Marinette County and its surrounding areas offer an incredible abundance of natural resources… perfect for hiking, biking, boating, fishing, hunting, four wheeling, cross country skiing or snowmobiling, just to name a few!
An incredible scenic tour featuring Marinette County’s most beautiful pieces of nature! This Self guided tour can include: Eight Foot Falls, Dave’s Falls, Twelve Foot Falls, and Piers Gorge. *
*This tour includes hiking. Appropriate apparel is recommended.
Marinette County is Wisconsin’s waterfall capital… spend an invigorating afternoon hiking along the steep banks of Longslide Falls (or maybe just relaxing at its base with a good book!)
A variety of activities both on the island and throughout the north woods can make for a most enjoyable day for guests of all ages. Please click the link below for a list of Waterfalls and a map for a self guided tour of them… Or you can call or visit our front desk for more information.
The Dun-Good Riders Inc. is a non profit organization of dedicated individuals, who’s constant vigil is to maintain our trails to the best of their abilities. They currently care for 70 miles of snowmobile trails, through some of the most beautiful acres in God’s country. Dun-Good Riders also watches over 130 miles of year round ATV trails. This is a great site for trail conditions, club membership information, trail map, legislative news and a ton of other great links.
WESTERN UPPER PENINSULA The Menominee River forms our border with Wisconsin and it offers some of the best fishing for smallmouth bass in the Upper Peninsula. There are a bunch of dams on this river and the reaches below them are loaded with smallmouths, along with some walleyes and northern pike. The Hattie Street Dam is the first one up from Green Bay and that reach is the best for walleyes; there are lots of smallmouth bass that are larger than average.
The Michigamme and Brule rivers join to form the Menominee and are great places to fish in the summer. The Michigamme is a warmwater stream from the start and has a nice mix of smallmouths, walleyes, and pike wherever it is flowing between its several dams. The upper Brule contains good numbers of brook and brown trout, but smallmouths and walleyes begin to mix in near Pentoga and increase as you go downstream. The Paint River is a major tributary to the Lower Brule, and offers good fishing for smallmouths, walleyes and pike along with a decent shot at a muskie near Crystal Falls. The South Branch of the Paint is one of the best trout streams in the western U.P.
If you are looking for a guide Give our friends at Tight Lines a call!
Fly Fishing – http://www.tightlinesflyshop.com/
Located approximately 30 minutes from The Four Seasons Island Resort, Norway Mountain offers downhill skiing and a terrain park. Click here to see our special ski packages. www.norwaymountain.com
Just a short trip from The Four Seasons Island Resort you’ll find yourself at The Chip-In Island Resort & Casino. Try your luck at black jack, craps, roulette, or the slots, in an exotic island atmosphere, complete with a poolside sandy beach, perfect for sipping on a refreshing Mai-Tai or Margarita!
Located in Harris, Michigan, the Island Resort and Casino is the closest casino to the Four Seasons Island Resort.
The DeYoung Family Zoo is nestled in the wilderness of the beautiful Upper Peninsula. This is NOT a big city zoo, step out of the box, away from the concrete jungle and come along on a new journey. You will love the natural setting filled with amazing animals from around the world. Large natural habitats, education through hands-on experiences, as well as up close and personal family fun! It’s all waiting for you at the DeYoung Family Zoo!
Saddle horses, a covered wagon or a stagecoach ride; or combine them to include everyone, offering a great experience for all! We have something fun for ever season!
Visit their website at http://www.horsefun.net/ for more information!
You will never forget the thrilling experience of visiting the Iron Mountain Iron Mine. Watch expert miners operate modern mining machinery as you ride on the underground trains. This fascinating tour, with skilled guides, takes you through 2600 feet of underground drifts and tunnels to 400 feet below the earth's surface to see the reality of iron mining.
You can also receive free iron ore samples at the Gift and Rock Shop!
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