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This is a stop we will always come back to. The views are amazing. There are trails to hike and bike . I took a lot of pictures, seems I had a hard time not taking them. There is a sandy beach on one side...More
This is a good place to go for a picnic or just to spend a couple hours hiking around the pennisula. You can cast for lake trout off the breakwall if you like to fish. When the weather is warm we like to jump off...More
It is a great drive with several scenic stops and paths to walk. You can also watch the iron ore get ready to drop into freighters (we weren’t fortunate enough to see that). It doesn’t have to take very long if you’re stretched for time.
We visited the park in the late afternoon of the only night were we staying in Marquette. It appears to be a nice park with hiking trails and beaches along Lake Superior. Very pretty. Saw a pretty sunset. We walked a ways out onto the...More
We stopped here to check it out we climbed the stairs and walked some of the trails some amazing views but if you are not as adventurous there were many people who just drove up there but you really miss alot of cool nature if...More
Presque Isle Park is a very lovely area right on the water. It was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park in New York. It provides very scenic views and one can walk, bicycle or walk around the park loop. Highly recommend...More
Presque Isle is full of great views, overlooks and of course the BlackRocks. It’s not uncommon for folks to jump in Lake Superior from the rocks into the cove. Bring swim shoes if you have an interest.
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We came here 5 times during our week long stay. The first time we just drove through just to see what it was about, that only took a few minutes, but to really see Presque Isle you need to at least park and take in some of... More
We came here 5 times during our week long stay. The first time we just drove through just to see what it was about, that only took a few minutes, but to really see Presque Isle you need to at least park and take in some of the views. We went to Sunset Point twice for the sunset and my young-at-heart husband jumped off black rocks in the cove. One day I wandered around by myself just snapping pictures. Everywhere you look is a photo op!