The Great Outdoors

The Upper Peninsula is Michigan’s “Out West” with endless acres of nature to explore. In fact, the U.P. is 29% of Michigan’s overall land area but only 3.3% of its total population. That means more land preserved just the way you would have found it 100 years ago!

Welcome to your outdoor paradise. 

Delta County is located within what most locals call the “Banana Belt” because of its temperate climate, which is much milder than the rest of the Upper Peninsula. If you’re still looking for a winter wonderland come in the colder months, Escanaba still receives a humble 50 inches of snowfall in comparison to 200+ inches along the shores of Lake Superior.

A wide range of fun!

From hunting on the grounds that sustained Native Indians for centuries to water skiing on silky Lake Michigan or visiting nearby ice caves, you can find it all in Delta County.

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Escanaba, MI 49829 US

Region: Escanaba
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1 mile - Biking/ Walking/ Running/ Cross Country Skiing/ Snowshoeing
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Rapid River, MI 49878 US

Phone: (877) 444-6777
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Little Bay de Noc Campground has 36 single and 2 group sites, picnic area, swimming beach, 3 hiking trails and boat ...
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Gladstone, MI US

Region: Gladstone

5 miles - Biking/ Walking/ Running/ Paddling
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Little Bay de Noc Campground

Rapid River, MI 49878
Little Bay de Noc Campground has 36 single and 2 group sites, picnic area, swimming beach, 3 hiking trails and boat ... More

Little Bay de Noc Trail

Gladstone, MI
Region: Gladstone
5 miles - Biking/ Walking/ Running/ Paddling More

Ludington Park

Escanaba, MI 49829
Region: Escanaba
1 mile - Biking/ Walking/ Running/ Cross Country Skiing/ Snowshoeing More

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