Creative, thought provoking, family oriented, outside, FREE. Accessible via car, snowmobile. Have a cup of coffee or hot chocolate, sit by the fire.
We made this one of our stops while we were in Marquette and loved it! It was so much more than I expected! A nice walk with lots of interesting/cool sculptures.
This place is amazing! The "sculptures", made out of an incredible variety of scrap metal parts and pieces, are creative, funny, insightful, and unique. I've traveled all around the country and around the world and I've never seen anything like it. It's also absolutely amazing that one man could have built all of this ... a very generous and hard... 更多
Art/sculptures walk or drive through park no admission. I took my grandchildren there and wow did they have fun. Last summer I took visitors to our area there. Impressive.
A fishing event was held there for children by a local fishing association. The local Elks provided lunch and everyone had a good time. The sculptures could be viewed by driving your vehicle around or going on a wagon ride provided by the owner. The sculptures are very innovative and enjoyable for people of all ages.
This place would cost a lot to see in some places. Here it is free. Wonderful metal abstract sculptures albeit a bit political in isolated instances. A band shell, a picnic area, a fishing pond with poles for the kids, a snowmobile rest stop and a stop on the North Country Trail. A true community treasure
Lakenenland is a free sculpture park just off M28 about 7 miles from the intersection of M28 and US41. It is loaded with quality hand made large and colorful metal sculptures made by Tom Lakenen. These are on a trail that can be walked or driven on. There is also a very nice large picnic area with a music stage.... 更多
This place was created by a local welder/fabricator/artist. It welcomes everyone, and you pay based on your own sense of the value it provides. Family friendly - hot chocolate during the cold times. GREAT stop for snowmobilers!