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So many things to do...just click on the pictures below to find more information.
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Links to area weather, fishing, activities
Check on Lake Michigamme fishing. Weather, temperature and so much more. Click here.
Just one of several boat tours on Lake Superior.
Constant updates on things going on in our area. Click on the picture for a link to get direct access.
A variety of things to do around Munising. Click here to check them out.
Something for the Adventurous. Only open during the summer months, this is a hiker, biker, explore type of place. Click here for more information.
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Marquette has a host of things to do.
Want to know more about Lake Michigamme? Need a map? Check out our snowmobile trails. See the boat parade, fishing spots.
Michigamme Shores Campground
This complex is the largest (bear only) Bear Ranch in the entire United States of America.
Van Riper State Park
Scuba Dive the Lake Superior Shipwrecks
Quincy Mine & Tours
Houghton Historical Society
Moosewood Nature Center
Copper Peak Adventure Ride
Mt Arvon enjoy the hike
Live Performances and so much more
Calumet Theatre - Enjoy dinner before sitting to watch musical groups, comic relief or even movies with inside information. Tours available.
Celebrating 90 years in the community! Now used for theatre productions.
Built over 100 years ago as a boat out, the theatre takes over in summer to create remarkable productions.
Check out their 2017 Season.
Museums in the area.
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Michigamme has many remarkable artifacts from 'Anatomy of a Murder' props to a log house.
This museum provides the heritage of the Marquette Iron Range on Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Many events are offered to continue the knowledge of the maritime history of the area.
Certainly a 'hands on' museum. Offers a variety of activities for those who want an afternoon fun or a specialized program.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame and Museum is located in Ishpeming, Michigan, the birthplace of organized skiing in the United States.
See local Historical Artifacts representing the local Community during the Great Mining Era.
KI Sawyer Museum is located on the old Air Force base.
This unique Village with it's sawmill was built by Henry Ford in the midst of his Northern Forest holdings.
World War II Glider and Military Museum
Fayette Historic Townsite
WWI Remembered Exhibit February - August NMU
Marquette Regional History Center
Lighthouses in the Area
The Huron Island Lighthouse, built on West Huron Island in 1868, is located three miles off of the Michigan coast in Lake Superior. The island is one of several that make up Huron National Wildlife Refuge.
Granite Island’s location approximately twelve-and-a-half miles to the northeast represented a major threat to vessels.
The Big Bay lighthouse stands on a rocky point halfway between Marquette and the Keweenaw Portage Entry.
Located at the end of a rugged stone breakwater at Marquette’s Presque Isle Park, the red beacon still guides ships day and night into the railroad ore docks.
The Marquette Lighthouse is located on an active U.S. Coast Guard Base and therefore there is no public access to the Lighthouse except through a tour from the Maritime Museum.
Crisp Point Lighthouse
Festivals in the Area
JULY - Strawberry Festival The Strawberry Festival, held in the downtown Chassell area, is two days of family fun the first weekend in July that isn't the 4th of July.
JULY - 4th of July Celebration in Michigamme. Fireworks on the 3rd, Parade & Games on the 4th.
JULY - Fort Wilkins State Park is the sight for a reenactment.
JULY - Blueberry Festival in Marquette.
JULY - Art on the Rocks & the Outback Art Festival
Three days of world class blues music, workshops, a dance floor, vendors, and a wide array of food and beverage choices!
The Hiawatha Festival is the only event of its size and scope in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
August Waterfront Arts Festival
September - Michigan Brewers U.P. Fall Beer Festval
Copper Fest Heritage Festival June 23-25, 2017
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