“Where the middle of nowhere is somewhere”
PO Box 6, US Highway 41 West • Champion, MI 49814 906-339-2116 • www.michigammeshores.com OPEN MAY 1st THROUGH OCTOBER 15th TOP CAMPGROUND RATINGS FROM ... INSPECTED BY
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MOOSE DROP INN
906 - 485 - 5660
Semi - Private 18 Hole Course Pro Shop - Range - Bar - Restaurant For Tee Times Call: 906-485-1435 “Summer Memberships Available”
3432 County Road 478, Champion, MI
Drop in for a fresh Pizza, Sub or Salad 2 Soft Serve Made Fresh Daily Summer Hours
Tue - Wed - Thur. 11 am - 8 pm Fri - Sat 11 am - 9 pm / Sun 1 pm - 6 pm
105 Max St., Michigamme
Bernie’s Auto & 3 Marine Repair
Visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org to donate online or simply mail a check to: Wounded Warrior Project 4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300 Jacksonville, FL 32256
Woodland United Methodist Church
E. U.S. Hwy. 41 Michigamme, MI 49814
(906) 323-6151 Our Redeemer Lutheran Church W. U.S. Hwy. 41 Champion, MI 49814
(906) 339-4447 Catholic Church Champion
1723 County Road Aaj Champion, MI 49814
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icycle Rental Rates 1/2 HOUR
ounty Area Information You’re in Marquette County Eastern Time Zone Area Code 906 Baraga Iron
Marquette Alger Dickinson
906-339-4451 US 41 West, Champion
The greatest casualty is being forgotten.™
provide comfort for a wounded warrior with a one-time donation
24-hr. Koski Korners Store
US 41 • 10 Minutes East of Campground
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Firewood Groceries Ice Hunting/Fishing License Free Wi-Fi Souvenirs/Gifts Video Rentals Hot Pizza Ice Cream Bait/Tackle Games/Toys RV/Camping Supplies LP Gas Boat Rentals
• Bike Rentals
un Things to See and Do TAKE A TRAIL RIDE AT HERITAGE HILLS HORSEBACK RIDING • ISHPEMING, MI
Guided trail rides and hand-led horse and pony rides. See Ad 7 .
PLAY GOLF AT WAWONOWIN COUNTRY CLUB SEMI-PRIVATE 18 HOLES See Ad 1 .
PICTURE ROCK BOAT CRUISE (906) 387-2329
Voted #1 boat tour in the state of Michigan, Picture Rocks Boat Cruises offers a fully narrated scenic 2-3 hour cruise of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
PRESQUE ISLE PARK
Situated at the end of Lakeshore Boulevard, the showcase park is easily accessible by either the bike path or automobile. The park supports over 100 species of native plants and diverse landscapes including pebble beaches, rocky cliffs, bogs, and forest.
TIOGA RIVER ROADSIDE PARK AND WATERFALL FIVE MILES EAST OF JUNCTION U.S. 41/141
A lovely spot for a quick driving break, this park is along the golden Tioga River. The river rushes around immense dark boulders and falls in short drops. A footbridge crosses the river just downstream so you can take in the beautiful scene. Close by is Hardwood Steakhouse (Open 7:00 am to 9:30 pm— see Ad 6 ).
oat Rental Rates 1 HOUR
TENNIS RACKETS (EA)
VISA OR MASTERCARD AS A DEPOSIT
Open Daily 8am-9:30pm Breakfast • Lunch 6 Supper • Lounge
906-355-2712 12865 Hwy M-28 Covington
KEWEENAW BAY TO MICHIGAMME SHORES CAMPGROUND
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FIRE & EMS BLDG
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THESE BUSINESSES ARE RECOMMENDED BY YOUR HOST. PLEASE LET THEM KNOW YOU ARE STAYING AT
MICHIGAMME SHORES CAMPGROUND.
Explore our world and find yourself Open Daily - Guided trail rides Hand - led horse/pony rides Reservations Recommended
906 - 361- TROT (8768)
heritagehillshorsebackriding.com Ishpeming, Michigan
& Auto Repair
906-229-6320 Terry DeRusha Owner
2322 U.S. 41 West Marquette, MI 49855
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Visit www.stjude.org to donate online or simply mail a check to: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105
Help support pediatric cancer research by donating today!
ichigamme Shores Campground Information
1. RENTALS: Visit our STORE to arrange equipment rentals. • Canoes/Kayaks • Pontoon Boats • Motorized Boats • Paddle Boats
• Volleyballs • Tennis Racquets
• Basketballs • Horseshoes
2. SWIMMING: Swim at your own risk. Parents, please watch your children while they are in or near the water. Children are not allowed on the dock without a parent.
3. CAMPFIRES: Small campfires only and must be attended at all times. Please put out your fire when going to bed or leaving. We don’t want to burn our trees, grass, or trailers. Firewood brought into the Campground must be 2 foot lengths or less. No logs or stumps allowed. No firewood from outside of Marquette County allowed due to Emerald Ash Borer.
4. PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Parents, Guardians and/or “those in charge” are responsible for their children’s behavior at ALL TIMES (as usual) until they become 18 years old. At that time, they seem to know everything there is to know and, of course are prepared to take on their own responsibilities for their behavior. Either way, when a person’s behavior is either destructive, disruptive or even disturbing to those around them — the unwanted “behavior” and anyone that goes with it will be escorted off the Campground ...without a refund or a “please come back” invitation from us. We will, however, smile and wave “Good-bye” as you drive away.
5. PETS: Pets are welcomed with a maximum 6-foot leash and an owner. Aggressive dogs of any breed are not welcome at our Campground. BARKING DOGS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. All dogs are required to be under the control and visual observation of their owner at all times. All pets (with the exception of Service Animals) are to stay OUT OF BUILDINGS, BEACH AND PLAYGROUND AREAS. Pets do not like to be left alone and will share their feelings with all of your Campground neighbors ... who in turn, will share their feelings with us ... then we have to share them with you! Also keep in mind that NO ONE wants to be remembered for what their pet(s) leave behind ... So, we “thank you” in advance for cleaning up their acts.
6. FIREARMS, FIREWORKS & CHAINSAWS: These items are not permitted in the Campground! 7. RAILROAD CROSSING: STOP, LOOK and LISTEN before crossing the railroad tracks. 8. CLEANLINESS: Please keep your site clean of trash during your stay and use the trash cans throughout the Campground. Littering is not tolerated. 9. QUIET HOURS: 10:00 pm - 10:00 am are strictly enforced. The playground area is closed and all children must stay at their sites unless accompanied by an adult. No outside radios, TVs, musical instruments, etc. during quiet hours. 10. WASHING VEHICLES OR RVS: Please do not wash vehicles or RVs. We are on a well system and have a limited supply of water. 11. SPEED LIMIT — 5 MPH: Please drive slowly in the Campground; we have a lot of children playing and not watching out for you.
12. RV REQUIREMENTS: Each RV must have a SEALED SEWER CONNECTION or use a rubber donut. 13. VISITOR POLICY: ALL VISITORS MUST REGISTER AT THE OFFICE BEFORE GOING TO THEIR SITE. There is a $2.00 fee per person if the visitor is registered properly. IF A VISITOR DECIDES TO STAY LESS THAN ONE HOUR, WE WILL GLADLY REFUND THE VISITOR FEE PAID. We do limit the number of visitors, so please choose your guests wisely. Some campers are late risers, so please no visitors before 9:00 am. REMEMBER: all visitors must leave by 10:00 pm. If visitors spend the night, there is a $5.00 Fee. THANKS! 14. LAUNDRY: Open 24 Hours. 15. CHECK-OUT: NOON.
FAILURE TO OBEY CAMPGROUND RULES MAY RESULT IN THE TERMINATION OF YOUR STAY AND FORFEITURE OF FEES.
Our Sincere Thanks ... Enjoy your stay and come back soon!
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useums and Mine Tours NATIONAL SKI AND SNOWBOARD HALL OF FAME • SEE AD 11
See Ad . The Hall of Fame is located in the city of Ishpeming and is considered the birthplace of organized skiing in the United States.
MICHIGAN IRON INDUSTRY MUSEUM 73 FORGE ROAD, NEGAUNEE, MI (906) 457-7857
Admission is free and the museum is open year round, except holidays, (call for hours of operation). Visit the museum and then catch the bus for the Empire Mine Tour. The tour takes visitors to the vast, open-pit Empire Mine and the Tilden Mine’s taconite pellet processing plant. Many find it one of the most memorable parts of their vacation. Not only does the tour provide an insightful look at an important, dramatic mining operation, it’s also a memorable visual experience.
DA YOOPERS TOURIST TRAP AND MUSEUM SEE AD 12
The roadside attraction from a popular satirical U.P comedy group combines free outdoor exhibits like the world’s largest chain saw and deer playing cards at deer camp with Yooper novelties, books, and a good rock shop.
PENINSULA GLASS & AUTO SALES Auto & RV glass repair or replacement FREE MOBILE SERVICE US 41 ISHPEMING, MI
Ski & Snowboard
Monday-Friday 7:00a-6:00p Saturday 8:00a-4:00p Sunday 9:00a-3:00p
Hall of Fame
Susan Cannon DVM Scott Jandron DVM Therese Fahner DVM Dawn Sheffield DVM
After Hours Emergency
661 Palms Ave. • Ishpeming, MI 49849
Only National Museum in Upper Michigan 906-485-6323 Hwy 41 & 3rd Ishpeming www.skihall.com
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