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The #1 Midwest Family Resort


Ski Brule,  a premier Ski Resort in Michigan is the #1 Midwest Ski Resort.  Located just over the Wisconsin Michigan boarder, Ski Brule is perfect for a day trip or a weekend get-a-way.  Something for everyone:  ski, snowboard, terrain parks, tubing, acrobag, fat bike trails, cross country trails, snowshoe trails, sleigh rides, kids programs and more!  

What sets Ski Brule apart from other ski areas?  It starts with snow.  Ski Brule know how to manage snow better than anywhere else which results in amazing conditions.  Don’t worry about what it looks like in your backyard, you can always count on Ski Brule for fantastic conditions.   Ski Brule has opened as early as October 24 and has been open as late as May 15.  Six months of snowsports is a reality at Ski Brule.Advanced Lift Ticket Sale

“My family made a trip to Ski Brule.  My wife and I and our three children (twins age 6 & age 3).  My mother, sister in laws and two of their friends joined us.  From renting skis to receiving help on the chairlifts, Ski Patrol and the Homestead Lodge, you could not have asked for any better service.  Ski Brule has top notch staff and it did not go unnoticed.  Thank you Ski Brule!”  ~ Brian, Rhinelander, WI

Ski Brule Lodging Book OnlinePlan your getaway at your favorite Michigan ski resort and experience why Ski Brule is the #1 Snowboard & Ski Resort in the Midwest.  Ski Brule is proud to deliver affordable, family fun with the best guest service anywhere!  The fun at Ski Brule began 60 years ago when Ski Brule founder George promised “quality family fun at an affordable price.”  Ski Brule has kept his promise and added “being the friendliest, helpful, most outgoing resort anywhere with a variety of activities.”  You have many choices where to spend your recreational time.  Choose spending time with your Ski Brule family … you will be glad that you did .. so will we.

“Just a shout out to the wonderful staff you have at Ski Brule. My youngest just learned how to ski while at Brule this winter. Now she wants to go every day! The staff at the lifts were phenomenal about helping her load. She had so much fun she asked me if she could get a poster for her room that says “Maple Syrup”. So cute! Thanks, Ski Brule! We’ll be back next season for sure.”   ~ Marie Petrasko


Located in Iron River, Michigan in the beautiful Upper Peninsula.
397 Brule Mountain Road, Iron River, Michigan 49935
1-800-362-7853  [email protected]

Online 2017/18 Ski Brule Travel Planner PDF:     Page 1-8       Page 9-16       Page 17-24      Page 25-32


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July 2 2018
Iron County Historical Museum

Iron County Historical Museum is a must do on when visiting Iron County. The Iron County Historical Museum was founded in October 1962. In 1963, the Pickands-Mather Company deeded 5.5 acres, including the large mining headframe and engine house of the Caspian Mine, to Iron County to create a museum. In 1968, the Museum opened in time for the Caspian and Mineral Hills Jubilees. The grounds were planned with outdoor complexes following the European pattern of development. In 1970 the Peterson Mining Hall was added to the engine house. In 1971 the Brule Cabin, a homestead from 1913, was moved to the Museum park. The Beechwood Log Home (circa1890) was moved to the grounds in 1972, as was the Stager Depot (built in 1890).  In 1972-73, the Johnson Homestead Cabin (1906) and the Sharrard Lumber Camp (circa 1920), the last standing in Iron County, were brought in and a metal storage barn was built. The Soderquist barns in Bates Township were reassembled on the grounds in 1976. In 1977 the Blacksmith Shop (end of Bates Barn) was added and in the Museum’s lumber camp area, a sleigh barn (using material from the torn-down Chicagoan Lake Pavilion) was built. In 1978 Carrie Jacobs-Bond’s home (c.1890) was moved from Iron River to the Museum Park. The log Kline house (c.1890) was reassembled as a barn in 1983-84. In 1987 the Puotinen log barn (c. 1900) joined it in the homestead area. The “Shops” building east of the Depot was built in 1985 in time for the “Reporter” Dedication. In 1988-89 the Pioneer (Baumgartner) School, the 1911 St. Mary’s Church from Gaastra and a sauna belonging to the William Maki family were moved in. The LeBlanc Gallery was added in 1990-91 and the Mining Memorial Hall in 1995-96. The Red Barn and shed were added in 1998. The Brandon Giovanelli Home and Studio were brought in, in 1999. And the Young Fire Hall and the Museum Research Center were added in 2004 and 2005, respectively.

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