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Home of the rodeo, Humungous Fungus

August 21, 2014 he Upper Peninsula Rodeo’s website,, states that in 1969, Senator Joe Mack introduced a senate concurrent resolution proclaiming Iron River the “Rodeo Capital of the U.P. more »»

Cure for the summertime blues

August 7, 2014 Spending a few days or even just a few hours around Manistique and Gulliver might be just the tonic to recover from the dog days of summer. more »»

Munising offers natural splendor

July 31, 2014 Clear blue waters. Majestic waterfalls. Towering cliffs. A national forest. more »»

Mighty Mac connects peninsulas, cities

July 24, 2014 There is no way for Yoopers traveling to the Lower Peninsula to avoid crossing the Mighty Mac, and not only does that bridge connect two historic cities, it also overlooks an island where fudge is... more »»

An abundance of beauty

July 17, 2014 Newberry and Grand Marais are popular destinations for visitors from near and far. Rebecca Pillion knows why this is true. more »»

Twin cities on border are enticing

July 10, 2014 Located on the Menominee River along northern Lake Michigan, border seaports Menominee, and Marinette, Wisconsin, are beautiful twin cities with an abundance of recreational opportunities and... more »»

L’Anse, Baraga rugged and historic

July 3, 2014 Many Upper Peninsula communities are located on the shores of Lake Superior, but not all of them have the Native American heritage and natural beauty of the L’Anse-Baraga area. more »»

Rich history highlights Copper Country

June 26, 2014 Rich in history and natural attractions, the Copper Country, often called the Keweenaw, has a multitude of things to do for a fun weekend getaway with the family. more »»

Bergland: gateway To Lake Gogebic

June 19, 2014 The Bergland area of Ontonagon County not only provides prime access to the Upper Peninsula’s largest inland lake — Lake Gogebic — but is also a gateway to other prominent features in the area... more »»

Trip log:

June 19, 2014 Destination: Bergland in Ontonagon County Mileage: Marquette to Bergland:?119 miles. Marquette to Ironwood: 146 miles. Marquette to Ontonagon:?115 miles. more »»

Unique getaway experiences

June 12, 2014 Nestled on the south side of Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay in downstate Emmet County, Petoskey makes for a beautiful weekend getaway locale. more »»

Trip log:

June 12, 2014 Destination: Petoskey and Charlevoix - Mileage: Marquette to Charlevoix:?218 miles. more »»

Fun in the sun, sand, waves

June 5, 2014 For many years, Traverse City has been known as the “Cherry Capital of the World. more »»



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