Keweenaw County Courthouse

Where M-26 bends west after the falls and bridge, continue up the hill for one block. Open weekdays.

School House/Township Hall

There is a small playground located in the Township Hall yard.
This facility can be rented. Contact the clerk at 906-337-1970


Eagle River Falls

As you pass over the M-26 bridge across the Eagle River gorge, park and look upstream for a view of the waterfall and the old dam of the Lake Superior Fuse Company.

Eagle River Beach

Travel down mainstreet and turn right to the Eagle River Beach. There are picnic tables and a public changing room/restroom facility at the beach.


First of two Historic bridges

Now with a parking lot and a walking path to view Eagle River Falls.

The Second of the two Historical bridges

The lower bridge is currently undergoing restoration.



Historic mining town, church, blacksmith shop and general store. Lodging available nearby.

Blacksmith Shop

Located just North of the Phoenix Store and church.

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Cliff Mine

This incredible piece of history has been around since the 1890's and is a huge part of what made Eagle River a booming town back in the day.

10 Foot - The Ol' Swimming Hole

The picture was taken during the spring thaw.

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Historic mining town, home to the Central Mine Reunion and historic church built in 1868.

Evergreen Cemetery

Lots are available for purchase at the cemetery. Call the Houghton Township office at 906-337-1970 or the clerk at 906-337-2006 for more information.

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Food, lodging, general store, and shops.

Outside of all the history Eagle River has to offer, there are also great places to shop, eat, and stay.

Houghton Township Square Park