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Whether you've recently located to the area, or you've lived here for a long time, let Curran & Company help you find the perfect rental unit to make the Upper Peninsula, home. From the streets of Marquette's historic downtown to beaches of Lake Superior, Marquette County offers a variety of experiences for all. Once you've settled in to your new place, be sure to take advantage of all that the area has to offer.
Nestled on the shores of Lake Superior and surrounded by abundant forests, the Marquette area is well known for it's natural beauty.
Local residents have access to some of the most scenic areas in the country including Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, the Hiawatha National Forest and Presque Isle Park.
Along with sweeping views the Upper Peninsula is also known for natural wildlife sightings. Be on the lookout for birds, deer, bear, moose and more.
With expansive trail networks, bike paths that stretch for miles and easy access to local waterways the Upper Peninsula provides endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
In the Winter months you'll often find residents on the slopes of Marquette Mountian or snowshoeing on the North Country Trail. As the snow melts summer brings camping, boating, fishing and hiking.
Whether you consider yourself a casual weekend adventurer or an avid outdoor enthusiast, the Marquette area offers activities for all.
With a population of roughly 67,000 a sense of community is very important to Marquette County residents.
From educational workshops at the Marquette food co-op to local volunteer opportunities, there are a number of ways to get involved.
Also, make sure that you don't miss your chance to mingle amongst other community members at local events. Annual events include The UP 200 Dog Sled Races, Hiawatha Music Festival, The International Food Fest, Art of the Rocks, and many more.
Did You Know?
Marquette is the fifth snowiest city in the United States, averaging 141 inches of snow per year
Lake Superior is the world's largest freshwater lake and is made up of more water than all the other Great Lakes combined
Marquette is home to the largest wooden dome in the world, The Superior Dome
Anatomy of a Murder, starring James Stewart was filmed in the Upper Peninsula in the 1950's
In 2012 Marquette was listed among the 10 best places to retire in the U.S. by CBS Money Watch
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