Iron County Lodging Association

Winter Activities

Iron County Snowmobiling

Catch Area Snowmobile News, Clubs & More 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...

Ice Fishing - Perch, Walleye, More!

Tip-up! Flag! Either of those words gets an immediate reaction from ice fishermen chatting up a storm in their ice shelter. Legs flying, they race to the tip-up, watch intently as line is pulled from the spool, and then reach down to set the hook on a walleye or northern pike. Modern and sophisticated electronics...

Downhill Skiing / Snowboarding

Downhill Skiing Ski Brule, located off M-189 near Iron River, enjoys a reputation for being “first to open, last to close,” and historically, has a season that lasts just over five months. Ski Brule has ski slopes to match the expertise of any skier or snowboarder and is dedicated to offering a familyfriendly, customer service-based vacation....

Cross Country Skiing

Nestled in the heart of the Upper Peninsula, Iron County offers pristine trails, breathtaking landscapes, and a winter wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts. Discover the best routes, gear recommendations, and local tips for an unforgettable Nordic skiing experience.

Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing For those whose desire is to go softly through the woods on snowshoes, there are snowshoe trails around Brule Mountain and at The Listening Inn. Snowshoe enthusiasts can also “bushwhack” almost any direction they wish, with terrain from nearly level to rolling landscapes. Snowshoe through the woods, breathing air filled with smells of the...

Fat Tire Biking

Ride over 13 miles of groomed fat tire bike trails from Young's Golf Recreation & Dining or over 14 miles of fat tire bike trails at Ski Brule.  Don't have your own fat tire bike? Both offer rentals and easier trails for beginners - come out and explore something new!

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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Lake Inn

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

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Ice Lake

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

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

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

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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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