Discover Exciting Attractions near our Marquette, MI Hotel
Located just three miles from Downtown Marquette and Northern Michigan University, our hotel offers a prime location for visiting business and leisure travelers as well as families. We are also only three minutes from the glistening shores of Lake Superior, and a stay at the Country Inn & Suites Marquette offers you the chance to explore beautiful sandy beaches, spectacular Sugarloaf Mountain, the Noquemanon Trail Network and more. We are close to many popular indoor attractions like the Upper Peninsula Children's Museum, Marquette Maritime Museum, and Marquette Historical Society Museum. With its central location and great amenities, this Country Inn & Suites provides the perfect stop for visitors traveling to Marquette and through northern Michigan.
For more information about local events and attractions, please visit the Marquette Country Convention & Visitor's Bureau's events calendar
The following attractions are located near our hotel's Marquette, MI location:
Additional attractions near our Marquette, MI hotel include:
- Lake Superior (3.0 miles)
Located just three miles away, Lake Superior, the largest fresh water lake in the world, offers a variety of activities, including swimming, canoeing, shoreline hiking trails, boating and more.
- Marquette County History Center (2.7 miles)
Sponsored by the oldest historical society in the Upper Peninsula region, the recently relocated Marquette Museum offers a fun, educational experience. Filled with displays exploring topics such as the cultural identity of the Upper Peninsula, the region's Native American tribes, the history of the firearm, prehistoric copper trade and more, you are sure to learn something about our amazing county.
Phone: +1 (906) 226-3571
- Marquette Maritime Museum (3.7 miles)
Open during the summer season, this fascinating museum in Marquette is dedicated to protecting and preserving Lake Superior's maritime legacy. The museum features exhibits of lighthouse lenses, Marquette and Lake Superior shipwrecks, the history of early coast guards, tours of local lighthouses and more.
Phone: +1 (906) 226-2006
- Noquemanon Trail Network (3.0 miles)
A great outdoor escape for the whole family, this Marquette trail system is filled with the unspoiled, wild beauty of the Upper Peninsula and offers ample space to walk, run, bike, hike, ride horseback, canoe, kayak, ski or snowshoe on this large trail. Ask our desk staff for a map!
Phone: +1 (906) 228-6182
- Northern Michigan University (2.8 miles)
Offering degrees in everything from pre-medical and entrepreneurship to English and zoology, NMU is a mid-sized public college, with 9,400 undergraduate and graduate students. NMU boasts a 350-acre campus, 52 facilities, a student to faculty ratio of 31 to 1 and over 100 years of experience educating Michigan's young adults.
Phone: +1 (800) 682-9797
- Upper Peninsula Children's Museum (2.9 miles)
This engaging children's museum encourages kids to explore the world around them through interactive, hands-on exhibits such as the Cloverland Car Garage, "Over The Air" airplane exhibit, "The Incredible Journey" nutrition adventure and much more.
Phone: +1 (906) 226-3911
- Marquette Golf Club and Greywalls Course (1.5 miles)
Nestled in the highlands surrounding Marquette, Michigan, you'll find Marquette Golf Club, Upper Michigan's only 36-hole facility. Opened in 1926, the semi-private club has expanded to include The Heritage, the original course designed by William Langford (later expanded by David Gill) and Marquette Golf Club's nationally-ranked new addition, Greywalls, designed by Mike DeVries.
Phone: +1 (906) 225-0721
Annual Festivals and Events:
Art on the Rocks
Hiawatha Music Festival
Marquette's 4th of July Celebration
Ore To Shore Mountain Bike Race
UP 200 Dog Sled Race
Noquemanon Ski Marathon
Marquette Area Blues Fest
Marquette Scandinavian Midsummer Festival
U.P. Fall Beer Festival