Year-round research. Technical training. Business workshops. Meetings, retreats, and reunions for family, friends, and colleagues. Ford Center and Forest, located 40.6 miles south of Michigan Tech's main campus in Houghton and 10 miles from the shores of Lake Superior, is an outdoor and environmental education center with full-service conference facilities and lodging in historic Alberta Village, built by Henry Ford and donated to the University in 1954.
Cruise Husky Drive. Model T Lane. Or a timber stand, in our 3,700 acres of diverse hardwood, jack pine, and forested wetlands. Tour the sawmill museum. Canoe, or ice fish, on Lake Plumbago.