The Noquemanon Trail Network, or NTN, is responsible for developing and maintaining interconnected, year round, non-motorized land and water trails in the central Upper Peninsula. The maintain a very extensive network of bike and ski trails as well as running some great and well known events like the Ore to Shore and the Noquemanon Ski Marathon.
The City of Marquette Arts and Culture Division serves to encourage, develop, and facilitate a rich environment of artistic, creative, and cultural activity in Marquette and acts as an umbrella organization for local arts and culture groups. The Arts Center is located in the lower level of the Peter White Public Library.
The Iron Ore Heritage Trail is a 47-mile, multi-use, year round trail that connects communities and people to the region’s historic sites and human stories. If you walk, bike, run, inline skate, wander into natural places, ride a horse, cross country ski, snowmobile, consider yourself a history buff or ride an ATV…this trail is for you! The trail is being designed for a multitude of users. Wherever possible and allowed, parallel but separate trails will be developed for motorized and non-motorized for the safety and enjoyment of both types of trail users.