COVID UPDDATE * Copper Harbor businesses have been working hard to open while implementing the restrictions made by the CDC and Health Department. Be aware that this includes wearing a mask to enter an establishment.
At this time most businesses are open and welcoming visitors! The best way to find details and updates is to visit each business via their websites and Facebook pages. Contact information is available on this website adjacent to the business ads. We hope to see you soon!
We regret to inform you that the 4th of July Celebration and Fireworks for 2020 have been cancelled. This will be the first time in 37 years that the fireworks were not launched on the 4th of July. We look forward to 2021 and will have a great come-back celebration!
Is today the day you breathe deeply and be revitalized by the freshest air on Earth? How about biking down the side of a mountain on a world-class trail system. Perhaps you will spend your time on the beach hounding rocks with the waves gently lapping at your feet. Or immerse yourself in the history of the copper boom in this wild and wondrous place. Travel miles of rugged back country through incredible scenic beauty. You might decide to skim the surface of Lake Superior as you glide gently by the lighthouse on a sea-kayak tour. Or take a cruise to catch a freighter while watching the sunset. Enjoy a fine meal, explore the quaint shops and galleries, play a round of mini golf then sit back in the evening and if you’re lucky, the northern lights will put on a show.
Tomorrow is too long to wait. Copper Harbor…where the road ends and adventure begins.
A trip to Copper Harbor is off the beaten path, but that’s what makes it nice. Plan to spend some time and hang out for a while..….you won’t be disappointed! The friendly people, affordable prices, fresh air, fine cuisine, unique shops, amazing scenery, historical significance and options for outdoor recreation combine to enhance the whole experience. There is so much to see and do, many features are unique to the area. Take time to see it all!
Copper Harbor is also the Gateway to Isle Royale National Park. The Isle Royale Queen IV takes visitors to the cherished island 50 miles away in about 3 hours.