Lakenenland Sculpture Park is the brainchild, and artist welding visions of Tom Lakenenland and features over 100 sculptures with additional sculptures added yearly. You can walk through the property year-round, but driving the park is seasonal.
The story about how the sculpture park came about is a rather interesting one. One man’s journey to better himself, lead to purchasing 37.5 acres of land to continue his art. If you would like to hear his personal journey – directly from him, listen to the audio.
|Lakenenland Sculpture Park is a 37.5-acre park 15 miles east of Marquette, Michigan with a collection of over 100 scrap iron sculptures to view. During the winter months, the snowmobile trail leaves a nice trail to walk and the shelter area has a fireplace. In summer, there are 2 fishing ponds, a playground, and a bog walk, and leashed pets are welcome. With direct access to The North Country Trail.
|Open 24 hours
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