Explore Lake Superior Three Miles from Our Hotel
Whether you’re in Marquette for business or leisure, be sure to spend some time lounging on the shores of Lake Superior, only a six-minute drive from the hotel. Charter a boat tour with Superior Odyssey to brave the lake’s open waters and enjoy stunning views of the Marquette lighthouse, Presque Isle and more. If you prefer dry land, check out the hiking and biking trails along the Noquemanon Trail Network, or visit the Marquette Regional History Center to brush up on the region’s history. Are you traveling with family? Take your kids to the Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum, or stop by Northern Michigan University for a campus tour with your prospective student.
Don’t miss out on these local favorites:
- Lake Superior (3 miles)
Touching parts of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Ontario, this massive freshwater lake is a true marvel to behold. Walk along its extensive shoreline, grab a fishing pole and see what’s biting or take a boat out on the lake itself.
- Marquette Golf Club (2.3 miles)
This semi-private golf club boasts two beautiful courses: Greywalls Course and Heritage Course.
Phone: +1 (906) 225-0721
- Marquette Maritime Museum (3.7 miles)
Stop by the Marquette Maritime Museum for summer tours of the grounds and the historic lighthouse. The museum also includes detailed accounts of infamous shipwrecks that happened nearby.
Phone: +1 (906) 226-2006
- Marquette Mountain (4 miles)
When the snow is fresh on the ground, grab your skis or snowboard and make your way down 13 runs of varying difficulty at this popular winter sports destination. If you’ve never been on skis before, sign up for lessons and learn from experienced instructors.
Phone: +1 (906) 225-1155
- Marquette Regional History Center (2.7 miles)
Uncover the Upper Peninsula’s history through rotating displays and a permanent collection, which includes prehistoric artifacts and trinkets donated by area residents.
Phone: +1 (906) 226-3571
- Noquemanon Trail Network (5 miles)
This interconnected trail system spreads throughout the Upper Peninsula and offers opportunities to hike, bike, snowboard and skijor throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (906) 235-6861
- Northern Michigan University (4.5 miles)
Visit the campus of Northern Michigan University to tour the beautiful 350-acre campus or cheer on the Wildcats. NMU has received numerous awards for seamlessly integrating technology into its programs.
Phone: +1 (906) 227–1000
- Upper Peninsula Children's Museum (3 miles)
Spend the day with the kids learning about biology, health, technology and more through interactive exhibits. The facility includes an archaeological dig site in a cave and a touch tank with snakes, turtles and other creatures.
Phone: +1 (906) 226-3911
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