Escanaba Area


Welcome to Delta County, the crossroads of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Travel through the northern hardwoods of Hiawatha National Forest, cast your rod in one of 6,000 acres of inland lakes, home to some of the country's best walleye, bass and salmon fishing. The Escanaba Area isn't all country and no city. Shop along the two mile long historic downtown area and enjoy a tasting at the urban winery, raise a pint at the brewery and sample a Yooper Bar at the Upper Peninsula's largest confectionary. Dine at unique family-owned restaurants serving the best in locally-sourced dishes. So this summer, above everything else, relax and refuel in Escanaba.

Escanaba, MI
Fayette State Park

Explore Fayette State Park, a retired iron smelting village. Step back in time as you visit each of the original buildings and learn more about the old town.

Hiawatha National Forest

Explore thousands of acres of untouched forest abundant with wildlife, miles of rivers and streams and dozens of waterfalls.

A Fisherman's Paradise

Known as the Walleye Capitol of the World, the Bays de Noc area is a fisherman's paradise. World class fishing opportunities: walleye and small mouth bass!


Looking for a new way to enjoy the water? Sign up for a kiteboarding lesson at the Escanaba Beach.

Sand Point Lighthouse

Delta County is home to picturesque lighthouses and hundreds of miles of scenic shoreline.

Diverse Disc Golf

With over a dozen top notch golf courses, Delta County has recently added two diverse disc golf courses, with one situated along the Lake Michigan shoreline.

Escanaba Beach

Over 211 miles of freshwater shoreline, Delta County is home to multiple beautiful sand beaches on Lake Michigan waters.