Cottages, Resorts, Campgrounds, and other Businesses
Copper Country Road Trips: Enjoy Keweenaw History From The Comfort Of Your Car, by Lawrence J. Molloy. Guide book for tours of mainly mining locations, sites and ruins plus other historical sites. Includes maps, pictures, historical information and precise directions. Published and printed by Great Lakes GeoScience, Hubbell, Michigan.
Eagle Lodge-Lakeside Cabins, M-26, Lakeshore Drive, Eagle Harbor MI, 49950 (906-289-4294) On Highway M-26 between Eagle Harbor (10 miles) and Copper Harbor (3 miles). 8 Cabins on Lake Superior with one, two, and three bedrooms, one log cabin with fireplace. All cabins have a view of Lake Superior.
Keweenaw Adventure Company in Copper Harbor has just what you need for a fun time in this outstanding area of the Keweenaw Peninsula. We offer Sea Kayak, Canoe, and Mountain Bike Rentals, Outfitting, Guided Biking, Hiking, and Kayak Tours, and Shuttle Service. Copper Harbor has a world class mountain bike trail system as well as the exciting waters of Lake Superior for sea kayaking, including trips to Isle Royale. Keweenaw Adventur e Company, 155 Gratiot Street (U.S. 41), Copper Harbor, MI. 49918. Phone: 906-289-4303
Lodging in downtown Copper Harbor. The Keweenaw Adventure Company offers 3 lodging options. The Chalet (upstairs apartment) is year round, the downstairs apartment has 2 bedrooms and is available fall and winter, and the Cottage is available during the warmer months. Rentals are 2 blocks from Lake Superior, are fully furnished, and have satellite TV and Wi-Fi. Phone: 906-289-4303
Sand Point Charters, Keweenaw Peninsula, offers Charter Fishing, Lighthouse Cruises, and Scenic Tours on Lake Superior. Boats leave from Lac La Belle, 15 miles from Copper Harbor, for a wonderful day or 1/2 day on the water. Fish for Lake Trout, Salmon, and a variety of fish, view the offshore lighthouses, or take a relaxing cruise along the beautiful sh
oreline of the Keweenaw Peninsula. Captain Brain Helminen has over 35 years of boating and fishing experience and the boats are DNR inspected and approved and equipped with essential fishing equipment and USCG approved safety gear. Phone 906-370-225
Ft. Wilkins Historic State Park, at the end of US Highway 41, on Lake Superior and Lake Fanny Hooe. 165 sites. Electricity and Showers. Reservations: 906-289-4215 or 800-44-PARKS.
Wilderness Resort Campground.
Lac La Belle Lodge on the shores of Lac La Belle, only 15 miles from Copper Harbor. Closest lodging to Mt. Bohemia. 6 housekeeping cabins and a four-bedroom vacation house with 2 bathrooms that will sleep 10-12 guests. Bear Belly Bar & Grill, Convenience store, and gas. Boat and motor rental. Water access to Lake Superior. Guided Hunts. (906) 289-4293.
Shoreline Resort is located on the shores of Lake Superior in Eagle Harbor, Michigan. Motel, 2-bedroom cabin, and 3-bedroom apartment. All accommodations have a wonderful view of Lake Superior. Wi-Fi. Cable TV. Sandy beach. Canoe, kayaks, and a paddle boat available. Pets Welcome. Shoreline Resort, 122 Front Street, Eagle Harbor, MI 49950. Phone: 906-289-4441
Wilderness Resort in Lac La Belle offers three year round newly renovated lodgings with a nice view of Lac La Belle. We offer a 2-bedroom cabin and a duplex with two units. Unit A has 2 bedrooms and Unit B has one bedroom. Unit A and B can be combined for larger groups. Campground with 4 campsites with electric service and Wi-Fi. Snowmobile trail #132 is outside the front door and there is expert downhill skiing at Mt. Bohemia. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing nearby. Enjoy the natural beauty of the Keweenaw Peninsula and outstanding outdoor recreation at the Wilderness Resort. Phone: 906-369-5369
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Copper Harbor MI on Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Vacation and travel information for the Keweenaw Peninsula, the Copper Country. Lodging accommodations cabins, cottagaes, lodges, motels, resorts, and campgrounds. Hiking, biking, canoeing, scuba diving, lighthouse tours, brilliant fall color, snowmobiling, cross country ski trails, and downhill skiing at Mt. Bohemia.