Michigan snowmobile trails are OPEN for the 2013/14 snowmobile season. Iron County boasts more than 260 miles of extensively groomed and well-marked snowmobile trails, drawing riders from throughout the region and beyond to enjoy scenic journeys that are a trademark of trails here. The wide open trails traverse abandoned railroad beds, weave through varied wooded terrain and cross lakes for excellent sledding. Snowfall totals are between 90 and 120 inches each season. The season opens Dec. 1 and closes March
Hello visitors, with the end of the month just around the corner, that means Thanksgiving is just a few days away. In the Iron County area we have tons of activities for you and your family or friends to be part of! On Thanksgiving Day, the Iron County Area has options for people to choose from if they are looking to have a nice meal without the cooking part.
The 12th Annual Crystal Falls Community Thanksgiving Dinner takes place at Guardian
As we roll into day 4 of the 2013 Michigan Firearm Deer Season here in Iron County, from some reports it looks like hunters are seeing some success despite the mild temperatures we saw this weekend. But for those of you who still haven’t seen a buck there still plenty of time! With firearm deer season going til November 30th hunters have many more opportunities to bag that trophy buck.
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2013 Michigan Firearm Whitetail Deer Season
With opening day just a day away, hunters will begin to leave for the north woods. Thousands of hunters will take to the woods this weekend to hopefully take down that trophy buck. With the season open thru November 30th, hunters will have a two week period of time to seek that elusive buck and fill up their freezers. Statewide, hunting success and hunter satisfaction increased, the 2013 Michigan Deer Hunting Prospects report said,
Iron County Whitetail Deer Hunting Firearm Season Opens 11/15/13
Archery hunters have been in the woods, the creek bottoms, and the brushy belts that wrap around agricultural ground since the beginning of October and will take a break as the firearm season brings out the hunters in significant numbers. Beginning with opening day and extending over the course of the two-week firearm season, more than half a million hunters are expected to take part.
The folks at the Michigan Department of Natural
November 5, 2013
Michigan Hunting & Michigan Fishing doesn’t get any better!
Duck hunting, grouse hunting, deer hunting, whitefish spearing and lake trout fishing do it all in the same weekend in Iron County Michigan! Yes you can!
We headed to Perch Lake Saturday morning for Michigan duck hunting and the birds were plentiful. Best part was that we were the only hunters on the lake. Peaceful sunrise, warm coffee and good friends. Did I mention a ton of birds too? We all
Getting that itch to enjoy a day on the slopes with family and friends? Well Iron County’s favorite family ski resort Ski Brule has rev’d up snowmaking operations! As I began to drive down the road towards the mountain this morning, the temps began to drop to the mid to upper 20′s, making it perfect for snowmaking. Sure enough after cresting the hill the trees along the mountain were covered in a beautiful white snow!
Now as long as
The 2013/2014 ski season has started here in Iron County! Ski Brule recently began its snowmaking operations on October 23, 2013! With temps during the day reaching into the mid to upper 30′s snow making conditions aren’t the best, but when old man winter begins to grab hold and the winds come out of the north, Ski Brule will be ready! For almost 40 years Ski Brule has been the Premier Michigan Ski Resort for skiers and snowboarders in the
October 22, 2013
Wondering what to do this Halloween in Crystal Falls Michigan or Iron River Michigan? There’s so much to choose from, deciding is going to be a challenge!
The Crystal Falls District Community Library will be hosting a kids’Halloween costume party on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.There will be costume judging, games and prizes for the winners of each event. The party will end with a Halloween treat.
The West Iron District Library will be having ts annual
Hope you all found some time to get out and enjoy the fall colors over the past few weeks. Sadly our peak seems to have come and gone here in Iron County as we are now moving into Mid-October. But with the falling of leaves from the trees, that only means one thing, we will now be seeing the woods fill with hunters out to try there luck in the woods! Sportsmen from all across the midwest are drawn