Lodging, Businesses, and Recreation
On Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
The harbor town of Marquette Michigan is located on the shores of Lake Superior and is the largest city in the Upper Peninsula.
Enjoy the natural beauty of Presque Isle Park, the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse, full service marinas, historic buildings, museums, fine restaurants, shopping, art galleries, interesting places to visit, and great recreational opportunities in Marquette, Michigan. (map)
Snowmobile, ATV, Bike, & Boat Rentals, Charter Fishing, Cruises, Shopping, and Museums in Marquette, MI
Beachcomber's Cottage is located 14 miles east of Marquette on the sandy shores of Lake Superior. The cottage has two bedrooms and is nestled in the woods by the lake. The living area has patio doors that open onto the deck, a wonderful spot to relax and enjoy the beauty of Lake Superior. Cobblestone path to the sandy beach and a beach deck near the water. Beachcomber’s Cottage, Highway M-26, Marquette, MI, 49855. Phone: 206-937-1276.
Cedar Creek Cabin is nestled on 4 acres of wooded land, just 5 miles south of Marquette, MI on the shores of Cedar Creek. The Living area has Cable TV and a wood-burning fireplace. Complete kitchen with full size appliances. The cabin has two bedrooms, one bath, and will sleep up to 6 guests. Relax on the deck and enjoy this peaceful setting while visiting Marquette or taking part in the wonderful recreation the area offers. Easy access to snowmobile and ATV trails and near Marquette Mountain for skiing and snowboarding. Pets Welcome. 647 Cherry Creek Road, Marquette, MI 49855 Phone: (906) 249-9590 or (906) 250-6770.
Seacoast Lakeshore Resort, 4012 Hwy M-28 E, Sand River, MI, only 15 miles east of Marquette Phone: 906-343-6710 or or 805-723-4223. Bungalow Cottage, Loft, and comfortable family suites with free Wi-Fi. TV with HBO. Across from Lake Superior with a wonderful sand beach. Gas grills, picnic tables, and outdoor swings. Relax and enjoy this outstanding view of Lake Superior. On the trail.
Loldging in Marquette County
Food and Lodging in Big Bay (25 miles
north of Marquette on Lake Superior.
LODGING and CAMPING in ISHPEMING, MI, 13 miles west of Marquette on Highways US-41 &M-28
The Markell Company: Roofing: Commercial & Residential; Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication; Commercial Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning; Commercial Kitchen Hoods; Dust and Fume Exhaust Systems; and Brick Restoration & Waterproofing for the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Northern Wisconsin at The Markell Company, 1227 S. Milwaukee Avenue, Iron Mountain, MI. Phone (906) 774-0240 or Toll Free: 1-888-799-0240.
Marquette General Health System - 580 W. College Ave. - Marquette, MI 49855 Phone: 906-228-9440 or 1-800-562-9753
Powersports of Marquette is a full service dealer offering sales, certified service, and parts in the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Sales of boats, pontoons, motors, ATV's, UTV's, snowmobiles, and motorcycles. Snowmobile rental. Marquette Powersports, 241 U.S. 41 East, Negaunee, MI 49866. Phone: 906-228-4040
Northern Michigan University, 1401 Presque Isle Ave, Marquette, MI 49855 1-800-682-9797 or 906-227-1000
Superior Odyssey Ship's Store features mugs, T-Shirts, Hoodies, Knot Work, and Bear Pond Woodscraft created by Captain Niko Economides. Custom Woodwork includes Hand Carved Dove Tail Chests, Wall Cabinets, Sculptures, Furniture, plus much more. Stop by the Superior Odyssey Coaster II docked the Marquette Lower Harbor or Phone 906-361-3668
CarolBradyRealEstate.com handles property from vacant lots to lighthouses in the Marquette and Big Bay area. Call Carol Brady, Associate Broker and Realtor with Select Realty in Marquette, Michigan, for all your real estate needs. We offer residential property, camps, cottages, waterfront, vacant land, and commercial property, including the lighthouse in Big Bay. Born in Marquette, Carol is very familiar with the Upper Peninsula and offers personal attention for buyers and sellers. Select Realty, 1901 West Ridge Street, Marquette, MI 49855. Phone Carol at: (906) 362-3152
Northern Michigan Land Brokers offers property in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Our office is located in Marquette but we feature a wide variety of waterfront, recreational, preservation, hunting tracks, and commercial properties, as well as cabins, cottages, and residential homes throughout the Upper Peninsula. We are a buyer-seller agency. Contact one of our knowledgeable agents to find that property you have always desired. Northern Michigan Land Brokers, 2552 US 41 West, Suite 100, Marquette, MI 49855. Phone: 906-225-5263.
Boat, ATV, & Snowmobile Rentals at Marquette Power Sports
UP 200 Sled Dog Race from Marquette to Grand Marais and back. Departs downtown Marquette at 6pm, Friday, February 12. See the dogs and the mushers, Several events held that are fun for the family. This is an Iditarod qualifying race. Midnight Run: 90 miles. Departs Marquette at midnight on Friday. Saturday: Marquette to Chatham and back to the Lower Harbor; JackPine 30. 26 mile race starting and ending at Larry's Family Food in Gwinn.
Cross Country Ski Trails in Marquette County
Golf: Red Fox Run Golf Club, 217 Fifth Street, Gwinn, MI 49841 is an 18-hole public golf course located just 16 miles south of Marquette and three minutes from Sawyer International Airport. The Course has a full driving range and short game area. Red Fox Run Golf Course is under new ownership and the pro shop and clubhouse have been completely renovated. The course plays to 6,098 yards and is par 70. Phone: 906-346-7010
Horseback Riding at Heritage Hills. Enjoy a peaceful trail ride on a gentle horse through a variety of terrain: open fields, forests, and hills, that was once the old Wawonowin Golf Course! Located in the wilderness area between Ishpeming and Negaunee, just 15 miles west of Marquette. Open year round, weather permitting, for guided trail rides and hand-held horse or pony rides. Walk-ins welcome during the summer months, reservations only during fall, winter and spring. Call 906-361-8768 for reservations.
Pictured Rocks Guided Sea Kayak Tours, Munising, Michigan. Enjoy the stunning beauty of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore from the water. We offer a variety of guided sea kayak tours for all ages and experience levels. All kayaking gear included. Uncle Ducky Paddling Michigan Shop, 1331 West M-28, Munising MI 49855. Phone: 906-387-1695
Rafting at Piers Gorge and the Sturgeon River with Northwoods Adventures in Iron Mountain, Michigan. Located at the corner of M-95 & US-2 on the north side of Iron Mountain, Northwoods Adventures offers several rafting trips daily. Experienced rafting guides. All equipment provided. Call to schedule a thrilling ride down these exciting rapids. Northwoods Adventures Rafting Outfitter, N4017 US Highway 2, Iron Mountain, MI 40901. Phone: 906-563-5450
Snowmobile and ATV Rentals in the Marquette Area of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Snowmobile Trail Report for Marquette County
Enjoy our many Festivals, Arts and Craft Shows, and Special Events that are scheduled throughout the year along with our many sporting events such as sled dog races, mountain bike races, and cross-country ski events.
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Lodging accommodations, cabins, cottages, motels, B&B's, vacation homes in Marquette MI in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Vacation in Marquette County and enjoy special events, fine restaurants, unique shops, galleries, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, canoeing, fishing, sea-kayaking, scuba diving, hiking, mountain biking, golfing, shopping, and sightseeing.