Toivola / Twin Lakes

It’s called Twin Lakes for a reason!

Surrounded by several inland lakes, Twin Lakes was settled by Finn’s in 1892.  The town was once large enough to support 13 different schools and was mainly a logging camp.

Toivola struggled for several years.  People who settled there were quite poor and were paid less than other people in different communities.  Finally, people started to come from Finland and settled there.  Making it more tolerable.  At one point Toivola was home to over 60 farms.  For years after being settled Toivola did not have a name.  One minister thought it would be good to name it Urhola, Finnish for Place of Heroes.  He thought it was quite fitting, because only hero’s could live there.  However, it wasn’t until later that it finally received it’s name.  Toivola is Finnish for Place of Hope.  

Today you will find small “mom and pop” places and remains of those old buildings that once made this area so popular as well as a state park, ample trails to ride all year round and some amazing fishing opportunities. 

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32170 Emily Lake Road
Twin Lakes, MI 49965 US

Phone: (906) 288-3404
E-Mail Address: kruppsresort@alphacomm.net
Region: Twin Lakes
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Weekly Nightly Rates for Modern 1, 2, 3 bedroom fully furnished Lakefront Cabins on beautiful Twin Lakes! Sleep from 1 to 8 people. Satellite TV. Full kitchens. Swimming beach. Charcoal grills, ...
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42870 Agate Beach Rd
Toivola, MI 49965 US

Phone: (906) 482-8319
Region: Twin Lakes

Located twenty-five miles southwest of Houghton on Lake Superior, this campground has rustic toilets, electricity, picnic tables, sandy beach and allows tents. Primitive campsites on Lake Superior ...
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6204 E. Poyhonen Rd
Toivola, MI 49965 US

Phone: (906) 288-3321
Region: Twin Lakes
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62 grass sites, mostly shade, on Lake Roland. Open mid-May to mid-October. Twin Lakes State Park is situated in Michigans Copper Country located in Houghton County, 15 miles northeast of Mass Ci ...
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Toivola, MI 49665 US

Region: Twin Lakes

This small inland land, off M-26 south of Painesdale, has a sandy swimming beach, fishing, and picnic area. Public access site. Lake Perreault Road Houghton County .
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Twin Lakes, MI 49918 US

Region: Twin Lakes

Located in southern Houghton County southeast of M-26, 28.4 acre Clear Lake has a maximum depth of 60 feet. This is a good lake for rainbow and brook trout. Public access site and boat launch. C ...
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Twin Lakes, MI 49965 US

Region: Twin Lakes

The 53.5 acre lake in southern Houghton County has a maximum depth of 90 feet and has rainbow trout, smallmouth bass and bluegill. It is located along Emily Lake Road south of Twin Lakes. Campgro ...
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Toivola, MI 49665 US

Region: Twin Lakes

The Twin Lakes State Park is located on Lake Rolands 292 acres in Houghton County. This lake offers up rainbow trout, walleye, perch and bass. Forested campground with developed swimming and boat ...
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32423 North Highway M-26
Twin Lakes, MI 49965 US

Phone: (906) 288-3288
E-Mail Address: parkviewlodgeandgrill@yahoo.com
Region: Twin Lakes
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After a busy day exploring the beautiful Upper Peninsula, come back to the Lodge and enjoy the indoor swimming pool, whirlpool and sauna. Visit the Grill for a wonderful meal and stay for drinks i ...
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