Located on Lake Superior, between Copper Harbor and Eagle River on the Keweenaw Peninsula. (Map)
Cabins, Cottages, Lighthouse B&B's,
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 and BUSINESS 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.
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.
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).
New Listing: 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. 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
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
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