Welcome to the Escanaba Area!

What an amazing destination! Delta County, home to Escanaba, Bark River, Gladstone, Rapid River, Nahma and Garden, is a Lake Michigan coastal paradise. Its 211 miles of varied shoreline is the most of any county in the continental U.S. Beautiful beaches, trails and stunning limestone cliffs along Big and Little Bays de Noc offer spectacular sightseeing by foot, bike or kayak.

While you’re here, reel in trophy-sized fish from sparkling streams, inland lakes and the great waters. Explore over 30 sunken ships in their offshore resting grounds. Find your groove in our live music performances. Walk through history in our ghost town and museums. Sample locally crafted wines and beers. Find your favorites things in our local shops and eateries. And return often for more memories.

Disc Golf: Crashing chains on the Bay

One of the newer additions to the outdoor sports scene, disc golf, is soaring in the Upper Peninsula. You’ll find courses from Sault Ste. Marie to Silver City. But here in the Bays de Noc area, we’re rattling dem chains to be the premier destination for beginners to seasoned pro disc tossers. We talked with Rick Elr

Escanaba is a must stop for any and all boaters on Lake Michigan

From Hurley Marine:  Whether you are looking to plan a month long tour of Lake Michigan or just a quick weekend getaway, Escanaba is the perfect destination. Escanaba is nestled along the Upper Peninsula’s southern shore line, in the heart of Little Bay de Noc. With a population of 13,104, Escanaba is large en…

A Road Trip Worth the Memories in Escanaba, Michigan

  Guest post from Trip 101  The gem of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the port city of Escanaba proves an authentic blend of history and local aesthetic. A vintage collection of panoramic views, waterfront sunsets, cultural sights and sounds, and easy recreation comes alive in Delta County. The leisure…

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