountain biker, Tinker Juarez
1 NOQUEMANON TRAIL NET WORK (NTN) = Most people know these trails as the “South Trails” or “North Trails.” The NTN trail system is built with all rider styles and skills in mind — flow, technical, jump, freeride, DH, dual slalom and kids/beginner trails.
The singletrack system has received national acclaim as a premier mountain bike destination in several publications, including Bike Magazine, Singletracks, Freehub, Dirtrag, MTBR, Silent Sports Magazine and others. 2 RAMBA = Ride miles of trail in Marquette County’s West End, built over the decades by grassroots trail organization RAMBA (Range Area Mountain Bike Association). The system is a Bronze Level IMBA Ride Center, with trailheads throughout the Iron Range. 3 HARLOW LAKE AREA = With four incredible vistas — Hogback, Top of the World, Sugarloaf, and Bareback — the Harlow Lake area offers some of the most difficult technical riding in the Midwest. While there are some beginner to intermediate routes, most trails are built on rock outcrops with punchy technical climbs and rocky, steep downhills.
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Meet up with old friends and enjoy a variety of Cognition Beers on tap daily. Wine, mead and cider available too. We thoughtfully handcraft all of our beers to have great flavor, aroma, appearance and drinkability. When you have a Cognition brew in front of you we hope to stimulate all of your senses. Located in the historic Mather Inn.
975 N Lakeshore Blvd. Marquette, MI 49855 906-273-0996 l www.nestledownmarquette.com 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.
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190 M-35 Gwinn, MI 49841 906-346-7901 l www.modeltowneinn.com 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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LAT: 46° 35' 34.4292" N LONG: 87° 22' 48.0576" W
PLUNGE FROM SANDY BEACHES TO MOUNTAIN TOP VISTAS, YOU’LL ABSOLUTELY LOVE MARQUETTE COUNTY AS A DESTINATION WEDDING LOCATION.
BLACKROCKS WEDDING PHOTO PHOTOGRAPHER: MARIA HONKALA
TAKING THE PLUNGE = It can take on a literal meaning with a wedding in Marquette. Extreme options aside, the choices for a ceremony here are abundant. From an intimate boutique hotel with a spectacular view of Lake Superior to ballrooms that can accommodate hundreds of guests, Marquette is a favorite spot for couples looking to tie the knot.
Art & Culture in Marquette
1 Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center Northern Michigan University Corner of 7th Street and Lee Drive 906-227-3212 www.nmu.edu/beaumierheritagecenter
2 DeVos Art Museum Northern Michigan University Corner of 7th Street and Tracy Ave. 906-227-2235 www.nmu.edu/devos
3 Lake Superior Theatre 270 N Lakeshore Blvd. Marquette, MI 49855 906-227-7625 www.lakesuperiortheatre.com
4 City of Marquette Art & Culture Center (lower level of Peter White Public Library) 217 N. Front St., Marquette, MI 49855 906-228-0472 • www.marquettemi.gov firstname.lastname@example.org
5 Marquette Maritime Museum & Lighthouse 300 North Lakeshore Boulevard Marquette, Michigan 49855 906-226-2006 www.mqtmaritimemuseum.com
6 Marquette Regional History Center 145 W Spring St, Marquette, MI 49855 906-226-3571 www.marquettehistory.org
7 Peter White Public 217 N Front St Marquette, MI 49855 906-228-9510 www.pwpl.info
8 Superior Arts Youth Theater Mailing Address: 202 W Washington St Ste 741 Marquette, MI 49855 888-785-0512 • www.saytheater.org
9 Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum 123 W Baraga Ave Marquette, MI 49855 906-226-3911 www.upchildrensmuseum.org
GREYWALLS RANKED TOP TEN FOR ‘BEST GOLF COURSES IN MICHIGAN’ – Golf Digest
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IN MARQUETTE COUNTY OUR COURSES FEATURE ROLLING FAIRWAYS, NATURAL ROCK OUTCROPPINGS, AND SUPERIOR VIEWS. SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? IT’S TEE TIME.
GENTZ’S HOMESTEAD GOLF COURSE 353 Gentz Rd / Marquette 906.249.1002 MARQUETTE GOLF CLUB: GREYWALLS & HERITAGE 1075 Grove St / Marquette 906.225.0721 NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY GOLF CLUB 125 Chocolay Downs Dr / Marquette 906.227.3111 RED FOX RUN GOLF COURSE 217 Fifth St / Gwinn 906.346.7010 WAWONOWIN COUNTRY CLUB 3432 County Road 478 / Champion 906.485.1435 www.TravelMarquetteMichigan.com
DAYS WITH 18 PET-FRIENDLY PLACES TO STAY AND PLENTY OF OPTIONS FOR OUTDOOR ADVENTURE, THERE’S NO REASON YOU NEED TO LEAVE YOUR FUR BABY BEHIND.
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN = 6 MILES NORTH OF DOWNTOWN The hike is a mere 15-30 minutes to the top, depending if you take the stairway or pathway, but both routes lead to the same sweet view. HARLOW L AKE = 9.5 MILES NORTH OF DOWNTOWN In Marquette County, the Harlow Lake Area is known for its panoramic views and unparalleled mountain biking. But whether you’re up for a modest hike or some serious shredding, it’s safe to say that both you and your dog will dig this spot. WETMORE L ANDING BEACH = 7.5 MILES NORTH OF DOWNTOWN If lying in the sun, running along the shore, or splashing in the water with your best bud sounds like your dream day, then pack your towels and tennis balls and head to the Wetmore Landing Beach. TOURIST PARK = 2.5 MILES NORTH OF DOWNTOWN Probably the most popular pup-friendly place in town, the Tourist Park Trailhead (part of the NTN) is perfect for a leisurely walk on the leash or a fun game of fetch.
WANDER IN MARQUETTE COUNTY WE TAKE HIKING SERIOUSLY YEAR ROUND. HERE, EVERY SEASON HAS SOMETHING SPECIAL AND SPECIFIC TO OFFER. AND WITH OVER 150 MILES OF TRAILS, THERE ARE NO BOUNDS TO YOUR ADVENTURE.
GREAT HIKES NEARBY. PRESQUE ISLE PARK = is known for being picturesque, and if you’re up for a short hike, the 2-mile scenic stretch along Superior is one of the best. So leave your car and concerns in the front lot, and slip into island bliss. THE NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL = 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. LIT TLE PRESQUE TRACT = Little Presque never fails to impress, and with 18 miles of hiking trails and over 4 miles of Lake Superior shoreline, there’s tons to take in. Toss a water bottle and some bug spray in your bag and you’re good to go.
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RUNNING WITH OVER A HUNDRED MILES OF SNAKING SINGLE TRACK, ROCKY SHORELINE, AND PANORAMIC VIEWS, THERE’S NO REASON NOT TO MAKE MARQUETTE COUNTY YOUR MULTI-DAY TRAIL RUNNING DESTINATION.
SUGGESTIONS FOR BEGINNERS = Grom = NTN South Trails / 1.2 mi Difficulty = Easy Elevation = 116ft ↑ 124ft ↓
SUGGESTIONS FOR AMATEURS = Morgan Creek Loop = 7.1 mi Difficulty = Intermediate Elevation = 843ft ↑ 839ft ↓
SUGGESTIONS FOR EXPERTS = Blue Loop = Mt. Marquette / 3.8 mi Difficulty = Advanced Elevation = 642ft ↑ 637ft ↓
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COUNTRY VILLAGE RV RESORT 1200 Country Lane / Ishpeming 906.486.0300 Countryvillagervpark.com
NORTHERN LIGHTS CAMPGROUND M-95 / Republic 906.376.8827 Republicmichigan.com
STATE FOREST CAMPGROUNDS Van Riper, Anderson Lake, Bass Lake, Little Lake Squaw Lake, Moose Rapids Michigan.gov/dnr
GITCHEE GUMEE RV PARK 2048 M-28 / Marquette 906.249.9102 Gg-rv.com
PERKINS PARK AND CAMPGROUND Co Rd 550 / Big Bay 906.345.9353 Recreation.mqtco.org
TOURIST PARK CAMPGROUND 2145 Sugarloaf Ave / Marquette 906.228.0460 mqtcty.maxgalaxy.net/Campground.aspx
MICHIGAMME SHORES CAMPGROUND 64 Purple Rd / Michigamme 906.339.2116 Michigammeshorescampground.com
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ATV/ORV MARQUETTE COUNTY HAS MILES OF MAPPED, ORVDESIGNATED TRAILS TO EXPLORE. TO REQUEST A TRAIL GUIDE, CONTACT US AT 906.228.7749 OR THROUGH OUR WEBSITE AT TRAVELMARQUETTEMICHIGAN.COM. YOUR OFF-ROAD ADVENTURE IS JUST AROUND THE NEXT TRAIL BEND.
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HUNT WITH 18 PET-FRIENDLY PLACES TO STAY AND PLENTY OF NATURAL GAME, THEREâ€™S NO REASON YOU NEED TO LEAVE YOUR HUNTING BUDDY BEHIND.
IN THE FOREST = Between maintaining thousands of acres of forest, multiple public access points, one of the highest grouse flush rates in the state, and offering 18 dog-friendly hotels within minutes of great food and pubs,
Marquette County is a wildly popular hub for hunters. For hunting permits, maps of public hunting land, and the Michigan hunting season calendar visit Michigan.gov/dnr.
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CAST FROM LAKE SUPERIOR TO DOZENS OF SECLUDED WILDERNESS LAKES AND STREAMS, MARQUETTE COUNTY IS A FISHERMAN’S DREAM. LACE UP A ROD TO FLY FISH. DRILL A HOLE TO ICE FISH. LAUNCH A BOAT ON BIG WATER OR SMALL.
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LAKE SUPERIOR FISH SPECIES = Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Lake Trout, Whitefish, Steelhead, Splake INLAND LAKE SPECIES = Bluegill, Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Perch, Walleye RIVERS + STREAMS SPECIES = Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Steelhead
THE BOBBER SHOP 1320 S Front St / Marquette 906.362.3634 KASSEL’S KORNER 6400 US-41 / Marquette 906.249.1862 SUPERIOR OUTFITTERS 209 S Front St / Marquette 906.273.0229 Superioroutfitter.com
DAYBREAK CHARTERS 260 S Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.250.1052 daybreakfish.com RIVERS NORTH FLY FISHING GUIDE SERVICE 514 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.458.8125 riversnorth.net U.P. STREAM-GUIDED FISHING TRIPS 209 S Front St / Marquette 906.273.0229 superioroutfitter.com
For Michigan fishing, inland lake maps and more information, visit the Michigan.gov/dnr or contact the Marquette officeat 906.228.6561.
AUTUMN CALLS FOR SOME SERIOUS OUTDOOR ADVENTURE, AND BETWEEN THE COOLER DAYS AND WARMER COLORS, MARQUETTE COUNTY ALWAYS ANSWERS.
COLOR IN THE FORECAST. With its vibrant reds, vigorous golds and blissful, blustering breezes, autumn is the ultimate season. And although autumnâ€™s peak is only a few short weeks, your experience will be ingrained forever. So, take out your camera, take in the crisp autumn air, and capture the colors. Get started with these three outings. DRIVE UP COUNTY ROAD 550 = Climb Sugarloaf Mountain for a panoramic view of the Huron Mountains and Lake Superior. ontinue on 550 to the tiny town of Big Bay. C For the return trip, take County Road 510, a winding tunnel of autumn color. Stop at Thomas Rock for a vista that is both accessible and incredibly beautiful. Farther down the road visit Yellow Dog 510 Falls (a short hike down river) and Big Pup Creek Falls. Then stop at the 510 bridge (built over the Dead River) for a perfect pic of the fiery foliage.
MOUNT MARQUETTE = (not to be confused with Marquette Mountain) provides an expansive city-view accessible by car. urn left on Cliff Power Road two miles east T of downtown Marquette. This one-way drive will take you to the top of the mountain and back down to County Road 553.
THE IRON ORE HERITAGE TRAIL = is a 47-mile interpretive trail system spanning Marquette County from the Iron Range to Lake Superior. ome key points of interest include the S historic towns of Ishpeming and Negaunee, which are teeming with antique stores and radiating small-town charm. Stop into the Iron Industry Museum, which overlooks the Carp River and the site of the regionâ€™s first iron forge.
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DON’T LET THE SNOW STOP YOU—THE BEST WAY TO STAY WARM IS TO STAY ACTIVE—AFTERWARD, WARM UP WITH SOME COLD BEER AND HOT EATS.
DON’T HIBERNATE, CELEBRATE. In Marquette County our chilly climate adds a special, snowy twist to the mix for all of your favorite outdoor adventures and activities. Whether you strap on a pair of skis or snowshoes, or jump on a snowmobile or fat tire bike, there’s a ton of pristine terrain and stunning scenery to take in on snowscape trails. Did we mention there’s downhill skiing just minutes from downtown Marquette? Looking to stay in and warm up? You’re covered. Coffee shops, craft breweries, restaurants, saunas … Marquette’s full of places to keep cozy.
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HOP ON A FAT TIRE BIKE, PEDAL MILES OF KILLER GROOMED TRAILS, AND INFUSE YOUR WINTER WITH JOY.
MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN —
A FAT-BIKER’S DREAM TOWN. – Outside Magazine, 2018
WINTER ADVENTURES. Marquette County has comfortably made its name as the fat-biking Mecca of the U.S. For years we’ve celebrated the sport and perfected trail-grooming technology, paving the way for competing trail systems across the country. With an average snowfall of 200 inches, 80 miles of groomed singletrack, and three trail networks, we take snow biking and grooming seriously.
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WHEN SOLAR STORMS RAGE, THE NORTHERN LIGHTS IGNITE IN UNFORGETTABLE NIGHTS OVER LAKE SUPERIOR. MARQUETTE COUNTY IS ONE OF A FEW LOCATIONS IN THE LOWER 48 WHERE YOU CAN WITNESS THIS PHENOMENON FIRST-HAND.
TRACKING THE BEAUTY. Your odds of catching the northern lights are uncertain, but it’s surely worth a shot, and Marquette County just happens to be the perfect spot. The dark sky over Lake Superior is an awesome backdrop for a light show, without even having to leave the city. MCCARTY’S COVE = On this sandy beach located minutes from downtown, see the aurora borealis alongside another light display—the beam of the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse —which has swept Lake Superior for more than 150 years. PRESQUE ISLE PARK, AKA BLACKROCKS = This park provides the depth, the darkness and the feeling that you are miles away from the city, even though you haven’t left town. Just remember, the park closes at 11:00 p.m. in the summer and 8:00 p.m. in the winter. M-28 BEACH = For a more secluded spot, head out to M-28 Beach. This stretch of sandy shore offers stellar views of the night sky, 11 miles east of the city lights of Marquette. Tracking the northern lights takes patience, persistence, and probably luck. Improve your odds by checking the weather for clear skies and downloading a reputable app that offers aurora predictions.
GALLERIES + MUSEUMS
ARTIST MIKE HORTON
LOCAL ART IT’S NO SECRET MARQUETTE COUNTY IS CELEBRATED FOR A VIBRANT AND DIVERSE ART SCENE. Explore downtown galleries, museums and theaters. Check out our historic architecture and infrastructure. Our art is inspired by and created from our rugged nature and pristine waters, and our county’s rich mining culture.
ART GALLERIES BETH MILLNER JEWELRY
521 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.3540
LAKE SUPERIOR PHOTO
211 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.3686
MARQUETTE ARTS + CULTURE CENTER
Peter White Library 217 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.0472
THE STUDIO GALLERY
2905 N Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.228.2466
CHILDREN’S MUSEUM UPPER PENINSULA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
123 W. Baraga Ave. / Marquette 906.226.3911
ART MUSEUMS DEVOS ART MUSEUM
1401 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.227.2235
LAKENENLAND SCULPTURE PARK
2800 M-28 / Marquette 906.249.1132
FOREST ROBERTS THEATRE
Northern Michigan University 1401 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.227.2082
MARQUETTE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Kaufman Auditorium 611 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.0472
UPPER PENINSULA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
Performances @ Ore Dock Brewing 114 W Spring St / Marquette upshakes.org
218 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.7188
GALLERIES + MUSEUMS
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 #303 / Ishpeming 906.236.0042 facebook.com/ ishpemingareahistoricalsociety
If you’re visiting between May and October, you owe it to yourself to stop at the Marquette Maritime Museum. This little museum boasts a world-class collection of lighthouse lenses, artifacts from the Edmund Fitzgerald, World War II submarines and more. While you’re there, tour the iconic Marquette Harbor lighthouse, which began guiding mariners on Lake Superior in 1866.
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
Michigan Iron Industry Museum overlooks the Carp River and the site of the first iron forge in the Lake Superior region. This state-run museum offers a comprehensive overview of the industry that has shaped the region and the world.
MICHIGAN IRON INDUSTRY MUSEUM
73 Forge Rd / Negaunee 906.475.7857 facebook.com/ironindustrymuseum
Main St / Michigamme 906.323.6608 michigammetownship.com michigamme-museum
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
WHETHER YOU’RE AN AVID HISTORY BUFF, AN ARDENT LOVER OF THE ARTS OR A SPORTS FANATIC, MARQUETTE COUNTY HAS A MUSEUM TO MATCH YOUR INTERESTS. In Marquette, history is all around. Marquette Regional History Center has been celebrating that history for 100 years. Take a journey from the Ice Age to the present at the state-of-the-art facility in downtown Marquette.
#SHOP LIKE A LOCAL DOWNTOWN MARQUETTE IS WHERE IT’S AT. Farmers markets and food trucks, breweries and gastropubs, small shops and friendly faces—they all come together to create the bustle and buzz that fills our streets and makes Marquette the perfect base for your U.P. explorations.
ART U.P. STYLE
130 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.1993 artupstylegallery
PRESQUE ISLE ANTIQUE
1901 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 920.606.2805 Find on FB
AURORA PIERCING BOUTIQUE
110 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.273.1769 facebook.com/Aurorapiercing
QUEEN CITY RUNNING CO.
119 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.273.1781 Queencityrunningco.com
BETH MILLNER JEWELRY
521 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.3540 Bethmillner.com
QUICK STOP BIKE SHOP
1100 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.225.1577 quickstopbike.com
110 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.250.1253 Blackbirdmqt.com
REVISIONS DESIGN STUDIO
219 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2068 revisionsdesignstudio.com
100 W Washington St / Marquette 906.362.7876 Boomerangretro.com
118 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.228.4448 snowboundbooks.com
121 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0553 chickadees.biz
108 W Washington St / Marquette 906.235.1887 spicemerchants.biz
110 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.6920 mqtcountrycharm.com
SPORTS RACK LTD.
315 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.1766 sportsrackmqt.com
514 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.7112 downwindsports.com
209 S Front St / Marquette 906.273.0229 superioroutfitter.com
218 S Front St / Marquette 906.226.3561 getzs.com
145 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2747 facebook.com/TaigaGames
GITCHE GUMEE RECORDS
130 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2266 facebook.com/GitcheGumeeCafeAnd Records
THE GATHERED EARTH
131 W. Washington St / Marquette 906.273.1617 Thegatheredearth.com
505 N Lakeshore Blvd / Marquette 906.228.7547 lakeshorebikemarquette.com
TOUCH OF FINLAND
2853 US-41 / Marquette 906.226.2567 touchoffinland.com
114 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.3894 michiganfair.com
U.P. SUPPLY CO.
221 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2848 upsupply.co
NORTHERN LIGHTS GLASS
415 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.235.5403 facebook.com/northernlights.glass
503 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.204.2255 yoopershirts.com
125 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.4604 panaraimports.com
1015 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.273.0568 yooptone.com
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#EAT LIKE A LOCAL OUR DOWNTOWN OFFERS BIG CITY TASTE WITH A SMALL-TOWN FEEL. Discover more than a dozen dining options, from white linen farm-to-table service to casual Tex-Mex to inventive takes on Lake Superior-fresh whitefish. We are passionate about what we eat, and about where our food comes from.
227 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.5511 / aubrees.com
MIDTOWN BAKERY + CAFE
317 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.0064 facebook.com/MidtownBakeryCafe
130 W Washington St / Marquette 906.399.5290
230 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.2580 thelandmarkinn.com/dining
800 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.228.0100 / bordergrill.net
105 E Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2222 / solaztecamqt.net
517 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.7009 cafebodegamqt.com
102 W Washington St #115 Marquette 906.273.1531 / steinhausmqt.com
1106 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.228.5012 / thecasa.us
STUCKO’S PUB + GRILL
900 N 3rd St, / Marquette 906.226.1112 / stuckospub.com
139 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.2455 / delftbistro.com
1031 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.225.5945 marquettethaihouse.com
154 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.6399 digsmarquette.com
906 SPORTS BAR + GRILL
145 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0706 / 906barandgrill.com
137 W Washington St / Marquette 906.226.6110 donckersonline.com
113 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.273-2069 / marqrestaurant.com
ELIZABETH’S CHOP HOUSE
113 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.0900 elizabethschophouse.com
230 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.2580 piedmontmarquette.com
HARLEY’S RESTAURANT + LOUNGE
412 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.6000 ramadamarquette.com/lounge-69
THE PORTSIDE INN
239 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.2041 / theportsideinn.com
HUDSON’S CLASSIC BAR + GRILL
2433 US-41 W / Marquette 906.225.5119 hudsonsmarquette.com
TOGO’S SUBMARINE SHOP
1000 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.6535 / togostogo.com
105 E Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0990 /Ironbaymqt.com
THE UPNORTH LODGE
215 S County Road 557 / Gwinn 906.346.9815 theupnorthlodge.com
801 N Teal Lake Ave / Negaunee 906.475.6828 irontownpasties.com
927 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.228.7707 / vangospizza.com
305 Iron St / Negaunee 906.401.0411 / jacksonspit.com
119 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.3533 / thevierling.com
145 Jackson Cut Alley / Marquette 906.226.8200 marquettecajun.com
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#DRINK LIKE A LOCAL With endless opportunity to adventure and explore during the day, you may be wondering what we do for fun when the sun goes down. With four breweries and a wine bar, there’s plenty of opportunity to taste life like a local.
906 SPORTS BAR
145 W Washington St / Marquette 906.273.0706 906barandgrill.com
ORE DOCK BREWING COMPANY
114 W Spring St / Marquette 906.228.8888 facebook.com/OreDock
BARREL + BEAM BREWERY
260 Northwoods Rd / Marquette 906.273.2559 facebook.com/barrelandbeam
922 W Washington St / Marquette 906.225.1534
149 W Baraga Ave / Marquette 906.273.2010 facebook.com/BreakersRoadhouse
111 S 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.9133
424 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.273.1333 facebook.com/BlackrocksBrewery
THE DRY DOCK
5029 US-41 / Marquette 906.249.3298
429 W Washington St / Marquette 906.228.8865 Flanigans.net
THE WOODEN NICKEL
1751 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.228.2452 Woodennickelmqt.com
MARQUETTE HARBOR BREWERY
119 S Front St / Marquette 906.228.3533 facebook.com/TheVierling
THIRD BASE BAR
726 N 3rd St / Marquette 906.226.9581
230 N Front St / Marquette 906.228.2580 thelandmarkinn.com
ZEPHYR WINE BAR
215 S. Front St / Marquette 906.225.5470 facebook.com/UPwinebar
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BIG BAY THE HISTORIC TOWN OF BIG BAY BEGAN AS “RED TOWN,” ON THE SHORES OF LAKE INDEPENDENCE IN NORTHERN MARQUETTE COUNTY.
Always a sawmill town, the tiny burg attracted the Brunswick company, which cut bowling pin blanks here in the early 1900s. Brunswick also raised the level of the lake and moved the town to its present location. In 1940 Henry Ford purchased most of the town for its lumber resources. He renovated the hotel for his company and added a post office and private quarters.
Visitors can stay in the Ford Suites and venture out to the Yellow Dog River Waterfalls, Thomas Rock Overlook, Perkins Park Campground, and historic Burns Landing. The Lake Superior shore is minutes away. Enjoy fishing, boating, birding, hiking, swimming, Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, and exploring the many waterfalls and overlooks the area has to offer.
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NEGAUNEE // ISHPEMING Whether to purchase or merely peruse, there’s a sense of awe in exploring new aisles shelved with old goods. And with the multitude of antique stores & thrift shops in Marquette County, there’s lots of opportunity for dated discoveries.
ANTIQUES OF REPUBLIC Antiques, oddities, collectibles, books, vinyl, furniture and some originals.
129 Kloman Ave / Republic antiquesofrepublic.com
BIRDCAGE ANTIQUES Bought and sold antiques, eclectic decor, furniture books, decorative items, vintage clothing, records and more.
1313 S Front St / Marquette 906.273.2888
BOOMERANG RETRO AND RELICS Celebrating Mid-Century style.
100 W Washington St / Marquette 906.362.7876 boomerangretro.com
FIRST STREET ANTIQUES Antiques and collectibles, furniture refinishing available.
107 S 1st St / Ishpeming 906.236.3927 // 906.204.2288
405 Iron St / Negaunee 906.401.0525
KATE’S COLLECTIBLES Antique shop with a U.P. flavor open June through October.
28 US 41 E / Negaunee 906.475.4443
LOWENSTEIN’S ANTIQUE MARKETPLACE Multi-dealer antique mall located in a 1916 department store building.
334 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.4567
MAIN STREET ANTIQUE MALL More than 40 dealers and consignors on three floors with over 8,000 sq. ft., set in the historic Gately’s Department Store building.
121 S Main St / Ishpeming 906.486.8680 mainstreetantiquemall.net
OLD BANK BUILDING ANTIQUES Three floors of antiques, vintage, natural foods and more.
331 Iron St / Negaunee 906.475.4777
PRESQUE ISLE ANTIQUE SALVAGE AND DECOR Antiques, vintage clothing, furniture, decor, and more. RE: HOME Repurposed, re-imagined furniture and decor elements inside the Gossard Building.
SUSIE Q’S Antiques, home decor and more.
1901 Presque Isle Ave / Marquette 906.225.5521 // 920.606.2805
308 Cleveland Ave / Ishpeming 906.362.1329
200 S Main St / Ishpeming 906.869.2807
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906.249.1712 1010 M-28 E / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Full/ Efficiency Kitchen, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Spa/Sauna/Jacuzzi
906.228.7538 2090 US-41 S / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Full/ Efficiency Kitchen, Indoor/Outdoor Pool
BLUEBERRY RIDGE B&B
906.251.0219 193 Oakridge Dr / Marquette
Free Breakfast, Free Wifi
BRENTWOOD MOTOR INN /BUDGET HOST
906.228.7494 2603 US-41 / Marquette
Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Full/Efficiency Kitchen
CEDAR MOTOR INN
906.228.2280 2523 US-41 W / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Full/ Efficiency Kitchen, Indoor/Outdoor Pool Meeting Rooms, Spa/ Sauna/Jacuzzi
COMFORT SUITES OF MARQUETTE
906.228.0028 2463 US-41 W / Marquette
Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Indoor Jacuzzi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Meeting Rooms, Restaurant/Lounge
COUNTRY INN AND SUITES
906.225.1300 2403 US-41 W / Marquette
Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, IndoorJacuzzi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Meeting Rooms, Spa/ Sauna/Jacuzzi
DAYS INN OF MARQUETTE
906.225.1393 2472 US-41 W / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Meeting Rooms, Restaurant/Lounge, Spa/ Sauna/Jacuzzi
ECONO LODGE LAKESIDE
906.225.1305 2050 US-41 S / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast, Free Wifi
906.228.6001 461 S. Lakeshore Blvd. / Marquette
Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Meeting Rooms, Spa/ Sauna/Jacuzzi
HOLIDAY INN OF MARQUETTE
906.226.1351 1951 US-41 W / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Meeting Rooms, Restaurant/Lounge, Spa/ Sauna/Jacuzzi
906.228.7430 2493 US-41 W / Marquette
906.228.2580 230 N. Front St / Marquette
Free Wifi, Indoor Jacuzzi, Meeting Rooms, Restaurant/Lounge
MARQUETTE MOTOR LODGE
906.249.1404 5057 US-41 S / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi, Full/ Efficiency Kitchen
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906.232.1111 2383 US-41 W / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi, Full/ Efficiency Kitchen
RAMADA OF MARQUETTE
906.228.6000 412 W. Washington St / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi, Indoor Jacuzz, IndoorOutdoor Pool, Meeting Rooms, Restaurant/Lounge, Spa/ Sauna/Jacuzzi
RIPPLING RIVER RESORT
906.273.2259 4321 M-553 / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Spa/ Sauna/ Jacuzzi
906.225.9901 855 W. Washington St / Marquette
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Meeting Rooms
888.276.9214 // 906.228.8100 1275 US-41 W / Marquette
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906.346.7901 190 M-35 / Gwinn
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi, Full/Efficiency Kitchen
TOWER VACATION HOMES
906.346.7911 4430 Electra / Gwinn
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi, Full/Efficiency Kitchen
BIG BAY MOTEL
906.345.9444 96 Bensinger St / Big Bay
Accepts Pets, Free Wifi
BIG BAY POINT LIGHTHOUSE B&B
906.345.9957 3 Lighthouse Rd / Big Bay
Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Indoor Jacuzzi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool, Spa/Sauna/Jacuzzi
THUNDER BAY INN
906.345.9220 400 Bensinger / Big Bay
Free Breakfast, Meeting Rooms Restaurant/Lounge
906.475.6608 349 US-41 E / Negaunee
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast
JASPER RIDGE INN
906.458.2378 1000 River Parkway / Ishpeming
Free Breakfast, Free Wifi, Full/Efficiency Kitchen, Indoor Jacuzzi
MAGNUSON COUNTRY INN
906.485.6345 850 US-41 W / Ishpeming
Accepts Pets, Free Breakfast, Free Wifi Indoor Jacuzzi, Indoor/Outdoor Pool
906.485.5537 105 N Rose St / Ishpeming
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Open 7 days a week www.stuckospub.com 900 N. Third Street | Marquette, MI | 906-226-1112
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