We proudly serve the residents of Negaunee, Michigan.
Negaunee, Michigan is located on the northern side of the state's Upper Peninsula, with a population of over 4,500 people. Founded near the expansive Marquette Iron Range in the 1840s, the town has a deeply-rooted connection to mining culture that persists today with operating mines in production nearby. The histories of previous mining generations are strongly preserved through the exhibits shown at the Michigan Iron Industry Museum. Other places of interest include the Negaunee Historical Museum and the beautiful Teal Lake, which is host to many great water sport activities and yearly celebrations such as the Heikki Lunta Winterfest and the Pioneer Days Festival, held in the winter and summer respectively.