The city of Menominee is bordered by waterfront, the bay of Green Bay and the Menominee River. Located just across the bridge from Marinette, Wisconsin, Menominee is known as the place “Where the Best of Michigan Begins.” The waterfront plays a key role in life in the city and hosts community events. There’s a full-service campground adjacent to the Menominee River and a large marina on the bay.
The Historic Waterfront Downtown District provides opportunities for dining and shopping. Outdoor enthusiasts will delight at the beaches at Veterans Memorial Park and Tourist Park and hiking at Henes Park. The park is one of the community’s star attractions.
The city boasts a supportive business environment and strives to provide the ingredients for economic growth. Menominee is serviced by the Menominee-Marinette Twin County Airport.
The city of Menominee is the county seat of Menominee, Michigan, in the Upper Peninsula. A twin city to Marinette, Wisconsin, Menominee has a population of 8,599 people, as recorded in the 2010 census.
The Menominee Area Public Schools are the home of the Maroons.