top of page
Welcome to Luce County

Luce County is located in Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula.  The 908 square mile county is a four season recreational mecca with over 300,000 acres of public access land, 15,000 acres of inland lakes, 658 miles of rivers and streams including Hemingway’s Big Two Hearted River, 32 miles of Lake Superior shoreline, the Crisp Point Lighthouse and the Tahquamenon Falls. An Act of Legislature dated March 17, 1887 organized Luce County from portions of Chippewa and Mackinac Counties.  Newberry, incorporated in 1885, was designated as the County Seat.  The county was named after then serving Michigan Governor, Cyrus G. Luce.


Cultural and Recreational Opportunities
Located Within Luce County
Located Within a 60-Mile Radius of Luce County

Crisp Point Lighthouse

Tahquamenon Logging Museum

Muskallonge Lake State Park

Luce County Historical Museum

Luce County Park
Tahquamenon Falls

Two Hearted River

Luce-West Mackinac County Fair

Hamilton Lake Nature Area

Oswald's Bear Ranch

Newberry Country Club

Blue Heron Golf Course

200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails

111 miles of designated ATV trails

77 miles of designated motorcycle trails

20 miles of cross country ski trails

Whitefish Point Shipwreck Museum

Whitefish Point Bird Observatory

Pictured Rocks National Lake Shore

Erickson Center for the Arts

Seney National Wildlife Refuge

Bay Mills Casino

Wild Bluff Golf Course

Point Iriquoi Lighthouse

The Soo Locks

Museum Ship Valley Camp

Mackinac Island

The Garlyn Zoo

Kewadin Casinos  
    (Manistique,  St. Ignace and Sault Ste. Marie)

bottom of page