Baraga County is a place where one can combine the awe-inspiring beauty of the nature that surrounds the area with the modern resources and amenities that you would expect from one of Michigan's Upper Peninsula's best kept secrets.

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Baraga County’s location affords many the opportunity to enjoy the pristine waters of Lake Superior, while being in the protected shores of Keweenaw Bay. This beautiful bay is rich with history, beginning in the early 1800s as a  major port of trade for fur pelts, fish and timber. The natural resources that surrounded Keweenaw Bay allowed the region to experience  early sources of economic wealth and prosperity. As time went on the bay continued to be the major driving force behind the growth and development of what we now call Baraga County. Today you will see fisherman and pleasure boaters sharing those clear Superior waters and reaping the benefits that all those who have lived along Keweenaw Bays shores have experienced.

Baraga County


Field of Terror Haunted Corn Maze

When: Fri Oct 9, 2015 - Sat Oct 10, 2015
Where: Baraga, on M-38 2 miles west of US41/M38 junction on the left
Description: Times: 7:30pm until 10:30pm each night
Location: Baraga, on M-38 2 miles west of US41/M38 junction
$6 admission, includes LED flash light
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Phone – 906-201-1264

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