SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTY MICHIGAN
|Size: 1199 Square Miles|
|Elevation: 600-900 Feet|
|Growing Season: 100-130 days|
|Annual Precipitation: 30-33 inches|
|Average Snowfall: 70-130 inches|
|Forest Type: Maple-Hemlock, Aspen-Birch, Spruce-Fir|
|Fall Colors: Late September|
Manistique, located at the mouth of the Manistique River, was home to the
Chicago Lumber Company. Seney became known as the "Sin City of the
North" because of its many saloons and brothels. Today Schoolcraft
County industries are stone quarrying and paper production. Tourism has also
added to the economy. There are streams and rivers for canoeists and fishermen.
Kitch-iti-Kipi is Michigan's largest spring.