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Lake Superior - Marquette County 

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Big Bay

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Michigan

Sq Ft: 2368   Year: 2006 Acres: 1.670  

The Customs House | Queen City Luxury Condos, the ideal location...

Lake Superior - Marquette County 

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Marquette

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Michigan

Sq Ft: 1533   Year: 2021 Acres: 0.000  

Over 22 acres and 440 feet of Lake Superior waterfront set on a...

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Marquette

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Michigan

Sq Ft: 1165   Year: 2000 Acres: 22.000  
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Negaunee

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Michigan

Sq Ft: 748   Year: 1930 Acres: 522.630  

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Johnson Lake - Marquette County 

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Gwinn

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Michigan

Acres: 1101.200  

Own your own commercial hunting estate! Looking for a change in...

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Negaunee

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Michigan

Sq Ft: 4704   Year: 2002 Acres: 128.000  

You must see this serene 1.79 acre 3 bed, 2 bath home on Blue...

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Gwinn

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Michigan

Sq Ft: 2392   Year: 1964 Acres: 1.790  

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Little Lake - Delta County 

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Michigan

Sq Ft: 4255   Year: 1939 Acres: 3.570  

BEAUTIFUL 160 ACRE PARCEL WITH A MAJOR PORTION OF RICE LAKE...

 

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Gwinn

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Michigan

Acres: 160.000  

150 feet of sandy bottom frontage. Three properties to choose...

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Gwinn

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Michigan

Acres: 1.500  

Just minutes from Marquette this Premium waterfront building...

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Michigan

Acres: 2.720  

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Skandia

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Michigan

Acres: 0.750  

This building property is just steps from Big Shag Lake public...

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Gwinn

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Michigan

Acres: 1.000  

Lake Superior - Marquette County Information

Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes in surface area and volume. Lake Superior could contain all the other Great Lakes plus three more lakes the size of Lake Erie. Water flows into the lake from many small rivers and streams. The Long Lac and Ogoki diversions in Canada channel water into Lake Superior that would otherwise flow into Hudson Bay. By order of the International Joint Commission, the lake's level, controlled by gates on the St. Marys River at Sault Ste. Marie, may not exceed 602 ft (183 m) above sea level. Each year a small percentage of the lake's water flows out through the St. Marys River, and it takes almost two centuries for the water to be completely replaced (retention time). The Lake Superior drainage basin is rich in natural resources and scenic beauty. It is sparsely populated and economically dependent on its natural resources, which include metals, minerals, forests and recreation/tourism opportunities such as national lakeshores and national/state/provincial parks. It is particularly known for its clear, cold water and agate beaches. A circle tour guides highway travelers around the lakeshore. Many shipwrecks in Lake Superior are now protected in bottomland preserves and accessible to recreational divers. In 1985, scientists using a submersible vessel descended for the first time to the deepest part (-1,333 ft./-405 m) of Lake Superior near the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan waters. Lake Superior contains 3 quadrillion gallons of water, that is 3,000.000.000.000.000 gallons of water. That’s ten percent of the world’s fresh surface water and one half of the water in the Great Lakes. Lake Superior contains enough water to flood all of Canada, the United States, Mexico and South America with one foot of water. The shoreline length of Lake Superior is 2,938 kilometers or 1826 miles. What fills Lake Superior with water? Each year, 2.5 feet of water fall on the lake as rain or snow, and two more feet enter through ground water and approximately 20 rivers and streams, the largest of which are the mighty Nipigon River in Ontario and the St. Louis River in Minnesota. Of the 4.5 feet of water flowing into the lake each year, approximately 1/3 of this or 1.6 feet evaporates and the remainder flows to the lower Great Lakes through the St. Mary’s River at Sault Ste. Marie.

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