Iron River Country Club
Iron River, Michigan
110 Hiawatha Rd
Iron River, MI 49935-8718
Call: (906) 265-3161
Open to the Public
Iron River Country Club is a 9-hole regulation length public golf course in Iron River, Michigan. This short layout will reward good shots and provide a fun golf outing for everyone. Online tee times may be available at Iron River Country Club or at nearby golf courses, usually offered at a discount from the normal rate.
Tees Par Yardage Course Rating Slope Back
Green fees – $25 to $27 (approximate)
Built in 1932
Course Superintendent: Steve Hill
Manager: Mark Melchiori
Crystal View Golf Course
Crystal Falls, Michigan
Call: (906) 875-3029.
Off Season Call: (906) 875-3212
Open to the Public – Crystal View Golf Course is located 1/2 mile east of downtown Crystal Falls off M-69. This is a challenging nine hole course located on the banks of the beautiful Paint River and overlooking the City of Crystal Falls. The golf course encompasses about 46.79 acres.The course opens in the spring as soon as weather permits 7 days a week with Wednesday set aside for the men and Thursday reserved for the women. Mondays allow Senior Citizens to golf at a reduced rate! Rental carts and clubs are available. Visitors are always welcome.
George Young Golf Course
Iron River, Michigan
159 Young’s Lane, P. O. Box 457
Iron River, Michigan 49935
Phone: (906) 265-3401
Fax: (906) 265-6448
Open to the Public – George Young Golf Course is a Championship 18-Golf Course, Located on Chicagon Lake, 8 Miles East of Iron River, Michigan on Highway 424. The facility offers the longest 18 hole golf course in the Upper Peninsula, a nature trail for hiking, cross country skiing and mountain biking trails and a heated indoor pool with Jacuzzi and sauna. Food and beverages are also available in the rustic timber and stone clubhouse, lounge and dining room for those who use the recreational facilities. Call to reserve a tee time!
Other Area Golf Courses
Come hike the miles and miles of beautiful groomed trails. The trails offer good terrain and woodlands for bird watching, so don’t forget your cameras and binoculars. Don’t forget to look for the Michigan wildflowers! Here are some of the wonderful nature you can find on the trail.
- You can find any number of the Evergreen trees, White Pine, Red pine, Tamarack, Scotch Pine, Balsam, Hemlock, Cedar, Norway Spruce, Maple, Black Cherry, Basswood, Ironwood.
- Wildlife includes Deer, Wild Turkey, Ruffed Grouse, Sand hill Cranes, Bald and Golden Eagles, more than 60 species of songbirds.
- You may also Wild blueberries, Day berries, Raspberries, Choke cherries, Black Berries and many species of wild flowers.
We are centrally located between 5 Blue Ribbon trout streams, so bring your gear and reel them in! There are plenty of options that are sure to please any fisherman.
Canoeing and Kayaking
There is lots of great canoeing and kayaking in the area including canoe trips and canoe packages.
Want to have some adventure with a group of friends? Try one of the canoe trips and bring along up to 8 people per trip.
Not into the group activities. Why not try canoeing in smaller groups? Smaller group size allows for a greater chance to view wildlife and a more enjoyable paddle.