About IronwoodThe largest city in the Gogebic Range, Ironwood grew with the iron mining boom of the 1880s. It is the main trading, lumber and winter recreation center of the region. An imposing local landmark is the 52-foot colored fiberglass statue of Hiawatha on Houk Street.
Visitor Centers Western Upper Peninsula Convention & Visitors Bureau 405 Lake St. Ironwood, MI 49938. Phone:(906)932-4850 or (800)522-5657
Skiing Mount Zion Ski Resort
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