Welcome to Escanaba, located in Delta County, home to the most freshwater shoreline in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
A place where you can float out on a Great Lake, drop a line where the walleye and bass pros fish, explore trails by foot, pedal or motor, or step back into early 1880's to explore a historic industrial town site.
Take a trip through the northern hardwoods of the Hiawatha National Forest and see every autumn color Mother Nature has. We offer fine dining options, eclectic specialty shops, wineries, microbreweries and fun festivals and events.
Escanaba, MI
Ice Fishing Little Bay de Noc 2018

With 211 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and more than 80 inland lakes, Escanaba is among the premier ice fishing destinations in the Great Lakes region.

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!

Fall Autumn Dew Drops
The wealth of fall colors is always a wonder but combine that with the magic of dew drops and it becomes truly enchanting.
Sand Point Lighthouse

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


Find great boating and fishing options in the Bays de Noc and Escanaba area of Northern Michigan.

Snow Dusted Autumn

Spectacular autumn foiliage can also combine with a kiss of snow.

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