Northern Lights Taken by Jeremy Rowe
Keweenaw National Historical Park Get the inside scoop from a Park Ranger
Eagle River Falls
Courtesy of Sand Point Charters
Quincy Mine By Christopher Schmidt
Copper Harbor overlook

A World of Things to Do!


“X” marks the spot.

Ever since we were kids, we all knew that’s where the hidden treasure was. A treasure that could be virtually anything, and was always as big as our imaginations. To find such riches today, all we need to do is follow the roads that lead to the Keweenaw Peninsula. The treasures you’ll take home are Pure Michigan.

 

Michigan's Copper Country

The Keweenaw is Michigan’s Copper Country! Here is where the largest fresh waters on earth create a peninsula called the Keweenaw. Where adventure falls from the sky, grows from the ground and springs from Lake Superior.

Explore the solitude of Isle Royale or take a step back in time and visit the Keweenaw National Historic Park.

The Keweenaw is a quiet place to rest for many migrating birds and  "the best place in the country to watch northbound hawks in the spring." - BirdWatching Magazine

Spring is the premier time to see the many rushing waterfalls that call the Keweenaw home.