Five Year Plan 2018-2023
The Iron Ore Heritage Recreation Authority is updating its five-year Recreation Master Plan to help build, manage, and maintain the 47-mile, multi-use, year round, interpretive Iron Ore Heritage Trail. We'd like your input on development and use of the trail.  We are funded through a 0.2 mill property tax voted in by residents of our eight municipal members:  Townships of Chocolay, Marquette, Negaunee, Tilden and Republic and Cities of Marquette, Negaunee and Ishpeming. Additional monies come from local, State and Federal grants, sponsorships and donations. 

* 1. Please name city/township where you reside. If out of Marquette County, please provide City and State name.

* 2. How do you get information about the Iron Ore Heritage Trail? (check all that apply)

* 3. Have you ever been on the Iron Ore Heritage Trail? (if not, please go to Question 8)

* 4. If so, which portions of the trail have you been on (please check all that apply)

* 5. Please select your top three uses of the trail

* 6. Please select your top five reasons for use of the Iron Ore Heritage Trail

* 7. Please provide your top five improvements to enhance your trail experience.

* 8. If you have not been on the Iron Ore Heritage Trail, what keeps you from using the trail?

* 9. Please provide any additional comments