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Located on Lake Superior, between Copper Harbor and Eagle River on the Keweenaw Peninsula. (Map)

Lodging: Cabins, Cottages, Lighthouse B&B's, Campgrounds,
and Businesses in or near Eagle Harbor and Eagle River, MI

LODGING IN EAGLE HARBOR, MI

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. Sand beach. Canoe, kayaks, and a paddle boat available. Pets Welcome. 122 Front Street, Eagle Harbor, MI 49950. Phone: 906-289-4441

LODGING IN THE EAGLE HARBOR AREA

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, one, two and three bedrooms, one log cabin with fireplace. All cabins have a view of Lake Superior. Recreation room in lodge with fireplace.

Lac La Belle Lodge on the shores of Lac La Belle, only a few miles east of Eagle Harbor. Closest lodging to Mt. Bohemia. 6 housekeeping cabins and a four bedroom house with 2 bathrooms that will sleep large groups. Bear Belly Bar & Grill. Convenience store & Gas. Boat and motor rental. Water access to Lake Superior. (906) 289-4293. Pets welcome

Major Art Studio and Gallery: John Spivey, Artist. Visit this interesting art studio on Highway M-26, between Eagle Harbor and Copper Harbor in the Keweenaw Peninsula. John uses a variety of mediums to create his fine works of art including oil painting, charcoal, graphite, sculpture, and photography. John’s Major Art Studio and Gallery is located at Eagle Lodge and Lakeside Cabins on the shore of Lake Superior. Open daily. 13051 M-26 (Lake Shore Drive), Eagle Harbor, MI 49950. Phone: 906-289-4294. 

Mount Bohemia All Inclusive Adventure Resort: Lodging in a Trailside Cabin at the base of the mountain, 3 meals, and all equipment supplied for one low price. Guided Kayak and Hiking Excursions, Sea Kayaks, Fishing Kayaks, Paddle Boards, and Mountain Bikes included. Activity Building. Wonderful trails on the mountain offer a spectacular view of the Keweenaw Peninsula and Lake Superior. Near the sandy Lake Superior beach. A wonderful way to enjoy this beautiful peninsula during the warm weather months. Lac La Belle Road, Lac La Belle, Michigan. Call for reservations at 231-420-5405

Sand Hills Lighthouse Inn Bed and Breakfast, Five Mile Point Road, Ahmeek, MI (906-337-1744) on Lake Superior. 8 rooms with bath, furnished in Victorian style, fireplace in lounge, great views from the lighthouse tower, see the original fresnel lens, nautical lighthouse artifacts, enjoy the many antiques, oil paintings and photographs. Lighthouse tour daily. Sand Hills is the largest lighthouse built on the Great Lakes. Located about 5 miles south of Eagle River, MI

Sunset Bay RV Resort, Campground, and Cabins on the shores of Lake Superior, 7 miles north of Ahmeek on Five Mile Point Road or 7 miles south of Eagle River, MI in the Keweenaw Peninsula. 40 sites with electric & water hook-ups, bath houses, laundry, ice, and a dump station. Three rental log cabins with one or two bedrooms, fireplaces and full kitchens. 2701 Sunset Bay Beach Road. Ahmeek, MI 49901. Open June 1st to September 30th. Phone: 906-337-2494 (summer) 941-923-2378 (winter).

Charters Lake Superior
Sand Point Charters, Keweenaw Peninsula, offers Charter Fishing, Lighthouse Cruises, and Scenic Tours on Lake Superior. Boats leave from Lac La Belle, 40 miles north of Houghton/Hancock for a wonderful day or ½ 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 shoreline 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 906-370-2257.
 
Real Estate
For Sale: Year-round home on Lake Superior's north shore in Keweenaw County. 3.98 acres with 250 feet of shoreline. There are three buildings. The main house is 2 bedroom, 1 bath. A second three-room building can be used for a family room, library, office, or anything else. The detached two-car garage is two years old, has an unfinished bonus room above, and 10-foot doors to accommodate a conversion van with a high top.
For complete details and 27 pictures, see our Web site: http://keweenawproperty.com
 
Recreation
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 Adventure Company, 155 Gratiot Street (U.S. 41), Copper Harbor, MI. 49918. Phone: 906-289-4303

Books:
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.

The old Eagle Harbor General Store is the oldest original store in the Copper Country and was here before Lincoln was president. Unfortunately, it is now closed.

EAGLE HARBOR LIGE SAVING STATION MUSEUM
The new Life Saving Museum opened on July 20 2013 in the boathouse at the Eagle Harbor Marina. A historic 26' US Coast Guard motor Surf Boat and trailer has been restored by the Keweenaw County Historical Society and is now in place in the museum along with a 36' US Coast Guard Motor LifeBoat, a Lyle gun, and numerous exhibits. A 26' pulling surfboat is not being restored and will be added to the display. Don't miss this interesting museum honoring the brave man who battled the wild waters of Lake Superior to save stranded mariners.

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