- The list below includes 9 free or cheap things to do in or near Ironwood, Michigan, including 32 different types of inexpensive activities like Kayaking, Bowling, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- From ABR Trails to Ottawa National Forest, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Ironwood.
Ottawa National Forest is spread across more than 1 million acres and offers you to enjoy the dense forests, local wildlife, waterfalls, black river campground,beach. Preferred by all age groups. Emergency medical treatment also available.
Marketing itself as the Upper Peninsula's warmest attraction, the Stormy Kromer Factory Tour allows guests to appreciate truly handcrafted apparel along the 45 minute tour of the facilities and the chance to purchase apparel at the flagship store on site.
Originally started as a youth ministry, Whitecap Kayak arranges a variety of outdoor trips and adventures. Additionally, many training programs are offered including kayaking instruction and ACA certification (for canoe instructors).
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930 E Cloverland Dr, Ste Us2, Ironwood, MI 49938 MoreLess Info
Visitors can sight-see the Lake Superior shoreline on a kayak excursion with experienced guides with Steep Creek Outfitters Whitecap Kayak. The company also organizes whitewater rafting excursions, with lessons hosted at Wausau Whitewater park.
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150 N Lowell Street, Ironwood, MI 49938 MoreLess Info
Run by a group of volunteers, Ironwood Area Historical Society Museum has a collection of artifacts relevant to the region's history. The museum is situated in a historic, three story building; with each room filled with memorabilia and antiques.
With 10 lanes to bowl from, Larry's Lucky Strikes Bowling offers visitors tournaments and leagues to participate in. Visitors can purchase party packages that include shoe rentals, pizza, and bowling games.
Nomad Sportfishing Charters offers seasonally available daily guided fishing trips by reservation on Lake Superior and other local waterways. Captain Dan McManman also takes anglers for river fishing on the Upper Peninsula and offers a unique no catch-no pay guarantee.
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In 1926, the government built the Turtle Flambeau Dam creating the 35,500-acre Turtle Flambeau Scenic Wilderness Waters Area. In the area, people can tube; water ski; canoe; kayak; fish for crappie, muskies, and small mouth bass; hunt for deer, bear, snowshoe hare, and turkey; and trap for mink and beaver.