Hunter's Point Park
Hunter's Point Park is 9.4 acres in size with 4,800 feet of shoreline. Bird watching, photography, studying the many colorful and unique rock formations, and simply enjoying the quiet while viewing Lake Superior, are what make Hunter's Point a very special place. Please remember...take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints.
Trails run along the north and south borders of the park. Those on the north shore have connecting links to the north shore beaches. The North Beach and South Beach trails have connecting trails that provide many combinations of varied walking experiences. A new 1.6 mile long "family friendly" biking/hiking trail runs between the Copper Harbor Visitor Center and the Hunter's Point Parking Lot.
Access is from the Copper Harbor Marina on M-26 or the parking area 3/10 of a mile west of the Marina off M-26 on North Coast Shores Road to Harbor Coast Lane, at the end.