Athletic Fields are CLOSED for the winter season.
The city of Marquette operates multiple athletic fields across the city. Kaufman sports complex, constructed in 1996, is home to three regular-sized soccer fields, four softball fields, spectator seating, a BMX track and a pavilion with restrooms and picnic area. Many area youth sports clubs and adult sports clubs utilize this field. North Marquette Athletic Field complex located off Presque Isle and Wright St, contains regulation baseball diamonds and a junior baseball diamond. Two basketball courts are located on the south end of the site and a lighted, outdoor ice rink completes this multi-season field. Hurley Field, located in South Marquette, has a regulation fast pitch softball field, with a lighted scoreboard, playground equipment and concession facilities. Fields are available for rent through the Parks and Recreation Office.
Other recreational facilities that are operated by this department include several community parks, City multi-use pathway, tennis and basketball courts. In addition, Mattson Park in the lower harbor contains a festival area, concession stand and Kid’s Cove Playground.
The 2019 Marina Seasonal Slip Agreements have been mailed to the 2018 seasonal slip holders.
Payments will be accepted March 15 through April 15 at the Community Services Parks and Recreation Office, located at Lakeview Arena.
Cinder Pond Marina
Cinder Pond Marina is home to 101 seasonal and transient slips located in the lower harbor. The facility provides fuel, launching, docking and other support facilities for recreational boats.
Presque Isle Marina
There are 59 slips at the Presque Isle Marina. The facility provides fuel, launching, docking and other support facilities for recreational boats.
Nautical Flag Guidelines as posted in Chapman Piloting & Seamanship 66th Edition, Charles B. Husick
Located at the corner of Pine and E Fair Avenues, the City of Marquette Skate Plaza was completed in 2012. The park is continually updated with work done as recently as September 2015. Skaters are encouraged to observe the following rules and guidelines when using the Skate Plaza:
Use at your own risk.
Proper safety equipment is highly recommended.
No littering…this is your park. Keep it clean.
No personal ramps allowed in park.
Spectators must stay off skating surface and ramps
No foul language or loud music.
No alcohol or tobacco products allowed.
Failure to follow posted guidelines will result in loss of privilege to use ramp.
The City-owned and operated Tourist Park is located approximately 1/2 mile north of Wright Street on Sugar Loaf Avenue on the north edge of the City. Fronting the Dead River, the nicely wooded, 40-acre park provides visitors with a clean, pleasant and convenient place to camp in the immediate Marquette area. There are approximately 20 acres of campground space with 110 camping sites. One hundred sites provide electrical hookups to accommodate RVs and trailers; the remainder are designed for primitive-style tenting. Each camping site has a picnic table and barbecue pits are available throughout the campground.
As Marquette's recreational crown jewel, special attention is given here to Presque Isle Park. The popular regional facility is located on Presque Isle ("almost" an island), a 323-acre, forested, oval-shaped, headland/peninsula which juts into Lake Superior in the northern tip of the City. Presque Isle is known throughout the United States for its natural beauty.
Several park facilities are available for rental. We require reservations be made at least 8 days in advance.
To reserve one of the City's rental facilities please contact the Community Services Parks & Recreation office during business hours. Contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.
Special Events Calendar
Promotional Fund Disbursements
2019 Parks and Recreation 5-Year Master Plan
Trails Master Plan
401 E. Fair Ave
Marquette, MI 49855