10 Things to Know Before You Go: Ski Brule Michigan Ski Resort in Iron City

Located in Iron City, just a few miles from the Wisconsin border, the ski resort has everything from skiing and snow tubing to kids’ programs and club discounts. It’s even open in the summer (though not for skiing)!

Getting to Know Ski Brule Michigan Ski Resort

Ski Brule is a premier ski resort in the middle of 3,000 acres in the Upper Peninsula. Since 1977, the resort has provided quality, affordable winter family fun, which was the promise that the founder, George, made.

1. Making and Grooming the Best Snow

Fall is the best time of year here, with many apple varieties, pumpkins, squash, and of course, apple cider and fresh doughnuts. You’ll find apples at Golden River like McIntosh, Honeycrisp, Zestar, Cortland, Paula Red, and many more.

2. Ski Brule Snow Activities

Something that not all ski resorts offer is snow tubing, and Ski Brule has two tubing parks — Whitewater and Homestead — that are suitable for all ages

3. Equipment Is Available to Rent or Buy

The Rental Center has skis, snowboards, snowshoes, fat-tire bikes, boots, and helmets for kids and adults.

4. Children’s Programs & Child Care

Ski Brule can help. From just 4 years old, kids can learn the basics in a fun way at the Kids Center.

5. Ski Brule Michigan Summer Activities

The shooting grounds at Ski Brule feature a half-mile sporting clays course. This game involves shooting clay targets that mimic the flight patterns of pigeons or the movements of rabbits.

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