The Best Upper Michigan Golf Courses and Clubs

The Best Upper Michigan Golf Courses and Clubs

Come and experience all three of our exciting courses.

Michigan Fall Color Tours

Michigan Fall Color Tours

It's when autumn arrives in Michigan. And there's no better place to see the dynamic colors of a trillion trees.

Iron County Fishing

Iron County Fishing

There are 314 lakes and approximately 900 miles of rivers in Iron County that have numerous species of fish.

Fishing Is Family Fun

Fishing Is Family Fun

Fishing is one of the top family fun activities in Iron County, and its lakes and streams provide excellent sport fishing.

Iron County Snowmobiling

Iron County Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is the greatest and most exciting sport there is in the the Great Lakes Region!

Iron County Michigan Lakes

Iron County Michigan Lakes

There are 314 lakes and approximately 900 miles of rivers in Iron County.

Relax, Rest & Rejuvenate

Relax, Rest & Rejuvenate

Campfire, long walks, reading under the shade of a giant maple, paddling on a quiet lake ... it's time to unwind.

Nature Surrounds In Iron County Michigan

Nature Surrounds In Iron County Michigan

Welcome to a corner of the world that’s like nothing else in this world. You’ll find a wonderland of unspoiled natural beauty in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Swim, Fish, Kayak & Play

Swim, Fish, Kayak & Play

A variety of locations provide summer activities. With 314 lakes and 900 miles of rivers, there is something for everyone. The UP of Michigan is relaxing as well as offers an opportunity for groups to gather.

Spring Activities

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Bird Watching

Bird watchers are an anxious breed in the spring as they await the spring migration when many species of birds wing their way to nesting grounds in the county. High on their list is Michigan’s state bird, the robin, as well as other species including cardinals, sandpipers, mourning doves and waterfowl. Among favorite bird watching sites are the Fortune Lakes, where a 2-mile nature trail and the little peninsula afford good views of warblers, loons and eagles. Bring your camera and binoculars to view nesting pairs, but be sure to keep your distance.


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Even before the snow melts completely away, wildflowers make their presence known, including the native trillium at Pentoga Park off County Road 424. Downtown Iron River and the Caspian City Hall have incorporated natural plantings with the theme, “Wild Garden Relatives.” Pick up a walking tour brochure at the chamber of commerce.


bikeHiking & Biking

Unofficially, the first sign of spring may not be the robin but rather the first hiker or biker on the Apple Blossom Trail, which runs from Iron River through Caspian. See the hike and bike section for details on this and other trails.

 


waterfallWaterfalls

Snowmelt and April showers combine to swell rivers and streams with waterfalls usually at their annual peak for volume and beauty. Cameras, a steady tripod (for longer exposures) and good hiking boots are recommended. Be sure to view the larger falls from a safe distance.