Hit up a Food Truck When you're looking for food on-the-go, food trucks are definitely the way to go. Not to mention, they're typically quick, affordable, and delicious. So if you're looking for a fast bite between breakfast, beach time and your afternoon hike, check out one of these five must-try food trucks. Attend an awesome outdoor event or festival The start of summer signifies the kickoff of festival season—which means from mid-June 'til September—both your schedule and glass will be full. Check out the long list of summer fests and events on our >>calendar page. Lay or play in the sun From the sandy shores of McCarty’s Cove’s to the ancient bluffs of Black Rocks, when it comes to beaches Marquette County has 83 miles of Superior coverage. So, what are you waiting for? Set up your umbrella and towel and soak it up. >>shoreline finds.
Plunge into the lake from the acclaimed Black Rocks On a hot summer's day, the Black Rocks are the perfect spot for a quick cool off. Located at the picturesque Presque Isle Park, these ancient rock formations are only about 10-15 feet high, but you're sure to catch an adrenaline rush from this chilling cliff jump. Enjoy a bite or pint on a patio The only thing better than dining out on vacation is eating out outside. Whether you’re feeling a meal, a couple of beers or a cocktail or coffee, there are over a dozen establishments with patio seating to suit your tastes. Paddle on an inland lake or the greatest lake of all If you're looking for places to paddle, the Cove at Presque Isle Park is a perfect launching spot on Superior—or if you'd prefer something a little less adventurous, there are plenty of cool inland lakes like Harlow or Echo lake to take out a kayak or canoe.
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