Lodging and Businesses in Baraga, MI and L'Anse MI
on Keweenaw Bay in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Cottages, Vacation Homes,
Baraga & L'Anse MI are located in Baraga County on the shores of Keweenaw Bay with L'Anse on the eastern shore and Baraga is situated on the western shoreline.
Up North Realty in L'Anse features recreational property, vacant land, vacant waterfront land, waterfront homes and cottages, camps, residential property, hunting land,and hobby farms. We primarily have properties in Baraga, Southern Houghton, and Northern Iron Counties but offer property throughout the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Call or stop by the office and we will help you find the property of your dreams or assist you selling your property. Up North Realty, 2 East Broad St., 18272 Highway US-41, L'Anse, MI 49946. Call Tracy at 906-524-2211
Baraga County Memorial Hospital, 770 North Main Street, L'Anse, Michigan 49946. Phone: (906) 524-6166
Bishop Baraga Shrine on the crest of the Red Rock Bluffs between L'Anse and Baraga. Stop and enjoy this peaceful spot overlooking the bay. Small shop with books, gifts, baked goods, ice cream, coffee, and snacks.
Filpus Log Cabins, 2 log cabins on Otter Lake near the Sturgeon River headwaters. Cabin 1 sleeps 5+, Cabin 2 sleeps 6. Sauna. Each cabin has private dock and boat. Great for fishing, hunting, snowmobling. On the trail. 30 miles south of Houghton. Between Chassell and Baraga. HC 1, Box 179, Pelkie MI 49958. Phone 906-334-2639.
Baraga State Park
L'Anse Township Park & Campground located 2.5 miles east of L'Anse on Skanee Road. 30 Campsites with electricity, fire pit and picnic table. Phone: 906-524-6985.
Ojibwa Campground and Marina is located on the shoreline of Keweenaw Bay by Highway US-41on the north side of Baraga. The campground offers wooded and lakefront sites with electricity, water, a picnic table, and fire pit. There are restrooms with showers, RV dump station, a playground, and a pavilion for events. Sandy swimming beach. The Marina offers rental slips and a boat launch for great fishing or boatin g on Keweenaw Bay of Lake Superior. The nearby Historic Sand Point Lighthouse is not open but you can walk on the grounds. Ojibwa Recreation Area, 101 Lighthouse Road, Baraga, MI. Phone: 906-353-6955 or 906-201-4174
State Forest Campgrounds in Baraga County, (Spacious rustic campsites with picnic tables and fire rings.)
The village of Baraga is named after Bishop Frederic Baraga, the "Snowshoe Priest" from Slovenia. The last of his five missions is located at Assinins, two miles north of town where he established the St. Paul the Apostle Church in 1890. The church burned in 1902 and was replaced by the present church, a Michigan Historic Site.
The Municipal Marina offers two boat launches and a public pier for fishing or just sitting and enjoying the outstanding view of the bay.
L'Anse was founded in the early 1870's and features a delightful Waterfront Park with a marina, benches, restroom, picnic tables, playground, and a path to the Falls River Waterfalls. The green buoy marks the remains of the vessel Northerner for scuba divers to enjoy.
Baraga and L'Anse offer restaurants, shopping, and an outstanding waterfront for enjoying the beauty of Lake Superior as well as fantastic outdoor recreation for people of all ages. Stay a few days or spend the afternoon enjoying the beauty of Baraga County.
Top photo: Marina & Waterfront Park, L'Anse, MI
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