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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Breweries


blackrocks_logoBlackckrocks Brewery
424 N 3rd S.
Marquette, MI 49855
906.273.1333
www.blackrocksbrewery.com

Marquette’s first nano brewery offers a variety of brews in their cozy tap room, located on 3rd Street.  Located in a small house which is now their brewery and tasting room, Blackrock’s has a neighborly feel where people can meet, play chess or debate politics.

At Blackrocks Brewery, their mission is to have fun and brew great beer that challenges conventional norms.  They offer you a wide variety of beers and rotate them regularly.  The Blackrocks experience is local, unique, and diverse.

jasper_logoJasper Ridge Restaurant & Brewery
1075 Country Lane
Ishpeming MI 49849
906.485.6017
www.jasperridgebrewery.com

Established in 1996, the Jasper Ridge Brewery produces beer made from all natural ingredients such as malts, hops, yeast, and water to create beer that is bursting with individual flavor, color, and aroma.  They provide it to you fresh from their 10 barrel all-grain brewing system on their property.  They’ve rediscovered the rich, enjoyable flavor of fresh brewed beer.

Ore Dock Breoredock_logowing Company
114 W. Spring St.
Marquette, MI
906.228.8888
www.ore-dock.com

Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday: Noon – 11 p.m.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday: Noon – 12 a.m.

Specializing in Belgian and American style ales.  Ore Dock Brewing Company offers tours, a tasting room, and community space where outside food is welcome.  Brewed with Lake Superior water and located in the heart of downtown Marquette, Ore Dock Brewing Company is where craft beer and community meet.

veirling_logoThe Vierling
119 South Front Street
Marquette, MI 49855
906.228.3533
www.thevierling.com

The Historic Vierling Restaurant has been a focal point in downtown Marquette for over one hundred years.  Located on the corner of Front and Main Streets, the building was originally owned by Martin Vierling.  It has had a variety of other names and proprietors over the years, but it has remained a place to meet, talk business, relax, and celebrate.