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Things to do in Escanaba

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Ranked #1 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Museums
Owner description: The Sand Point Lighthouse was constructed in 1867 to direct ships around the Sand point and into the deep water channel of... more » Owner description: The Sand Point Lighthouse was constructed in 1867 to direct ships around the Sand point and into the deep water channel of the Escanaba Harbor. This building, with a 4th order Fresnel lens, has been restored to its original appearance, with a turn of the century interior. The building and grounds are on the National Register of Historic Places. « less
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Ranked #2 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Museums
Owner description: The museum features displays about our cities local resources, industry, logging, railroads, and the county’s relationship to... more » Owner description: The museum features displays about our cities local resources, industry, logging, railroads, and the county’s relationship to the lakes and land. There is an extensive clothing collection, as well as a 1905 motor launch. Open May-Sept. « less
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Ranked #3 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Concerts
Owner description: Municipal band offers a variety of music in Ludington Park during the summer months at the Ludington Park Band Shell.... more » Owner description: Municipal band offers a variety of music in Ludington Park during the summer months at the Ludington Park Band Shell. Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m., weather permitting. Thurs. rain date. « less
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Ranked #4 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Hiking Trails
Owner description: A historical trail takes the path of Chippewa Indians. French Missionaries once met with Native Americans nearby. A cemetery... more » Owner description: A historical trail takes the path of Chippewa Indians. French Missionaries once met with Native Americans nearby. A cemetery of early white settlers is on the trail. Located on the Escanaba River. « less
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Ranked #5 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Biking Trails
Owner description: The Escanaba Cross Country Pathway is located within the city limits, yet feels like it is set deep in the wilderness. The... more » Owner description: The Escanaba Cross Country Pathway is located within the city limits, yet feels like it is set deep in the wilderness. The peaceful cedar ridges and hardwood hills block out the hustle of the city. The trailhead is located on North 30th Street just north of Charter Communications. « less
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Ranked #6 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Sports Complexes
Owner description: This facility is located at 1647 17.4 Rd. in Escanaba behind the Delta Do-It Center. Two indoor artificial ice surfaces with... more » Owner description: This facility is located at 1647 17.4 Rd. in Escanaba behind the Delta Do-It Center. Two indoor artificial ice surfaces with open skating hours, hockey and figure skating. Learn to Skate programs for all ages. The second sheet is designed mainly for open skating. Call 906-786-3995 for more information and a schedule of activities and hours. « less
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Ranked #7 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: There is considerable room for wayward tee shots, but looks are deceiving and scoring is not as easy as it appears. Ponds on... more » Owner description: There is considerable room for wayward tee shots, but looks are deceiving and scoring is not as easy as it appears. Ponds on four holes and creeks that cross three fairways place a premium on accuracy. The relatively flat par-71 layout plays up to 6,224 yards and is easy to walk. « less
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Ranked #8 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Movie Theaters
This cinema has 8 screens showing the latest movie releases.
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Ranked #9 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Bar/ Clubs
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Ranked #10 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: The par-72 course can stretch from 6,18 yards to 6,701 yards through tree-lined fairways. Rated the best county course by... more » Owner description: The par-72 course can stretch from 6,18 yards to 6,701 yards through tree-lined fairways. Rated the best county course by Daily Press reader surveys. The course demands accuracy off the tee and on approach shots, with new trees and water hazards adding to the demands. « less
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Ranked #11 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Golf Courses
Owner description: The oldest course in the area features two distinct nines, a tree-lined mature front that opened in in 1915 and a wide-open... more » Owner description: The oldest course in the area features two distinct nines, a tree-lined mature front that opened in in 1915 and a wide-open back that opened in 1990 with water on seven holes. The 435-yard 18th is widely considered the toughest closing hole in the Upper Peninsula, with its elevated and undulating green. The par 71 course covers 5,974 yards from the white tees and 6,223 yards from the blue tees. An excellent test of golf also includes a clubhouse with food and bar, and excellent Friday fish-fry. A PGA professional is on staff. Easy to walk and carts are available. « less
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Ranked #12 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: The William Bonifas Fine Arts Center in downtown Escanaba claims the title “home to all the arts” for the Central Upper... more » Owner description: The William Bonifas Fine Arts Center in downtown Escanaba claims the title “home to all the arts” for the Central Upper Peninsula region. Each year the Alice Uren Powers galleries in the Bonifas Arts Center host a series of local and regional art exhibitions along with traveling exhibits on loan from institutions like the Smithsonian or Detroit Institute of Arts. The center focuses most of its efforts on art created by artists of the area. An Upper Peninsula regional competitive exhibit each fall titled Northern Exposure showcases the best of the U.P.; a Bay Area Art Association show in the spring features work in all media; and special theme exhibits are featured in the summer, such as “Companions and Choices,” a quilt exhibit or “Re-Visioning Nostalgia: the Agrarian Roots of Contemporary Life.” « less
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Ranked #13 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Golf Courses
This is a 9 hole golf course with 3,092 yards and a par of 36.
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Ranked #14 of 17 attractions in Escanaba
Category: Bowling Alleys
24 lanes open daily. Leagues available.
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Category: Golf Courses
This is a 9 hole golf course with a par of 34.
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