About Iron County

Iron County Historical Museum

Anglers flow into Iron County for a Canadian fishing experience that you don’t have to fly to reach. With more than 900 miles of streams and rivers, the Michigamme Reservoir and nearly 100 inland lakes, there’s an inexhaustible list of great fishing spots all year-round.

Our abundance of rivers and lakes also means great canoeing, kayaking, boating and swimming.

Don’t spend your time just outdoors. Iron County has dozens of cultural spots and events to liven your stay. Visit the Iron County Historical Museum in Caspian, considered one of the top historical sites in Michigan with its 26 buildings that make up Heritage Village and home of the Lee LeBlanc Wildlife Art Gallery. Attend the Labor Day Picnic and Pie Social, Italian Day, Log Cabin Day or the 10-day Christmas Galleria and Basket Raffle.The

Iron County Rodeo

Come to Iron County for tons of other events such as Rum Rebellion Days, Crystal Falls Lions Bass Festival, the U.P. Championship Rodeo or the famous Humungus Fungus Fest.

You can also attend a play at Windsor Center and hear the unique pipe organ at the historic Crystal Theater. Architecture lovers will want to see the castle-like Iron County Courthouse, one of the finest buildings ever constructed in Michigan’s U.P.

Learn more: www.iron.org or 906/265-3822.