The city of Hurley, located on Wisconsin's border with Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, made a name for itself as a wild and woolly outpost during the region’s iron mining days in the late 1800s. Today the town is best known for the glorious waterfalls that can be found nearby on the Montreal River. With 250 miles of ATV trails and record breaking snowfalls covering countless miles of snowmobile trails, the Hurley area is the place to experience outdoor adventure. Hurley’s 19th century county courthouse, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been turned into a museum devoted to the area’s rich mining, logging and farming heritage.
Paavo Nurmi Marathon & Relay
The 48th Annual running of Wisconsin's oldest and most prestigious marathon. Torch lighting ceremony, pre-race spaghetti dinner on Friday; Post Paavo Party...
Wisconsin’s Spectacular Ice Formations
Beautiful scenery is a year-round attraction in Wisconsin. In fact, winter offers some unique natural wonders that can only be seen when the temperature drops....
Wisconsin's Gangster Tour
Things to Do
Go “on the lam” and experience the rich lore and legend of Wisconsin's history as a playground and hideout for Prohibition- and Depression-era gangsters. See...