Copper Harbor offers many ways for you to take part in its history and enjoy its scenery. Quiet or exciting the choice is yours.
Copper Harbor Lighthouse Boat Tours - Boat tour of the Harbor, entrance to the Copper Harbor Lighthouse museum, historical narration and walking trails. Located at Copper Harbor Marina.
Delaware Mine - Tour an authentic copper mine above and below ground to learn the history of the rugged men who mined the ore.
Fort Wilkins State Park - An exciting living museum with a fully reconstructed fort, walking trails, picnic, and playground area, gift shop, and camping. You can feel the history as you walk by Michigan's early mine sites at the fort and lighthouse with their interpretive guides.
Keweenaw Adventure Company - Kayak tours. Bicycle and kayak rentals too.
Lake Superior Sunset Cruises aboard the Isle Royale Queen IV. July 4 through Labor Day, 4 days a week, Tues, Weds. Thurs., and Sat. Charters available. Cruise length: 90 minutes minimum. The Queen IV sails outside Copper Harbor along Keweenaw Coast and chases lake freighters. Departure time starts July 4 at 8:30 p.m., but later in summer the boat departs earlier as the sun sets earlier.
Going to Isle Royale
Isle Royale Queen IV - Copper Harbor to Isle Royale. Visit Michigan's only National Park and one of the Nation's two Island National Parks. The Isle Royale Queen IV provides transportation to the island for Rock Harbor Lodge guests as well as backpackers, kayakers, and canoeists. The vessel also provides Day Trips to Isle Royale all summer, often with special day-trip rates up to 50% off.
A Superior Dive Shop - A full service diving shop offers equipment, training and charters to explore Lake Superior.
Freds Charters - Fishing - Fred knows where the fish bite. Sightseeing / Scenic excursions and SCUBA diving on Lake Superior.