Presque Isle Park is north of Marquette. It’s not an island, but it juts out into Lake Superior and is surrounded by water on three sides. That whole area is a park and the road that goes around it is designed for sight-seeing and has a lowered speed limit. Great area to walk or bike and take in the sights.
This is the light at Presque Isle Park. That’s about as far as I walked too. I pictured my clumsy self rolling off that cement and into the water.
May 2017. South side of the park. This is a typical park when you first enter – picnic area, restrooms, parking, etc., but the views are anything but typical.
The shoreline was gorgeous.
This picture was taken from one of the scenic turn-outs. There was spectacular shades of color in the water.
Another beautiful view. Ahhhh.
We did a lot of walking along these black rocks.
There’s a place among these rocks where people go to jump off and into the water. Not this girl! Check it out:
If you like climbing up and down – here you go!
This is deceptive. This is where I was told people jump off. Again – it’s a lot higher than it looks.
Another fantastic day!