Iron River Homes For Sale
If you’re looking to live in a small, friendly community within close proximity to endless recreational opportunities, browse our listings of homes for sale in Iron River today!
Median Home Price: $206,200
Iron River is home to the beautiful Moon Lake Park and Campground. The park offers many amenities, like a swimming beach with a dog swim area, a playground area, access to ATV trails, and more. There are even more amenities in the campground area, if camping is more your thing! There are also many snow trails in the town. Venture out to the rest of Bayfield County and you’ll find more beautiful lakes, parks, and forests. The county’s Tri-County Corridor trail offers recreation opportunities for people who love snowmobiling, four-wheeling, horseback riding, walking, running, biking, and more! The recreation choices are endless near Iron River.
While Iron River offers everyday essentials, you’ll find a wider assortment of retailers in the rest of Bayfield County. With the wide variety of shops in the neighboring towns, from unique gift stores selling jewelry and home décor to bookstores and thrift shops, Bayfield Country will have exactly what you’re looking for.
You will find eateries for everything you’re craving in Iron River. Looking for some top-rated Italian? Check out the Pizza Parlor and enjoy the best thin crust pizza the area has to offer! In search of a refreshing glass of wine? Stop over at the regional White Winter Winery and relish in the rich flavors of their hand crafted mead wines. There are also multiple saloons to experience in Iron River. The dining choices are endless!
The town of Iron River offers a weekly curbside recycling pick-up program.
The School District of Maple is responsible for providing educational services and resources to residents of Iron River and surrounding communities. It features exciting course and program options for students of all ages. The area is also home to two technical colleges, as well as four colleges and universities, including UW-Superior, University of Minnesota – Duluth, St. Scholastica, and Duluth Business University.
There are no independent public transportation services in Iron River, with the exception of the school district’s bus transportation for students.
Iron River is governed under seven municipal officers, including a town chairman, four supervisors, a treasurer, and a deputy clerk.
The Iron River area was first discovered by the Ojibwa Chippewa. During that time, the town became the “Blueberry Capital of the World.” The Blueberry Festival celebrating the delicious fruit is still held in the town annually. Iron River was a logging “Boom Town” at the turn of the century. Railroad trains used to provide transportation to workers in the city, along with hauling logs to markets. The railroad tracks have since been replaced with the Tri-County Corridor trail.