Saint’s Rest

The Surroundings

Saint’s Rest is the third to last house on a dead-end road within Marquette’s City Limits. It is a residential area. The part of the beach between the water and the high water mark is regarded as public property, so many residents walk or run along it. One mile east along the beach is Presque isle Park - one of Marquette’s most beloved city parks. The beach to the west is uninhabited, but privately owned by the Middle Point Camper’s Association, which has houses at the end of the beach where a small creek (Campeau Creek) enters the lake. The two islands directly in front of Saint’s Rest are public land, but the partially visible island to the west (Partridge Island), located behind the point, is private.
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Saint’s Rest

The Surroundings

Saint’s Rest is the third to last house on a dead- end road within Marquette’s City Limits. It is a residential area. The part of the beach between the water and the high water mark is regarded as public property, so many residents walk or run along it. One mile east along the beach is Presque isle Park - one of Marquette’s most beloved city parks. The beach to the west is uninhabited, but privately owned by the Middle Point Camper’s Association, which has houses at the end of the beach where a small creek (Campeau Creek) enters the lake. The two islands directly in front of Saint’s Rest are public land, but the partially visible island to the west (Partridge Island), located behind the point, is private.
Content © 2017 Saints Rest. All rights reserved. Website by North Country Website Design.