"A Hometown 4th Of July Tradition"

Baraga County Lumberjack Days

Copyright © Baraga County Lumberjack Days

Copyright © Baraga County Lumberjack Days

IMPORTANT NOTICE! On the 4th of July - There will be NO motorized vehicles allowed on Superior Avenue other than for use during the Main Parade. Superior Avenue will be closed to thru traffic from the Baraga Armory to M-38 beginning at 8:00. No four wheelers, side by sides, golf carts, etc. other than those used by committee members only or by emergency personnel. Superior Avenue will continue to be closed from Homestead Graphics to M- 38 after the Main Parade until the conclusion of the fireworks. Due to the number of children playing in the streets, planned events in the street and complaints by citizens from previous years, no motorized vehicles will be allowed other then those used by Committee members. This is for your protection as much as for the children. Thank you for your cooperation as we strive to keep the kids safe.

News & Events

​Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Sponsors Fireworks Display - Thank you to the KBIC for being Lumberjack Days largest sponsor!

5K Liberty Run - Join us for the 7th Annual Liberty 5k "Let Freedom Run". Registration begins at 8:00am on July 3rd, with the race beginning at 8:30am beginning at the American Legion Post #444. Additional information and registration forms can be found here.

Wood Raffle - The Lumberjack Days Committee is selling raffle tickets for a dump truck full of wood! Cost is $5/ticket. See any committee member for more information or to purchase.  
​*Must be 18 to purchase. 

2021 Baraga Lumberjack Days -  Coming Soon!

We are working hard to determine a plan for the 2021 Celebration! Please check back later.

Sky Lanterns

The Lumberjack Days Committee will be selling lanterns to be lit at 10:30PM, prior to the fireworks display.  Lanterns can be released in memory or in honor of someone special, as a display of our Independence or to be the beginning of a wonderful family tradition. Sky Lanterns are now available for sale at the following businesses: Northern Oil and The Pines Convenience Center. Cost is $5 each for your choice or red, white or blue. The lanterns are 100% biodegradable and pose no environmental issues.