The Copper Country Curling Club (CCCC) is located in an area of Michigan known as the "Copper Country." The area acquired its name because of its abundant natural supply of copper, which was mined by Native Americans as early as 3000 B.C. From 1845 to the 1960s, the area experienced an economic boom as European settlers migrated here to mine copper. At its peak in the early twentieth century, the area was the largest producer of copper in the world. For more information on the Copper Country, please visit our Links page.
The CCCC curls at the historic Drill House in Calumet, Michigan.