Motorcycle touring along Lake Superior.
One of Marquette's 77 waterfalls!
Mountain bikers on Marquette's south trails
A Kayaker plunges down Dead River Falls
Carp River Falls

Making The Most of Every Season

Whitewater KayakingWe believe in making the most of every season in Marquette County. We offer opportunities to explore beautiful spring in Marquette County through kayaking, biking, hiking, stand up paddle boarding, hunting for waterfalls and so much more! Our miles of extensive trails and amazing hikes to magnificent views offer everyone the chance to experience the beautiful spring season unique to the U.P. So what are you waiting for?  This is your invitation to find your human nature in Marquette County, don’t let spring slip by without visiting one of Marquette County’s many magical waterfalls. Contact us at 906.228.7749 and ask for your very own copy of our hike & bike guide or waterfall maps.

Learn more about this spectacular event and others by visiting our calendar for upcoming events.

What's your human nature?

SUP-10764Make a splash into the summer with a kayak or stand up paddle board adventure in Marquette County! Set up your adventure through one of our local outfitters such as Big Bay Outfitters, Uncle Ducky Outfitters, and the new Crestone Adventures. Or if stand up paddle boarding is more your style be sure to check out SUP Brah rentals. Most of these companies also offer guided trips.
To learn more about these great resources to help you get out and enjoy the waters of Marquette County click here.

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Marquette’s South Trails Network: Close-By Outdoor Adventure in Any Season

If you weren’t able to participate in this year’s Ore 2 Shore Mountain Biking Epic, or if mountain biking isn’t your thing, you don’t have to look far for a more suitable outdoor adventure in Marquette County. The city of Marquette’s South Trails Network, part of the larger Noquemanon Trails Network and alternatively known as the Heartwood Trail System, has earned a deserved reputation as one of the country’s premier all-season trail networks. Whether you use the trails in winter, summer or fall — or even spring, better known as “mud season” — you’ll find something to love about this homegrown adventure paradise.

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