Some are easy to access; some are difficult. There are 9 waterfalls within a 20 minute ride of Hurley to visit.
A visit to the Iron County Historical Museum and Little Finland allow you to step back into the past. Exhibits on logg
ing and mining can be found at the museum, along with the weaving room that you won’t want to miss. Little Finland’s replica of log homes allow visitors to truly see how we lived.
There are all kinds of events all over for your family to do, BUT none like the Annual Memorial Day ATV/UTV Rally, Heritage Days Celebration, Paavo Nurmi Marathon and Festival Italiano. All events are family friendly and more can be found on the website.
You want variety? We have it. From authentic, homemade Italian cuisine, to top notch Steak House menu items, our dining opportunities are out of this world. Along with the best dining options, you’ll be impressed with the outstanding attention you and your party will receive.
Plummer Mine Headframe
The 80 foot high Plummer Mine Headframe is the last of the steel giants that once dominated the skyline of the Penokee Iron Range. Today it is the only remaining mine head frame in Wisconsin.
Stand on the geological dividing line where water flows north to Lake Superior and the Atlantic Ocean or south to the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico.
The only planned mining company town in Wisconsin, Montreal was designed in 1921 by the Oglebay-Norton Company. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
ATV / UTV trails, Snowmobile Trails, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Biking and Hiking. The Hurley area abounds with outdoor activity.
Live music, dancing and more await you on Hurley’s Infamous Silver Street
Grab a map. Take a back road. Getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It’s amazing what you will see.