Established in 1985, our mill in Quinnesec, Michigan, is one of the industry’s most advanced facilities that manufactures hardwood kraft pulp and in 1990 began making high-quality coated printing paper used in magazines and catalogs. The mill has continued to thrive as the economic anchor of Dickinson County for more than three decades.
The town of Quinnesec is located in Breitung Township in Dickinson County, Michigan, and is bordered by the towns of Iron Mountain, Kingsford and Norway, with the Menominee River (and Wisconsin border) to the south.
Dickinson County is a popular tourist destination in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, with some of the best lodging, resorts and award winning golf that Michigan has to offer. The Upper Michigan and Northern Wisconsin area serves as the gateway for seasonal opportunities to snowmobile, ski, fish, hike, canoe or simply unwind and relax. The mill is conveniently close to major cities/airports: Chicago – 304 miles, Minneapolis – 323 miles, Green Bay – 97 miles, Milwaukee – 209 miles.
Living in Dickinson County
About Dickinson County
Community & Economic Profile
Michigan Technological University
Northern Michigan University, located a couple hours away in Marquette, Michigan
Bay College offers a wide variety of two year and certificate degrees. Its Besse Center Theater offers opportunities to view professional and amateur performances.
Wild Rivers Realty
Dickinson County area places to visit, things to do, maps, activity information
Menominee River State Recreation Area
Upper Peninsula Travel & Recreation Association
News and weather
Local news, sports, community events, weather
Weather conditions and forecasts in Quinnesec and surrounding areas