MARQUETTE, MI-- Things are looking good for Upper Peninsula tourism over the next few months.
Tom Nemacheck is Executive Director of the Upper Peninsula Travel and Recreation Association. He says this past winter was tough because snow arrived later in the season, but spring tourism should see a huge jump.
“We’re going to see potentially record visits as compared to previous springs, even back many years.”
Nemacheck says when the first two COVID-19 vaccines were approved in December people started planning for the summer.