Iron River is a small, friendly community of northwestern Wisconsin, named for the Iron River that starts in the town and flows into Lake Superior. In the late 19th and early 20th century, Iron River was part of the logging boom. Trains made several trips a day between Superior and Hurley, hauling logs to markets and supplying transportation to workers. The logging industry is still a major part of the area’s economy, but the mills are long gone. The railroad tracks now are replaced by The Tri-County Recreational Corridor (Douglas, Bayfield and Ashland Counties) and runs from Superior to Ashland allowing year-round activities for ATV’s, snowmobiles, bicycling and marathons. Additionally, well-planned groomed trails throughout the region provide recreation for residents and attracts many vacationers as well.
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