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Photographs of Baraga and L'Anse, Michigan


Baraga State Park is located off US-41, south of Baraga.
Picnic shelter at Baraga State Park.

Trailhead for the hiking trail at Baraga State Park.
Horeshoe pits at the state park.

Part of the playground.
Baraga State Park has a modern campground.

There are comfort stations near the beach on L'Anse Bay.
A fall day at the playground near the campground.


There is also a playground near the bay.


A couple of the docks at the Village of Baraga Municipal Marina.
There is a paved trail that winds around the edge of the marina that has great views of Keweenaw Bay.

A view of L'Anse from the Marina
Another view of Baraga's marina.

Playground and picnic area at Village of Baraga Municipal Marina.
Another view of the path at Village of Baraga Municipal Marina.

L'Anse Waterfront Park is a very scenic spot for relaxing and recreation.
Some of the beach at L'Anse Waterfront Park.

There are severeal benches near the walking path at L'Anse Waterfront Park.
Picnic shelter and part of the playground at L'Anse Waterfront Park.

The boat launch at L'Anse Village Marina.
There are volleyball courts and small picnic shelters near L'Anse Village Marina.

A small picnic shelter at L'Anse Village Marina.
Baraga Cliff Roadside Park is north of Baraga on US-41.

Some of the view from Baraga Cliff Roadside Park.
A picnic area at Baraga Cliff Roadside Park.

Ojibwa Recreation Area has a campground and is home to the Sand Point Lighthouse.
Baraga Children's Park.

Baraga Children's Park has some nice playground equipment.
Baraga Ice Rink.


The wide road shoulder bike route along US-41 provides some scenic views between Baraga and Houghton.
An October day along the US-41 bike route.

Part of Chassell.
Entering Baraga from the north on US-41.

Some of downtown Houghton.
The Portage Lift Bridge in Houghton.


The narrow road shoulder along Pequaming Road can be used to ride along the Keweenaw Bay to Pequaming.
A boat on the Keweenaw Bay.

Pequaming Bay on a rainy day.
The old Ford water tower that was part of Henry Ford's complex at Pequaming.

Zeba Methodist Church dates back to 1888 and is a short distance from Pequaming Road.
The bike lane on Main Street on the north side of L'Anse.


Watching the sunrise over L'Anse Bay at Baraga.
American Legion Post 444 in Baraga.

Baraga County Historical Museum is located off US-41 in Baraga.
Ojibwa Building Supply in Baraga.

Larry's Market is the local supermarket in Baraga.
Side Track Bar in Baraga.

View of Baraga across the Keweenaw Bay from US-41.
Sand Point Lighthouse is located in the Ojibwa Recreation Area. The lighthouse was established in 1878.

Baraga Area Schools.
Ojibwa Casino is located of M-38.

St. Ann's Catholic Church in Baraga.
Baraga Lakeside Inn-Best Western Marina.


Some of downtown L'Anse.
Main Street in L'Anse

Entering downtown L'Anse on Broad Street.
Football field and Meadowbrook Arena.

Entrance to the Bishop Baraga Historical Shrine.
Bishop Baraga Shrine on a fall day.

Bishop Frederic Baraga was the first bishop of the Diocese of Marquette (1853-68) and did valuable missionary work in the region.
Another view of the shrine.

A beautiful view of L'Anse Bay from the shrine site.
L'Anse Township Hall.

Pat's Foods in L'Anse.
Indian Country Sports is located near the marina in L'Anse.

L'Anse Area Schools.
L'Anse City Hall is located on Main Street.

L'Anse United Methodist Church is a beautiful building.
Part of Main Street in L'Anse on a fall day.


L'Anse Baptist Church is on the north side of town on Main Street.

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