Courtesy of Julie Christiansen
Aaron Peterson Copper Harbor Biking
Quincy Mine By Christopher Schmidt
Copper Harbor overlook
Brockway Mountain
Calumet Theatre

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.

The weather is getting cooler and Fall colors are upon us. The brilliant reds, oranges, and electric yellows make a collage of colors that line the beautiful Lake Superior Shoreline which make the Copper Country the perfect place for a fall retreat.

The hills come alive with bold and brilliant reds, oranges, and electric yellows created by the special mix of sugar maples, birch and oaks of the northern forests.

The Keweenaw is the snow capital of the midwest with an average 273" of snow that blankets two downhill ski areas and over 200 miles of snowmobile trails. Come and play!