Explore Marquette and the surrounding area. So many things to do!
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McCarty's Cove is the great beach next to the Marquette Coast Guard Station.
Lower Harbor ore dock. Not working but historic.
One of our favorite places to walk and think.
Up close and personal! There have been so many ideas of what to do with this. Thankfully it is still there.
Once a Yooper, always a Yooper.
Walking back from the breakwall. Marquette Lower Harbor
Makin' snow at the ski hill! Cliffs Ridge is named after Cliffs Ridge Run at the top of Rocket. You can see our roof from there!
The beach between the Coast Guard Station and Picnic Rocks.
Ore boat headed for the Upper Harbor ore dock; passing behind the Coast Guard Station.
Martini at Elizabeth's Chop House. On the deck with girlfriends. Yum.
Lilacs while walking on the bikepath. Marquette has 35 miles of interconnected bike and walking paths. Where will you go?
Cliffs Ridge is exactly one mile from the ski hill. Closest single-house accommodation!
Clancy chasing waves. Love this beach, but it is private.
Looking at Marquette skyline from the beach at Lakewood Lane.
Walking and enjoying the view of Lake Superior.
The Lighthouse! Tours are available at the Marquette Maritime Museum.
Camp sunrise at Lakewood Lane.
You can still jump off Black Rocks. Just be very careful about where you park.
Walking in the water. Lake Superior cures whatever may ail you. Promised.
Lower Harbor sailing cruises.
Entrance to Presque Isle. Pronounced the French way.
Perkins Park. In the Jimmy Stewart movie "Anatomy of a Murder".
The newest park in the Marquette system, Clark Lambros was a Marquette icon. Vango's, his restaurant, is still open on Third Street and is a definite must-do for guests.
From Mattson Park, Lower Harbor.
Home of Harbor Fest, Fourth of July events, BrewFest, JazzFest, and so much more.
So much to do here!
Let's go around the Island! Marquette institution. Jump off Black Rocks, get an ice cream cone. Watch for deer! You can also walk the Upper Harbor breakwall here.
Tall ships were here on their Great Lakes tour!