Visit Marquette, USA
Marquette sits on Michigan's tranquil Upper Peninsula. It's surrounded by more than 150 waterfalls, along with a variety of, birdlife and reptiles; from black bears and wolves to bald eagles and bats.
The port city of Marquette is situated on Michigan's tranquil Upper Peninsula.
Despite making up 29% of the state's land area, the Upper Peninsula contains just 3% of Michigan's population and it’s picturesque forests, lakes and mountains, make it an ideal place to get away from it all.
The area contains more than 150 waterfalls, along with an array of mammals, birdlife and reptiles; from black bears and wolves to bald eagles and bats. Fishing, kayaking and white water rafting are popular pursuits in the area along with skiing in the winter.
In the town itself, you can explore the region's mining history and Native American roots in the numerous museums, along with the iconic wooden Superior Dome stadium. There are also a number of popular beaches nearby as well.
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