Below you will find interesting things to see and do within L’Anse Township. For more information on these and other great locations in Baraga County, please call the Baraga County Convention & Visitors Bureau at (906) 524-7444.
Scenic L’Anse Township Locations
Alberta Village Museum
This historic model sawmill town once owned by Henry Ford is located 9 miles south of L’Anse on US-41. For information please visit their website by clicking the link above.
Bishop Baraga Shrine
Located just outside of L’Anse on US-41 is the Bishop Baraga Shrine honoring one of the areas most famous pioneers.
L’Anse Waterfront Park
Located on the waterfront in downtown L’Anse is the L’Anse Waterfront Park. This scenic park has a swimming beach, children’s playground, picnic area and a pavilion with concerts during the summer.
Located Approximately 27 driving miles from the Village of L’Anse is Michigan’s highest natural point! At 1,979 feet, Mt. Arvon provides a beautiful scenic view from the top. Parking is available within 300 feet of the highest point.
Village of L’Anse Marina
Right next to the L’Anse Waterfront Park is the Village of L’Anse Marina. Call (906) 524-6116 for information.
L’Anse Township Park and Campground
Located 3 miles north of L’Anse on the Skanee Road is the L’Anse Township Park and Campground. For park and campground information, click on the link above or call (906) 524-6985.
Second Sand Beach
Just east of of Pequaming is Second Sand Beach which is an ideal location for swimming, picnicking and other day use activities. Van accessible parking, handicapped porta potty and accessible beach walkway available.
L’Anse Golf Club
4 miles south of L’Anse on US-41 is the L’Anse Golf Club. Call (906) 524-6600 for information.
Down the road about a mile from the L’Anse Golf Club is Little Mountain. Here you can take a short hike on the trail to the summit and get a nice view of the area.
Pinery Lakes Cross Country Ski Trail
Set in a thick forest of red pines, this cross country ski trail features 3 marked groomed trails. For information, click on the link above or call (906) 524-7444.
L’Anse Township Churches
Bethel United Pentecostal
405 N. Main St. L’Anse, Michigan 49946 (906) 524-6967
Blessed Kateri Church (St. Catherines Catholic Church)
Zeba, Michigan 49946 (906) 524-5758
L’Anse Baptist Church
1064 N. Main St. L’Anse, Michigan 49946 (906) 524-6273
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
16 S. Sixth St. L’Anse, Michigan 49946 (906) 524-6264
United Lutheran Church
Mesnard St. L’Anse, Michigan 49946 (906) 524-6484
United Methodist Church
Main St. L’Anse, Michigan 49946 (906) 524-7939
Zeba Indian Mission United Methodist Church
Pequaming Rd. Zeba, Michigan 49946 (906) 524-6967
Churches of Baraga County
A link showing all of the churches within Baraga County.
Rivers and Streams
This water course drains from the hills south of L’Anse and empties into Lake Superior near the downtown area. An excellent fishing stream and very scenic.
A stream that crosses US-41 south of L’Anse and is a tributary of the Falls River. Excellent Trout fishing.
A small stream that flows into the Falls River.
This river originates in the high country east of Herman and drains into Huron Bay in Arvon Township. It provides excellent fishing and has many scenic falls.
This creek originates from Lough’s Lake and crosses both the Silver River Road and Arvon Road as it flows into the Silver River.
This water course flows in a westerly direction crossing the Arvon Road and is a tributary of Dakota Creek.
This creek flows out of Bella Lake and is a tributary of the Silver River.
Silver Creek (Nord’s Creek)
This creek crosses the Pequaming Road in Zeba and flows into Lake Superior on Keweenaw Bay.
L’Anse Township Cemeteries
Located off the main Aura road on Heltunen Road, this cemetery dates back to the early 1900’s. A display board allows visitors to locate graves by name and plot. Maintained by L’Anse Township.
This cemetery is maintained by the Village of L’Anse and is located within the village limits near US-41.
This cemetery is located off the Cemetery Road south of Herman and dates back to the early 1900’s. The Herman Cemetery Association performs perpetual care.
Located about 5 miles from L’Anse off the Skanee Road, this cemetery dates back to the 18th century. Maintained by the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community.
This Cemetery is located 7 miles north of L’Anse in the Community of Pequaming. A display board allows visitors to locate graves by name and plot. Maintained by L’Anse Township.