Luce County is located in Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula. The county is a 4-season recreational mecca with over 300,000 acres of public access land, 15,000 acres of inland lakes, 658 miles of rivers and streams, 31 miles of Lake Superior shoreline, and Tahquamenon Falls. The county’s economy is primarily based on forest products and tourism. The county has highway, rail, air and fiber optic telecommunication access. A progressive economic development program provides support services to new and existing business including loans, industrial site and infrastructure development.

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