Caspian, Michigan

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Welcome to Caspian, Michigan

"A SPECIAL PLACE FOR OUR PEOPLE" Welcome to the City of Caspian's official web site. We are located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in beautiful and historic Iron County. If you are looking for a clean and stress free place to live, visit or operate out of, we feel that our community will capture your personal attention and interest. We are a smaller rural type city of over 906 residents nestled amongst similar neighboring cities, and we boast many activity centers in town including the Multi Purpose building/Ice Arena, the renowned Iron County Museum, Apple Blossom Biking and Walking trail, Spring Valley Tubing hill, Duke of Abruzzi Lodge & Bocce courts, and the Caspian Community Center. We have our own Industrial Park if you have business interests and offer numerous residential lots for sale throughout the city for future building sites. There is no finer hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, four wheeling, golfing, hiking, or skiing opportunities anywhere in the country. We strive to provide a stress free lifestyle with all the qualities today's families require. In addition, our little city boasts some of the best ethnic cooking in the state. JUST TRY US AND SEE!

We hope you will take a minute to tour our website. More importantly, we hope you will visit us when you are up in the "NORTH COUNTRY." It will be a visit and experience we think you will treasure always.

News & Announcements 

Caspian-Gaastra Police Department’s K9 Rex to get body armor

Rex K9 dog Caspian-Gaastra Police Department’s K9 Rex will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. K9 Rex’s vest is sponsored by Kelly Kenneson of Chester, VA and will be embroidered with the sentiment “Bless and protect those that serve”. Delivery is expected within eight to ten weeks.

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Contact Us 

Caspian City Hall
500 West Railroad St.
PO Box 273
Caspian, MI 49915

Phone : (906) 265-2514
Fax : (906) 265-2536


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