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Bessemer overview

Bessemer is a budget-friendly place surrounded by picturesque views of waterfalls. You'll find a wide variety of coffee and bar choices. This winter paradise is home to Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort and Blackjack Ski Area. A stop at places like Indianhead Mountain and Stormy Kromer Factory will create some memories. Bessemer is a family-friendly destination while offering something for everyone.

Where to stay in Bessemer

A welcoming city for all, Bessemer has a variety of lodging options.
  • • 5 2-star hotels with an average price of $72 per night
  • • 3 3-star hotels with an average price of $84 per night

How to get to Bessemer

Fly in to Ironwood, MI (IWD-Gogebic County), 5.1 mi (8.2 km) from downtown Bessemer.

What to see around Bessemer

Fun activities are on hand like skiing and pampering at the spa, along with attractions such as:
  • • Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort
  • • Blackjack Ski Area
  • • Indianhead Mountain
  • • ABR Trails
  • • Copper Peak
Its waterfalls, hiking trails, and swimming spots are notable, and top spots for nature lovers include:
  • • Norrie Park
  • • Summit Peak
Some highlights of the area include:
  • • Stormy Kromer Factory
  • • Ironwood Memorial Building
  • • Historic Ironwood Theatre
  • • Old Depot Park Museum
  • • Iron County Historical Society Museum

When to visit Bessemer

Curious about when's the best time to visit? Here are the seasonal norms to help with your planning:

Seasonal temperature averages
  • • January-March: 42°F day, 2°F night
  • • April-June: 75°F day, 22°F night
  • • July-September: 76°F day, 40°F night
  • • October-December: 59°F day, 5°F night
Seasonal rainfall averages
  • • January-March: 5.2 inches
  • • April-June: 9.4 inches
  • • July-September: 11.5 inches
  • • October-December: 8.8 inches