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Michigamme is situated on the northwest shore of Lake Michigamme, the village limits are on the border of Marquette and Baraga Counties. Jacob Houghton, a brother of Dr. Douglas Houghton, Michigan's first state geologist and surveyor, is credited with founding the village of Michigamme. Natives of the town say the name 'Michigamme' means "streaked waters", but another source says it is the Chippewa word for "large lake". The movie “Anatomy of a Murder” was filmed in Michigamme. The town's first building was a log cabin built on the shore of Lake Michigamme (Great Lake) for the mining engineers. The Michigamme Mining Company platted the village in 1872 and settlement immediately began. John C. Powle became its first postmaster on January 20, 1873. Incorporated as a village in 1873. After the mine was exhausted in 1905, the town began to dwindle. Informational excerpts from Michigan Place Names, by Walter Romig, L.H.D. Craig Lake is known for its Muskellunge, Bass, Walleye and Northern Pike fishing. Teddy Lake has an excellent fishery for Smallmouth Bass. King Lake: Northern Pike, Perch, Crappie Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass.
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Bear Paw Inn [Hotels & Motels], HCR-1 Box 561 U.S. Highway 41, Three Lakes, Michigamme, MI 49861, Phone: (906) 323-6315
Marquette County [Tourism & Visitor Bureaus], 337 West Washington Street, Marquette, Michigan 49855, Phone: (906) 228-7749
Michigan Area Retiree Activities Office (RAO) [Support services for Military Retirees], 5671 Skeel Avenue, Suite 12, Oscoda, Michigan 48750, (989) 739-2777
Michigan Tree Farm System, 501 Norway Street, Grayling, MI 49738, (989) 348-9319
Upper Peninsula Online [Internet Business Directory], 3980 Curtisville Rd., South Branch, MI 48761, Phone: (989) 726-4416
Ishpeming Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report
King Lake State Forest Campground, Baraga Field Office. Phone Number: (906) 353-6651. Baraga County - Access is off of US-41 / M-28. on King Lake Road. The road junction is 5 miles east of the US-14 and M-28/ US-141 junction, and 13 miles west of Michigamme. King Lake Road is a gravel road. The campground is at the end of the road (five miles). Phone number indicated above is for the Management Unit. Sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations. 6 sites for tent and small trailer use located on the north end of King Lake. This is a rustic campground with vault toilets, and hand pump well. The campground is open from May through November.
Marquette County Michigan Snowmobile Trail Map
Marquette Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report
Marquette Mountain Ski & Snow Report
Church in the Wildwood [Art & Craft Galleries], 217 W Main St., PO Box 130, Michigamme, MI 49861, Phone: (906) 323-6144
Michigamme Moonshine Art Gallery [Art & Craft Galleries], 136 E. Main, Michigamme, MI 49861, Phone: (906) 323-6546
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