The Top of Wisconsin

Enjoy warm hospitality and the great discoveries you can make in the greater Hurley area when you explore the wilderness, waterfalls, wildlife, historic sights and great nightlife here. There are 377,900 acres of forest land in Iron County – 79.8% of the land. In addition, the Hurley area is flanked by the Chequamegon National Forest and Apostle Island National Lake Shore to the west and the Ottawa National Forest and the Porcupine Mountain State Wilderness to the east, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Surrounded by more than a million acres of private, county, state and national forests, Hurley is truly the perfect headquarters for planning a wilderness adventure.

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Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce

316 Silver St Hurley, WI 54534

Iron County Development Zone Council

100 Cary Rd Hurley, WI 54534
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