Miners Memorial Heritage Park

miners memorial park

The Miners Memorial Heritage Park is built on the reclaimed site of the late 1800s and early 1900s iron mines supplying the metal for America’s industrial revolution!

The mid-20th-century moonscape left by the closing of the mines known by the locals as the “caves” was reclaimed by nature and is now 165 acres of woods, trails, and year-round community activities in the center of Ironwood, Michigan.

This Park is maintained by the Friends of the Miners Memorial Heritage Park. (source)