Iron County Lodging Association

Reminder to Mark Your Calendars for Fall Colors

Even with snow, our fall colors are still beautiful; make sure to take a drive before they're gone.  We're only a few hours north from the Green Bay / Fox Valley area, but we have plenty to offer so pack the car and come spend a weekend with us, you'll be so glad you did. 

The most picturesque time of year in Iron County Michigan is the Fall Season. As the daylight hours get shorter, the leaves of the forest begin to transition from the bright green of summer to autumn’s palette of reds, yellows and oranges.

Historically, the Color Tour season starts mid-September and runs for almost three weeks.  For more information on routes to take, places to stop, see our fall colors tour page.

We have something for everyone from silent to motorized sports - explore over 1,200 square miles with only #onestoplight, paddle over 300 miles of river, fish five blue-ribbon trout streams, or connect to over 500 miles of multi-use trails throughout the west U.P.!

 

Photo caption credit: Kevin Zini

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Rewarding Places to Stay in Michigan

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906-214-2308
906-265-9100
40 E Adams St
Iron River, MI 49935

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Chicaugon
Lake Inn

906-265-9244
1700 County Road 424
Gaastra, MI 49917

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Lakeshore Motel
Ice Lake

906-265-3611
1257 W Ice Lake Rd
Iron River, MI 49935

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Pioneer
Lodge

800-362-7853
373 Brule Mountain Rd
Iron River, MI 49935

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Ski Brule
Village

800-DO-BRULE
906-265-4957
397 Brule Mountain Rd
Iron River, MI 49935

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Tall
Pines

906-822-7713
1968 US 141 Highway
Amasa, MI 49903

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Iron County Michigan Visitors Guide

Iron County is one of the Upper Peninsula’s best kept secrets. From camping to fishing, hunting to canoeing, mountain biking to forest bathing – no matter your interests, the great outdoors and clear crisp air await you here.

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