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Maps of Hancock, Michigan and F.J. McLain State Park

View maps of trails, parks, attractions, historic spots, restaurants, hotels, and more in Hancock by clicking a link for the online version (GIF) and PDF version. PDF versions are full-page maps, saved at a higher resolution for printing.

Hancock Area Map - small map
  Hancock Area Map (Online version)

Hancock Area Map (PDF)

Trails shown: Jack Stevens Trail is paved within Hancock's city limits and is used for biking, walking, and snowmobiling. There is a paved trail path along part of US-41 from downtown to the Quincy Mine area. The trailhead for Maasto Hihto Ski Trails is located just north of the Driving Park Baseball Fields, near Houghton County Fairgrounds.

Bike routes shown: Cyclists can ride along M-203 to Hancock Beach and to McLain State Park. There are bike lanes along Elevation Street and Campus Drive.

Walking routes shown: In downtown Hancock, there are several sidewalks that pass historic locations, restaurants and much more. The sidewalks along the Portage Lift Bridge can be used to reach Houghton; the sidewalk on the east side of the bridge provides the easiest access to downtown Houghton.

Parks shown: Condon Baseball Field, Condon Park, Driving Park Baseball Fields, East Hancock Stairway Park, Houghton County Marina, Laurn Grove Park, Montezuma Park, Pine Park, Porvoo Park, Scenic View Turnout, Terrace Park, and Third Street Park.

Also shown: Keweenaw National Historical Park/Quincy Mine, Houghton County Arena, Houghton County Fairgrounds, restaurants, historic locations, farmer's market location, fishing spots, scenic view locations, schools, and other locations.




Downtown Hancock Map - small map
  Downtown Hancock Map (Online version)

Downtown Hancock Map (PDF)

The map shows Hancock Bike Shop, Finnish-American Heritage Center, City Hall, Finlandia University locations, restaurants, stores, hotels, churches, historic spots, parks, trails, and more in downtown Hancock.

Trails shown: Parts of the Jack Stevens Trail and the paved path along US-41.

Walking routes shown: Several sidewalks can be used to walk to restaurants and shops, and past historic buildings in Hancock.

Parks shown: Condon ontezuma Park, Porvoo Park, Scenic View Turnout, and Terrace Park.






Hancock Beach & Western Hancock Map - small map
  Hancock Beach & Western Hancock Map (Online version)

Hancock Beach & Western Hancock Map (PDF)

Hancock Beach has a sandy swimming beach on Portage Canal, volleyball courts, playgrounds, and picnic areas.

North of Hancock Beach on M-203 there is a boat launch on Portage Canal.

The bike route uses a wide shoulder along M-203 to go to McLain State Park.

The map also shows Driving Park Baseball Fields, Houghton County Arena, Houghton County Fairgrounds, and the trailhead for Maasto Hihto Ski Trails.




F.J. McLain State Park Map - small map
  F.J. McLain State Park Map (Online version)

F.J. McLain State Park Map (PDF)

Approximately 10 miles from Hancock, McLain State Park has trails for hiking and cross-country skiing and a very long sandy beach on Lake Superior. Keweenaw Upper Entrance Light (lighthouse) is located near the state park. Shows part of the bike route along M-203, which goes to west to Calumet and south to Hancock.






Also see:
- Hancock, Calumet, Laurium, and Lake Linden Trails & Bike Routes







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