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Michigan's Upper Peninsula

The Upper Peninsula

Michigan's Upper Peninsula presents attractions unmatched anywhere else.
We are famous for the amount of snow we get. Up to 200 inches a year. Explore our top-rated snowmobiling, downhill ski resorts, quiet cross-country ski trails, ice fishing and our winter festivals.
Come ride our 3,000 miles of groomed trails - many of which lead right to the front door of lodging and restaurants.  Photo Courtesy: Michigan Ice Fest
Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie is celebrating its 350th anniversary this year. Come visit us during this historic year-long celebration to commemorate our unique heritage, and make your own memories of, "the Place Where Michigan was Born."
Escanaba
Welcome to Escanaba! The 711-acre Fayette Historic Park blends both nature and history.
Mount Bohemia Adventure Resort
Mount Bohemia is an 1,100 acre resort and the only all-inclusive resort in the Upper Peninsula.
Porcupine Mountains
Explore hundreds of spectacular waterfalls, hike 87 miles of trails, and capture breathtaking views in the Porcupine Mountains. Head toward the shores of Lake Superior in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Keweenaw Peninsula
Built in 1844 on the rugged shore of Lake Superior, Fort Wilkins is a well-preserved example of mid-19th century army life on the northern frontier. 
Manistique
Kitch-iti-kipi, The Big Spring, is the largest in Michigan - forty feet deep and over 10,000 gallons of clear water gush per minute from the fissures in the underlying limestone. Ride the raft and view this beautiful, giant spring and its inhabitants.
Mackinac Bridge
The Mackinac Bridge is currently the fifth longest suspension bridge in the world and connects Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas.
Merrell Presents: The Upper Peninsula