Lodging on the Snowmobile Trail
Keweenaw County, Upper Peninsula of Michigan


Keweenaw County includes the towns of Copper Harbor, MI and Lac La Belle, MI


Calumet & Laurium MI (11 miles north of Hancock)

  • North Shore Cottage, Tamarack Waterworks Road, Calumet, MI 49913. Phone 906-337-3127. Located 3.5 miles from Calumet on the shores of Lake Superior. Housekeeping cottage with extra amenities sleeps up to 6.
  • Trailside Lodge is located on Highway US-41, on the north side of Calumet, MI. The lodge offers 28 newly renovated rooms with cable TV, microwave, fridge, coffee makers, and Wi-Fi. At door parki ng with large parking lot for your vehicles. On the ATV and Snowmobile Trails with ATV/UTV and Snowmobile rentals at the office. Wonderful riding in the beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula. Close to restaurants, shopping, and the many attractions in the Keweenaw National Historic Park. Pets Welcome. Trailside Lodge, 57900 US-41, Calumet, MI 49913. Phone: (906) 337-9905

Lac La Belle, MI

  • Lac La Belle Lodge, Bear Belly Pit Stop -- Food To Go; Convenience Store with gas. Restaurant and basic snowmobile supplies. On the shores of Lac La Belle, only 15 miles from Copper Harbor. 6 one and two bedroom housekeeping cabins with a pull-out in the living room. Four bedroom vacation home with 2 bathrooms and a complete kitchen with washer & dryer that sleeps large groups. Satellite TV. On the snowmobile trail and near Mt. Bohemia. Snowmobile rentals. Phone: (906) 289-4293
  • Wilderness Resort and Campground in Lac La Belle offers three year round newly renovated lod gings 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 Re sort.  Phone: 906-369-5369

Houghton / Hancock, MI

  • Keweenaw Waters Resort
    17800 Houghton Canal Rd - Houghton, MI 49931 - Phone: 906-231-9193. Book your amazing cabin today. With a front-row view of the water and enough space for friends and family to enjoy themselves, you will have a memorable time in the Keweenaw. Give us a call or book on-line and we will get you set up with a cabin. 1/4 Mile from the nearest snowmobile trail with plenty of room to park. We can accommodate almost any size reservation.

Snowmobile Rentals

  • Copper Country Snowmobile, ATV, & Boat Rentals is located 10 miles north of Houghton and Hancock. Snowmobile rentals include Castle brand jackets & bibs and HJC helmets with frost-free hot shields. Sled rental is for a 23-hour day so sleds can be kept overnight. Delivery available to Houghton/Hancock and surrounding area. We are located directly off trail #17in Calumet so you can ride from the shop door. Copper Country Rental. Mine Street Station, Calumet, MI 49913. Call 906-337-9905 for reservations.

Houghton County: Rentals at Houghton Power Sports/Ride North in Houghton and Dan's Recreation.


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