Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce

Home to the Soo Locks that connects Lake Superior to the other Great Lakes. Boat or train tours give you a close-up and personal look at this engineering wonder. Experience the history of Maritime shipping Shipwreck Museum or aboard the ship S.S. Valley Camp. Experience Vegas gaming or the falls & forests, golf or fish.

Paradise, Michigan was founded in 1925 and is situated on the western shores of Lake Superior’s Whitefish Bay just north of the Tahquamenon River mouth. After a major fire stormed the Whitefish Point area in 1922, blueberries moved in and became a staple for locals and visitors alike.

Chamber of Commerce works to provide a healthy business environment, promotes integrity, good faith and fair business practices. Promotes Delta County to make it a better community in which to live and transact business.

The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is comprised of local business people and city managers.

Whatever your favorite time of year or whatever your favorite outdoor activity, the Ontonagon County Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome you to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, a great place to visit—and stay awhile.

Watersmeet Michigan welcomes you to year-round vacation enjoyment. From Watersmeet, the Ontonagon River flows north into Lake Superior. The Wisconsin River flows south into the Mississippi River, and the Paint River flows east into Lake Michigan. This is “where the waters meet”!

Lake Gogebic, Ontonagon County, and Gogebic County areas of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

The Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce serving both the cities and counties of Marinette, Wisconsin and Menominee, Michigan, welcome you to our beautiful community. We are fortunate to live, work and play in an area surrounded by river, bay, farmland and woods.

The Gwinn Sawyer Area Chamber of Commerce is a 100% volunteer organization, formed in 1984, which promotes business and tourism in the local area. There are over 150 businesses registered with our chamber.

Marquette area is the largest population center of the Upper Peninsula with 31,000 residents living across 3 municipalities; The City of Marquette, Marquette Township and Chocolay Township.

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