Ten Ways to Experience Fall Color in the Keweenaw

Posted on September 13th, 2021
  Autumn is a fleeting, yet magical moment for the Keweenaw’s lush landscape. Deciduous leaves change from vibrant shades of green to yellow, gold, fiery orange, and deep crimson red. Fall color provides the perfect backdrop for a wide range of outdoor adventures, and it’s a great excuse…
A sign reading: "Powder House" is visible in front of a ruined stone building surrounded by thick forest

Spooky Keweenaw Lore to Explore: Legends and Locations

Posted on October 22nd, 2021
  The last days of October find the Keweenaw busy with Halloween fun. Folks around town are treated to spooky decorations in shop fronts, smiling scarecrows, and a community lively with anticipation for Halloween events and camaraderie. The surreal, warm autumn that brought us blazing fall…
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Drink Like a Local: 5 Great Keweenaw Watering Holes

Posted on October 15th, 2021
What is it about a little pub tucked away in some quiet place that’s just so darn appealing? Is it the friendly bartender, who’s likely the owner? Is it the history lining the walls – mining photos, dollar bills stuck to the ceiling, vintage local sports jerseys, Bosch brewing mem…
Car taking scenic drive in Keweenaw Peninsula during Fall

The Ultimate Keweenaw Fall Scenic Drive

Posted on September 24th, 2021
When you’re in the Keweenaw in the fall, a simple drive to the store can be a world-class fall color tour. But if you’re serious about seeing as much of the Upper Peninsula’s fall color splendor as possible, we’ve put together an unbeatable road trip with plenty of scenic views, Lake Superior

8 Reasons to Explore Chassell

Posted on September 3rd, 2021
Famous for bountiful strawberry harvests and berry-themed celebrations, the charming community of Chassell is a hub of outdoor fun, food, and historical pursuits! For many who make their pilgrimage to the Keweenaw, Chassell is a welcomed sign that they’ve made it to the promised land. But don…
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A Taste of the Keweenaw: Thimbleberries

Posted on August 19th, 2021
As summer reaches its midpoint, foragers and hikers exploring the Keweenaw Peninsula’s wilderness are sure to discover a unique, bright-red berry hidden along a quiet trail. Deliciously sweet with a hint of tartness, this berry is called a “thimbleberry” and is a favorite among local resi…
Alumni poses in front of Husky statute on Michigan Tech's campus

Husky Memories: Mich Tech Alumni Reunion Bucket List

Posted on August 5th, 2021
Trudging through epic morning snowstorms to make class and late-night study sessions aren’t the only experiences Husky grads share. In preparation for Michigan Technological University Alumni Reunion Weekend, we’ve created a guide to waltz down memory lane.  STROLL THROUGH MTU’S CAM
Gordon Rasmsay pushing a wheelbarrow in the Keweenaw

Explore the Keweenaw like Chef Gordon Ramsay

Posted on July 29th, 2021
In National Geographic’s: Uncharted “Michigan’s Yooper Cuisine”, we witnessed famous chef Gordon Ramsay explore the Keweenaw Peninsula as he pursued Upper Peninsula culinary ingredients. Inspired by Ramsay’s quest to become a true yooper, here are our recommendations on visitin

Your Summertime Guide to Enjoying Dreamland and Beyond

Posted on July 23rd, 2021
LIKE A DREAM In 1913, a Canadian immigrant named Norbert Sarazin put down roots in Bootjack, Michigan. In this remote Keweenaw gem, Norbert built a resort that catered to loggers too weary to travel home. Originally named Dreamland Hotel, the Dreamland Restaurant & Bar has lived up to its name a
Mother and child hiking Isle Royale National Park Trail

Top Things I Wish I Knew Before Visiting Isle Royale National Park

Posted on July 11th, 2021
Visiting Isle Royale National Park is a dream for many, but very few make it to the Island.  The national park’s location in the middle of Lake Superior, mixed with an abbreviated visitor season, consistently makes Isle Royale one of the least visited in the United States. And doing it right r…
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