Written by ironcountylodging on September 22, 2016
Hunting Wild Turkeys in the Upper Peninsula
A wild turkey is an exciting bird to hunt. For a long time, turkey experts said that wild turkeys could never survive a winter in the north. In spite of the experts, a few years ago Michigan introduced turkeys into Menominee County, and they are happily surviving and propogating to this day. Some of the turkeys flew across the River into Marinette County, Wisconsin. There they proceeded to thrive and multiply, moving north in
Written by ironcountylodging on September 16, 2016
HARVEST FESTIVAL SET AT BEWABIC STATE PARK
CRYSTAL FALLS—Campsites will begin filing up at Bewabic State Park for the annual Harvest Festival on Sept. 16-17.
Spooky sounds will be heard across Fortune Lake as campers and visitors begin the fall weekend event on Friday at 5 p.m. at the campground host’s site. Storytelling, crafts and campfire cooking will be offered as part of the Harvest Festival.
On Saturday at Harvest Festival Bewabic , park rangers will continue the fall fun at the pavilion area
Written by ironcountylodging on September 15, 2016
Musky Fishing In Iron County Is The Best!
Have you ever gone down to the basement, stared at the rafters and said to nobody, “What in God’s name am I doing down here?”
Yesterday I did just that. Then I saw some muskie lures lined up on a clothes line and remembered, “Oh yeah, I need to start looking at some favorite fall baits in all types: blade baits and spinnerbaits, plastic crankbaits, wooden jerkbaits, and some rubber “Bulldog” type baits, that
Written by ironcountylodging on September 12, 2016
Michigan’s great outdoors are home to many outstanding hunting opportunities. The state’s ruffed grouse get scores of resident and nonresident hunters afield each fall, and with good reason.
Hunting Great Lakes grouse can be one of the best ways to spend a fall day. You don’t need a ton of gear—yourself, a trusty shotgun, a pocketful of shells, some hunter’s orange, and perhaps a good dog will do. A grouse hunt is never a waste of time, even when you
Written by ironcountylodging on September 10, 2016
While all of these mushrooms are considered edible, this does not mean that you don’t have to use caution in your identification. Learn your Keys to identifying mushrooms by studying Field guides and learning from other hunters.
Bricktops: Naematoloma sublateritium – photo by Steo
Edible with caution.
A late fall shroom, found in clustered growth on deciduous (oak,maple,etc) logs. Usually a brick red color cap, with purplish-gray gills. Very good to eat, but caution needs to be given on identification.
A purple-brown sporeprint is
Written by ironcountylodging on September 7, 2016
Save 11% On Your Stay September 1 – October 31, 2016. How?
1. Book your stay between September 1 & October 31.
2. Enjoy your Upper Peninsula get-a-way.
3. Go to www.ironcountylodging.com and print out rebate form.
4. Complete rebate form, attach your lodging receipt to it and mail to Iron County Lodging Association … and your 11% is on it’s way back to you.
Plan, Play, Stay & SAVE 11%!
Why visit Iron County this fall? For starters .. FALL COLORS! You will not find
Written by ironcountylodging on August 22, 2016
Cross Country Skiing
Did you know that we have 33K of cross country trails here at Ski Brule?! Cross Country skiing can not only be an amazing work out but it is a good way for the entire family to do something together because just like downhill skiing, it is a sport for every age!
Here are the Top 10 Health Benefits of Cross-Country Skiing:
You get a full-body workout. Nordic skiing combines both a lower body and upper body workout, while
Written by ironcountylodging on August 9, 2016
The Special Olympics Fundraiser / Iron County Community Walk/Run and Bike Ride for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 11th. This event will take place at The Chicaugon Lake Inn. Registration will take place from 8:00 a.m. The walkers and bikers will go off at 8:30 a.m. and the runners will leave at 9:00 a.m. The bike ride is 18 miles and the walk/run will be a 5K
Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt.
The Law Enforcement
Written by ironcountylodging on August 6, 2016
Looking for something fun to do in Iron County?!?! Look no further, here are some upcoming events that are happening in Iron County.
Iron County Fair
125th Iron County Fair
Events will take place on August 11th – August 14th
In late August, local talk turns to the dwindling days of summer, the daily hunting season countdown, predictions about the upcoming winter and the Iron County Fair. This four-day event invites Iron County residents and visitors alike to explore a wide variety of activities
Written by ironcountylodging on August 2, 2016
Mount Arvon – A Must See
Part of the Huron Mountains, Mount Arvon is Michigan’s highest point. Rising 1,979 feet above sea level and fairly accessible by many vehicles, the summit of Mount Arvon is definitely worth checking out.
A Brief Summary of Mount Arvon
You drive through L’Anse, take a trip down Skanee Road, then turn onto what shortly becomes a gravel road. Eleven curvy miles later you reach the top of Mount Arvon.
There’s a sign noting that you are in fact