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Chocolay River Cabin

Small hand hewn log cabin on Chocolay River. Good fishing, approximately 5 miles from snowmobile and ORV trails. Full kitchen. 1 BR (Q), 1 bath. Outdoor electric sauna. A fire pit. Washer/dryer. Basic amenities. Full kitchen.

$98 per night
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Come Stay At PHIL'S 550

Come stay at Phil's on the 550! This is a charming escape located on the gateway to county road 550 and Big Bay. Phil's is located on County Road 550 just 4 miles from downtown Marquette, 1.8 miles to Northern Michigan University and 2 miles to Sugarloaf Mountain. This is a beautiful 3-bedroom property is attached to the well-known Phil's 550 Store.

$107 per night
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Little Tree

Historic woodland cabin, with access to Lake Independence (2min walk). Canoe, kayaks and rowboats available to borrow for exploring the lake. Located 2 miles before Big Bay, the cabin offers access to limitless outdoor activities. Fiber optic internet is provided. The cabin is directly across the road from the ATV/Snowmobile trails. We have been hosting guests in the local community for over 50 years, so we can always help make your U.P. adventures pleasant.

$110 per night

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Private Apartment By Downtown Marquette Apt. #2
$73 per night
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Blue House near Lake w/large yard, by NMU/Beach
$96 per night
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Cozy Downtown Cottage
$119 per night
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Recreation from Front Door, quiet, bike storage 2
$44 per night
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Spacious house in the heart of Marquette
$111 per night
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Pam's Place - Fully Furnished 1- Bdrm Apartment
$82 per night
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Blue Door Bungalow
$140 per night
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The 550 Getaway
$93 per night
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Spacious Downtown Apt- 3 blocks from Lake Superior
$124 per night
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Downtown Studio Apartment
$134 per night
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Downtown Living -- Detached Garage
$95 per night
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Vintage Charm in the Heart of Town
$90 per night

Your guide to Marquette

All About Marquette

Located on the southern shores of Lake Superior, on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Marquette is a picturesque port town surrounded by dense coniferous and deciduous forests. The waters of Lake Superior provide several opportunities for recreational activities like surfing, kayaking, swimming, and lounging among the area's many soft sandy beaches. In addition, the nearby hills and nature reserves host hiking and mountain biking trails along with ski runs and tubing in the winter months.

As Michigan's largest city on the peninsula, home to Northern Michigan University, Marquette is a spirited college town with plenty of cultural offerings to keep you busy. You’ll also discover several craft breweries and restaurants nestled alongside Gothic and Romanesque-style historic buildings, including the Marquette Maritime Museum showcasing the area’s nautical heritage. Spending an evening on a restaurant patio while checking out the dancing Aurora Borealis lights makes for a wonderful outing in this vibrant, outdoorsy town.


How do I get around Marquette?

The nearest major airport to Marquette is the Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB) in Green Bay, Wisconsin, around a three-hour drive away. The closest regional airport is the Sawyer International Airport (MQT), just under 30 minutes away by car. A handful of bus operators have routes into Marquette from the surrounding metro areas. If you happen to be flying in, the most straightforward way to get into town is with a rental vehicle. Once you arrive, the central core of Marquette is compact and walkable. However, taking advantage of the broader array of activities further away will require some driving to reach the trailheads, beaches, and museums.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Marquette?

Marquette's climate has wide seasonal variations and weather conditions in terms of temperature and precipitation, with the area seeing relatively high humidity levels throughout the year. Summer months tend to bring increased rain levels and hotter temperatures from May to September. The Downtown Marquette Farmers Market is held through much of the summer and includes vendors selling locally sourced produce, baked goods, and crafts in addition to prepared food and artisanal products.

Fall is an excellent time to book vacation rentals in Marquette. Brisk temperatures, moderate weather, and a brilliant display of autumn hues make for enjoyable conditions to walk the town and explore the surrounding nature parks. Winters in Marquette bring temperatures that regularly fall below freezing, occasionally freezing the lake and spurring locals to lace up their ice skates. Snowfall in the surrounding hills means fantastic conditions for skiing and other winter activities.


What are the top things to do in Marquette?

Upper Peninsula Northern Lights

Marquette's northern location coupled with the region's lack of light pollution come together to make it one of the premier destinations in the continental United States for witnessing the Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. During the dark hours of midnight to 3 a.m. from August to April, brilliant bands of light dance across the sky in hues of purple and green.

Black Rock Cliffs

Located in Presque Isle Park, the Black Rock Cliffs are a popular scenic point over the waters of Lake Superior. The rock formations rise roughly 20 feet out of the chilly water, providing a fantastic sunset vista after your hike through to the cliffside trails. The surrounding park is adorned with lush forests, coves, beaches, and marshes to explore by kayak, canoe, or paddleboard.

Marquette Maritime Museum & Lighthouse

The Marquette Maritime Museum opened in 1984 and today has a stated mission of preserving the maritime history of Marquette and the rest of the Great Lakes. The main museum building has exhibits displaying antique lighthouse bulbs, diving equipment, and birchbark canoes from the region's Indigenous tribes. Visits to the adjoining lighthouse are also available at regularly scheduled times on a seasonal basis.