Eagle River Inn

5033 Front Street, Eagle River, Michigan, 49950, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 5033 Front Street, Eagle River, is near The Jampot.
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    Travel Blogs from Eagle River

    The Northern Most Point of Michigan

    A travel blog entry by louandpam on Oct 09, 2013

    23 photos

    ... of the important role that the mining industry played or still plays for people here. From smelting facilities to retired mines to historic buildings to mine tours and abandoned towns, you understand that mining was a way of life in this area. Although much of the mining industry has moved on, the towns are still quaint and tourism plays a much more important role for this area of Michigan now.

    Route 41 takes you right into ...

    Yoopers Are Us

    A travel blog entry by danbren on Sep 02, 2013

    9 photos

    ... at McLain State CG. MI CGs are rather pricy, as is their gas. But, it's nice. Quite like being on the ocean, windy with a noisy surf. Tomorrow we'll go out to the end and visit Fort Wilkins built in1840 to protect the copper miners that flooded into the region. However, there was never any problems with the native Ojibwa Indians. It seems that the miners really ...

    Northernmost part of Michigan

    A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jul 13, 2013

    195 photos

    ... Fort Wilkiins which was there to protect the copper mines from the Indians and its state park and took the back roads to see Estivant Pines - some large old growth pines. Keeweenaw Mtn Lodge was an interesting place with a golf course and small cottages. Dinner that night was at an old German restaurant on the waterfront in the small downtown section and was ...

    (Michigan and N.P. #11(or not)

    A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jun 24, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    After spending some down time with family in Illinois, I went to Michigan and Isle Royale Nat. Park. The state is the largest in area east of the Mississippi and consists of two peninsulars, upper and lower. It is bordered by four Great Lakes and has almost 65,000 lakes and ponds. On my trip I went about halfway up the state along the western edge and then crossed over to the middle and up to the upper peninsular. I went ...

    Right at the Top of Michigan

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Aug 20, 2012

    54 photos

    ... leaves in order to go somewhere where they can have a job and buy a house and raise a family. We drove through the town after we left the visitor center, and there must be a dozen of those 19th century buildings boarded up and posted for sale. I’d say at least half the downtown area is empty.

    We left Calumet in the late afternoon and headed to Copper Harbor, Michigan’s northernmost town, where we will ...