The Black River provides visitors with outstanding scenery, unique geographical features, superb fisheries, cultural history, and abundant recreation opportunities. The many waterfalls, rapids, and gorge-like landscapes along this river, combined with a mix of large hemlock and eastern white pine, has long been recognized as a distinctive resource.
Designated Reach: March 3, 1992. From the Ottawa National Forest Boundary to Lake Superior.
Classification/Mileage: Scenic -- 14.0 miles; Total -- 14.0 miles.
Ottawa National Forest
E6248 U.S. Highway 2
Ironwood, Michigan 49938