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  • Fort Wilkins State Park
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  • Lighthouse Boat Tours
  • Delaware Mine
  • Fort Wilkins State Park
  • Keweenaw Adventure Company
  • Isle Royale Ferry
    Scenic Drives
  • Brockway Mountain Drive
  • Circle Tours
  • Lakeshore Drive
  • US-41 Heritage Route
  • Seasonal & Back Roads
    Summer Activities
  • Golf, Mini & Frisbee
  • New Playground
  • Mountain Biking
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  • Canoe & Kayaking
  • Hiking
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  • SCUBA Diving
    Winter Activities
  • Snowmobiling
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Skiing & Boarding
  • Ice Fishing
  • The Copper Harbor area offers many activities for those who enjoy clean air, natural beauty and adventure. The region is a natural playground offering mixed woodlands, rolling mountains, pristine lakes and of course Lake Superior.

    In the winter the area is a wonderland, blanketed in an average snowfall of 270" of fluffy, lake effect snow. Enjoy the great outdoors. Get out there and play in the snow!

    Cross Country Skiing

    Copper Harbor has miles of beautiful, groomed ski trails that range from easy to challenging. Read more...


    There are plenty of places one can showshoe in this area. With marked trails as well as acres of wilderness. Read more...

    Skiing & Boarding

    Mount Bohemia is just 14 miles from Copper Harbor. Bohemia boasts the highest vertical drop in the midwest. The skiing is extreme - no beginners allowed. Visit their website for more info.


    There are over 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in the Keweenaw which connect to the 2,500 miles of trails covering Michigan's Upper Peninsula. All trails are 8 to 12 feet wide and clearly marked. Trails take the rider through snow blanketed forests, along frozen shores and over rolling mountains.

    Ice Fishing

    Many lakes including Lake Superior offer up some excellent fishing opportunities. Read more...