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Maps of Iron Mountain and Kingsford: Attractions, Bike Routes, Parks, Trails & More


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Maps of Iron Mountain and Kingsford, Michigan

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

Downtown Iron Mountain Map - small map
  Downtown Iron Mountain Map (Online version)

Downtown Iron Mountain Map (PDF)

Parks shown: Crystal Lake Park, Eastside Recreation Complex, Forest Street Playlot, Jess Tidmore Memorial Courts, Northside Ballfield, and Westside Field,

Bike Routes shown: The bike routes use the paved road shoulders, except for the bike route near the railroad tracks, which uses an alley and part of a parking lot.

Other places shown: Cornish Pump & Mining Museum, Chamber of Commerce, Dickinson County Courthouse, Iron Mountain City Hall, Izzo-Mariucci Ritness Center, Menominee Range Historical Museum, Millie Mine Bat Viewing Site, historical markers, restaurants, schools, stores, churches, and more.




Northern Iron Mountain Map - small map
  Northern Iron Mountain Map (Online version)

Northern Iron Mountain Map (PDF)

Park shown: Hersheid's Campo Sportivo.

Trails shown: Snowmobile trail.

Bike Routes shown: The bike routes along Pine Mountain Road and Quinnesec-Lake Antoine Road use the paved shoulders next to the road. The bike route along Milwaukee Avenue uses shoulder to Lehman Avenue. North of Lehman Avenue, you'll need to share the road and ride along the edge of the road.

Boat Launch shown: West Lake Antoine Boat Launch has a small parking lot for boat trailers. Kayaks and canoes can be launched on to Lake Antoine at the launch site also.

Other locations: Pine Mountain Ski Area, Famers Sports Bar (U.P. Sports Hall of Fame), Bay College West Campus, Michigan State Police, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church (historic site), hotels, restaurants, and more.






Iron Mountain & Kingsford Area Map - small map
  Iron Mountain & Kingsford Area Map (Online version)

Iron Mountain & Kingsford Area Map (PDF)

Parks shown: Cowboy Lake Park & Beach, Eastside Recreation Complex, Fumee Lake Natural Area, Iron Mountain City Park, Jim Dalzola Memorial Field, and Lodal Park.

Boat launches shown: Kayak/canoe launch at Cowboy Lake Park; West Lake Antoine Boat Launch.

Trails shown: Fumee Lake Natural Area Trails; Lake Antoine Park - Fumee Lake Natural Area Paved Path; Pedestrians often use the paved shoulders along Quinnesec-Lake Antoine Road; Iron Mountain City Park trails.

Bike routes: Shows all bike routes in the Iron Mountain and Kingsford area; The bike routes along Pine Mountain Road, Westwood Avenue, Woodward Avenue, Breitung Avenue, and Quinnesec-Lake Antoine Road use paved shoulders or bike lanes; within Iron Mountain, the bike route uses an alley to go from Kent to E Street, and the bike routes use bike lanes or the edges of city streets to reach Iron Mountain City Park; through Iron Mountain City Park, the bike route uses the park's drive and a dirt trail on the west side of the park; The northern bike routes along Bass Lake Road and Industrial Park Drive require you to ride on the outer edge of the road.

Also shown: hotels, motels, and some other locations.




Kingsford Map - small map
  Kingsford Map (Online version)

Kingsford Map (PDF)

Parks shown: Fairlawn Park, Lodal Park, and Gary Spigarelli Memorial Field.

Trail shown: Paved path along Westwood Avenue.

Bike routes: Shows the bike routes in Kingsford, which use bike lanes and paved road shoulders.

Other locations shown: Kingsford City Hall, restaurants, stores, churches, schools, and more.









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