• Presque Isle

      Just minutes from Downtown Marquette, Presque Isle Park is a perfect place to launch a kayak, canoe, or stand up paddle board into Lake Superior, with access points from the beach, the harbor and Blackrocks.

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    • McCarty’s Cove

      Among the most popular of Marquette beaches is McCarty’s Cove, which is not only conveniently close to downtown but also home to the Harbor Lighthouse. The beach is super family-friendly as it’s both sandy and supervised.

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    • Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

      People come from all over the world to visit Munising’s Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore—with its colorful, geologically grand rock formations—it’s one of Michigan’s most popular tourist destinations. Whether you decide to paddle or hike, it’s definitely worth the daytrip.

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    • Little Presque

      Dubbed the ‘crown jewel’ of Lake Superior, Little Presque is a gorgeous gem with bedrock dating back to 2.3 billion years. Its sandstone cliffs reach nearly 60 ft and are often a spot where locals jump off in the summertime. A life-vest is heavily recommended for paddling this location, as currents in this area can be not only dangerous, but deadly.

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    • The Zoo (Presque Isle)

      If you’re looking for some wild unsalted surfing then The Zoo is your go to.

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