Summer’s arrival in Marquette means nearly 16 sun-soaked hours of daylight on Lake Superior’s southern shoreline. For us, that means 960 minutes a day to explore the over 100 miles of carefully crafted mountain bike trails packed with bar-dragging berms, stomach dropping rock rolls, and more features found only in Marquette County’s glacier-cut landscape. Need proof? Here’s four unique trails in two minutes. Now what will you do with the other 958?
Stay awhile where the deep blue of Lake Superior meets the shimmering Northern Lights. Where lodging accommodations exceed your expectations, all within minutes of city and woodland adventures. Where delectable cuisine is served with craft beer coaxed from the purest ingredients.
There’s a reason they call it Human Nature. We were meant to be outdoors. We were meant to play under the big blue sky. We were meant to adventure beyond our own backyard; to feel the sun and wind on our faces.
Travel to a place where humans and nature go together in every minute, every day and all year, always.
What’s your human nature? Whatever it is, you’ll find it here in Marquette County, Michigan.