… a place that encompasses one of America’s greatest small cities and a collection of historic towns and villages. Located in the heart of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, here life happens at a different pace. The best nature has to offer is never more than a moment away. Proud waters, rugged landscape and hardwood forests stretch as far as the eye can see.
Stay awhile where the deep blue of Lake Superior meets the shimmering Northern Lights. Where lodging accommodations exceed your expectations, with views and amenities that rival those of the finest destinations in the world. 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.
Celebrate the local flavors of Marquette’s Eastside Dining District during the fourth annual Marquette Restaurant WeekMarch 8-14, 2015.
Even though it may not feel like it outside, spring is quickly approaching. With such a cold and snowy winter that continues to linger on, sometimes it’s tough to crack out of that winter funk. Well, March in Marquette County is loaded with awesome events and activities that are sure to pull you off the couch and beat those winter… Read More
The Ultimate Fat Biking Resource
In the late depths of winter, it’s still possible to get out and rip around on a bike. Marquette County has been getting plenty of media attention this winter due to the ever-booming and ultra-unique niche pastime made popular in the area, Fat Tire Snow Biking. So, what the heck is “Fat Biking” anyways? Well, here are all the “ins… Read More
Marquette Knows Snow
A downhill skier enjoys hitting jumps at the terrain park at Marquette Mountain Ski Area in Marquette. Claiming that Upper Michigan has gotten a lot of snowfall this winter would be a hefty understatement. With snowfall totals hovering around 140 inches, Marquette County as well as neighboring northern Michigan areas have seen some of the most drastic snowfall totals in… Read More