Local Attractions & Things To Do

Crystal Falls Area • Paint River • Upper Michigan

Restaurants

  • Innfield Bar & Pizzeria – 12 min drive
  • Curious Pig – 12 min drive
  • Subway – 11 min drive
  • Logans Place – 12 min drive

Getting around

Iron Mountain, MI (IMT-Ford) – 45 min drive

What’s nearby

  • Bewabic State Park – 15 min drive

The Infield Bar & Pizzeria has stepped up to the the plate by serving the best tasting, genuine pizza in the Upper Peninsula.  What makes the Infield pizza taste so good? The secret is in our homemade sauce, delicious crust and all of our ingredients are fresh made on-site daily.We not only service the best pizza in Iron County but we serve the best Friday night fish fry in the area!  We also have many other great items on our menu. Stop by anytime to try out our new recipes!  Day, night, happy hour or late-night, our atmosphere will always be fun, warm and happening, and our staff will be glad to serve you.

LIVE MUSIC EVERY THURSDAY!

https://infield.bar/

Fantastic, Homemade, Fresh!

A welcoming atmosphere for you and your family to enjoy a meal!

Logans’ Place is located on the hillside in downtown historic Crystal Falls, Michigan. We serve Hand Dipped Hard Ice Cream, Burgers and Fries, Deli Sub Sandwiches and Wraps, Breads, Cookies, Muffins and more. We have daily sandwich and wrap specials, a burger of the week for a great price, and many week long foods specials. We also make muffins and breads daily.

https://logans.place/

Welcome to Curious Pig – the right place for a delicious pie in Crystal Falls, MI! What makes us so popular with our customers is our outstanding food and service. So, if you’re around Iron County, don’t hesitate to give us a visit. Trust us, you’re in for a real treat. We got some amazing pizzas, many of which are available as gluten-free or with a Cauliflower crust. For a start, you can try our cheese or pepperoni pie, or even create yours. But we also have other interesting combinations. These include our Clucker, Bull, Garden, and Little Piggy pizza, to name a few. Just check our menu for details on all the ingredients and make your pick from there. Furthermore, we serve fresh salads, sandwiches, sides, and then some. Plus, we offer a great kid’s menu, suitable for our youngest visitors.

https://www.curiouspigmenu.com/

Enjoy your visit of the City of Crystal Falls past, present & future along the banks of the beautiful Paint River. Crystal Falls, Michigan is located in the heart of Iron County, and has plenty to offer the potential newcomer.

 

Website: https://crystalfalls.org/

MICHIGAN TROUT STREAMS

Michigan is blessed with an abundance of cold, quality trout waters offering 38,000 plus miles of rivers and streams, including over 12,500 miles of classic trout streams. Remarkable, 868 miles are considered premier top-quality streams, which Michigan classifies as its Blue Ribbon Trout Streams (BRTS).

District 2 Blue Ribbon Trout Streams, which includes the Crystal Falls area, is the home of 6 of Michigan’s best.

  • Brule River, Iron County (M-73 to M-189)
  • Cooks Run, Iron County (US-2 to Paint River)
  • Fence River, Iron County (Junction with East Branch to downstream edge of Section 35, T45N, R31W – See Plat Book)
  • Iron River, Iron County (Raft Lake (T43N, R36W, Section 12) to City of Iron River
  • Paint River (South Branch), Iron County (Forest Road 3270 to Gibbs City
  • Ford River, Dickinson County (Upstream edge of Section 15, T43N, R30W to Henderson

Website: https://crystalfalls.org/fishing

1933 U.S. 2
Crystal Falls, MI 49920

Bewabic State Park is situated on Fortune Lake, which is part of the Fortune Lakes Chain. It is one of just a few state parks that allow the operation of an ORV between the campground and nearby ORV trails.

Visit the Michigan DNR Website

Snowmobiling

Winter in Crystal Falls and Iron County continues to entertain the outdoor enthusiast. Iron County is a snowmobiler’s paradise. Our 250 miles of carefully groomed trails provide unequaled “sledding.”

Visit the Chippewa Sno-Kats Trail Club website for additional snowmobiling in Upper Michigan information at https://chippewasnokats.com.

For an update on the current Upper Michigan snowmobile trail conditions visit U.P. Travel & Recreation Association.

Website: https://crystalfalls.org/snowmobiling

Snowmobile racing and Eagle River have become so deeply intertwined for the past 4 decades that the names are almost synonymous. Say snowmobile race and most drivers will picture the wide-banked oval turns and the ice track in Eagle River. Mention the name of this Northern Wisconsin resort community and snowmobile race fans think of a long history of colorful, exciting races. All in which have brought the best snowmobile racers in the world together year after year to race for more than cash prizes and gigantic trophies, but for the prestige that comes with winning the big one. The history of snowmobiles started in Vilas County long before the first Eagle River race in 1964. The sport actually had its beginning some 40 years before that when Carl Eliason of Sayner invented the first snowmobile that could be related to the present machines. Although it was more of a snow toboggan, it had the same principles, and a track to drive the machine over the snow.

World Championship Derby Complex
1311 N Railroad St.
Eagle River, WI 54521

Phone: 715-479-4424
Website: derbycomplex.com

Downhill Skiing & Tubing

Ski Brule provides the best Michigan skiing at all times with the best snow conditions and the longest snow season in the Midwest.

Located in Iron River, Michigan in the beautiful Upper Peninsula.
397 Brule Mountain Road, Iron River, Michigan 49935

Website: https://skibrule.com/