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

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The Catch and Cook Program

The Landmark Inn will be collaborating with the Day Break Charter fishing guides to offer a unique opportunity titled “Catch and Cook”. Participants will take part in a chartered fishing excursion, after which the Day Break Charter crew will transport the catch to the Landmark Inn to be prepared by their renowned chefs. The fishing adventures include offshore fishing trips to the famous Stannard Rock which is about 60 miles off shore from Marquette.  If you are more interested in fishing closer to shore  there is also the opportunity to fish for species such as Lake Trout, King Salmon, Coho Salmon, Steelhead, and Brown Trout. The beauty of the Marquette area surrounds you and fish are usually found within 5 miles of shore. All fishing tackle and gear is provided for you with every trip and your catch will be cleaned and packed for you upon arrival to land. Read More

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Take the Top to Bottom Trail to Beautiful Tourist Park

Are you looking for a substantial, close-by hike that won’t leave you sucking wind and aching to your bones? You don’t have to scramble up Hogback or Sugarloaf to feel like you’ve accomplished something in the woods near Marquette. Along the Top to Bottom Trail, which is known by various other names depending on who you talk to, you can use the power of gravity to your advantage as you make your way from the Forestville Trailhead to the beautiful confines of Marquette’s famous Tourist Park. Depending on when you go, you’ll enjoy the solitude and calm of an Upper Peninsula wilderness winter, the hopeful beauty of a long-awaited spring, the full-throated majesty of a Northwoods summer, or the brief but stunning display of autumn.

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