Keweenaw Adventure Company
Respect the van. And take a lift to the top! Save your time and your legs – catch a lift on the shuttle and take advantage of gravity. Keweenaw Adventure Company’s Downhill Mountain Bike Shuttle acts as if a chairlift operation at a ski hill. Day Passes are available for Tuesday/Friday, 4pm-9pm and Saturday/Sunday 12pm-5:30pm. Ride your own bike or rent one. Reservations recommended – will accommodate walk-ins based on availability. Visit website to book online or call to learn more.
Website | Phone: 906-289-4303 | US-41 & 2nd Street
Open Year Round
Located just off the intersection of Highway 41 and 26 in the village of Copper Harbor, Copper Harbor Fuel Stop proudly fulfills the automotive gasoline, diesel and accessory needs of the residents and guests of Copper Harbor and the greater Keweenaw county region. Our convenience store offers an array of items such as energy, water, and sport drinks, sodas and snacks and seasonal fresh made-to-order hoagie sandwiches to go! There is an extensive selection of fishing, camping, snowmobile, and ORV accessories and supplies. Open 364 days a year the professional friendly staff of “the Fuel Stop” is here to serve you the customer. Learn more at: http://www.copperharborfuelstop.com/
Website || Phone: 906-289-3483 || M-26 (Gratiot Street) & 7th Street
Open Summer Season
When in Copper Harbor be sure to visit the Welcome Center for area information. We are proud of our Welcome Center. It’s full of great info, displays and history as well as being visually appealing!
The Welcome Center is located in the township hall along with the post office. It is attended and open in the summer only. In addition to information, you can find free WiFi as well as fax service during open hours.
When the Welcome Center is closed, you can still browse numerous brochures available in the lobby 24 hours a day. There are public restrooms in building available around the back of the building.
Phone: 906-289-4274 | US-41 and 2nd Street in the Grant Township building.
Copper Harbor became the Gateway to Isle Royale in the 1930s when the first ferry boats began sailing charters to the remote and rugged island wilderness. Our village has become the principal port of departure for visitors to America’s great island national park, currently on the 100-foot ferry the Isle Royale Queen IV. The Queen is a fast, comfortable, and safe ship that makes one of the longest ferry runs across open waters in the United States. The Donald Kilpela family has held the franchise for this national park service since 1971. Crossing time on the Queen is 3 hours and 45 minutes. Conditions on Lake Superior in summer are mostly favorable for enjoyable crossings to the magnificent Isle Royale wilderness.
>Website | 906-289-4437 | Brockway & Waterfront Landing (5th Street)
Variety of Goods
Open Year Round. ATM, camping and fishing supplies, books, maps, ice, clothing, fishing and hunting licensing. Fresh produce, fresh meats, cold beer & wine,packaged liquor, ice cream, cold pop and other groceries.