- Our list of the best things to do in Escanaba, Michigan, features the top 17 nearby activities — including 8 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Escanaba, MI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Water Activities, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Escanaba, MI , followed by 6 popular activities in nearby cities, including Washington Island and Rapid River
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2350 Maple Drive, Suite #104, Sister Bay, WI 54234 MoreLess Info
At Rigoniworks Art Galley, visitors can view a variety of metal work, furniture, and photography pieces from a local artist. These pieces include sculptures of people, guitars, motorcycles, and more.
People can play miniature golf at Pirate's Cove Mini Golf. While playing, putters will need to play their way through caves, across footbridges, and under waterfalls, while trying to get the lowest score.
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2566 South Bay Shore Drive, Highway 42, Sister Bay, WI 54234 MoreLess Info
Frykman's Gallery is an art gallery that features fine art and nature photography by Lucas Frykman and Heather Harle Frykman. The gallery displays original woodcarvings, oil paintings, stoneware pottery, and sculpture.
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632 S Bay Shore Drive, Sister Bay, WI 54234 MoreLess Info
The Champeau Joan Pioneer Gallery Art Galry is a fine art gallery that displays the works of artists Betty Schmidt. The gallery contains works including landscape paintings, seascapes, floral paintings, and still life pictures.
An entertainment center, Johnsons Park provides family activities that include miniature golf, go-karts and batting cages. The center also provides a game room with arcade video game machines and other games such as skeeball.
Seaquist Segway offers off-rad Segway tours of the woods at Rowleys Bay Resort, the forest of north of Sister Bay, Ellison Bluff County Park, Seaquist Orchards and Door Headlands County Park. These tours last between one and two hours.
Depending on the time of year performances are held ether in the outdoor Amphitheater or the auditorium at Ephraim Village Hall. All performances are specially created for the American Folklore Theater and have never been seen any place else first. Seat cushions are available to rent at outdoor performances.
Also known as the Rustic Road Studio, Rustic Fish Gallery features the work of wood carver Erik Rinkleff. Rinkleff's whimsical carvings include snowmen, Santas, and other interesting creatures, each individually hand-crafted.