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Casino Queen® Marquette is your destination for nonstop gaming action, appetizing dining choices, and tons of giveaways. The casino features 540 slot machines with unique themes along with penny slots and video poker. New games include Gold Bars 7's, Wild Lepre Coins, Volcanic Rock Fire and much more. Stay classic with table games such as Craps, Blackjack, Mississippi Stud, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, 21+3, & Fusion.
McGregor-Marquette Chamber of Commerce
Our Iowa Great Place is nestled between the Mississippi River and the towering bluffs of Northeast Iowa. The streets are lined with 19th-century buildings, antique and specialty shops and restaurants. Enjoy hiking, boating, fishing, Mississippi River tours, shopping, a winery, brewery, casino and more. Enjoy our natural beauty full of magic and wonder at Effigy Mounds National Monument, Pikes Peak State Park, and Yellow River State Forest.
Prairie du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce
The Prairie du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to provide you with this information about the Prairie du Chien area. Prairie du Chien is located just above the confluence of the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers, and is the oldest European settlement on the Upper Mississippi River. Many epic frontier stories were played out in Prairie du Chien. Our history dates back to the 17th century with many sites preserved and open to visitors. A wide variety of attractions and activities throughout the year makes the Prairie du Chien area one of the choice destinations in Wisconsin.
Clayton County, Iowa Development Group
The mission of the Clayton County Development Group is to enhance opportunities for the creation of wealth for the citizens of Clayton County, Iowa.
When visiting Marquette, McGregor Effigy Mounds. The mounds preserved here are considered sacred by many Americans, especially the Monument's 20 culturally associated American Indian tribes.
Pikes Peak State Park
Pikes Peak State Park is one of the most photographed places in Iowa. Pikes Peak is rich in natural, cultural and historical resources, and famed for its majestic views of the Mississippi River. Stand atop the 500-foot bluff (1,130-foot elevation) for a breathtaking view and see the confluence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers. The park is named after Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, sent by the government in 1805 to select a site for a military fort. Pike chose this site but the government built the fort across the river. Pikes Peak officially became a state park in 1936.