Harvest Fest (Oct. 7) is full of fall fun for all on the 100th block of Baraga Ave. Featuring harvest themed activities from 3pm-7:30pm—food, drink, dance, games and more. Don’t miss out on all of the autumnally festivities, and the popular pasty eating contest.Learn more.
Fresh Coast Film Festival
Fresh Coast is a documentary film festival celebrating the best of the best in the Midwest—the great outdoors and the Great Lakes. This year Fresh Coast is making waves with over 100+ films, 10 Outdoor Tours, and tons of energy, entertainment, and inspiration.
Muck it U.P.
Down to get dirty? Muck it UP Oct. 21 at Marquette Mountain. Bring your friends along for 500 feet of downhill, muddy madness followed by fall color views, food, and beer.
With Halloween only weeks away it’s time to get spooky—Marquette Haunted Hayrides (Oct.19-21) is 40-minutes of tractor drawn terror through the Marquette County Fairgrounds.
UP 200 Drylands Dash
These dogs may not be dashing through the snow, but the fall foliage (Oct. 14-15) is definitely a treat. Watch the dogs train and compete on 1-2 mile courses, or even bring your own pup for the doggie fun run to try it out yourself!More info.
Oktoberfest (Oct. 14) is a DJ Double Trouble party with a purpose. The line up includes live music, beer, big pretzels, sausages, a costume contest, beer, and more beer (a raise your stein drinking contest). Must be 21+ to party, free pretzel neckless with purchase of ticket. Proceeds support the Superior Arts Youth Theatre.
The downtown Halloween Spectacle (Oct. 28) is an eerie evening (6-8pm) of fun for everyone. Feast your eyes on outdoor performances of giant puppetry, pageantry, music, theatre, and dance.Visit Downtown Marquette.
Fill your Fall with Craft Beer, Fear, and Family Fun for All. Plan your trip to Marquette County, Mi.