Standing 5 stories high on the ridge that forms the Keweenaw's base, the Quincy Mine is the first to let you know you've arrived in Copper Country.
In the historic ghost town of Delaware lie the ruins of the Keweenaw's oldest copper mine.
Keweenaw Point Trail
The Keweenaw is famous for its world-class hiking and mountain biking. Buckle up your big-kid pants and test your mettle on the Keweenaw Point Trail.
Eagle Harbor Lighthouse
One of the Keweenaw's most iconic landmarks, the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse is a piece of living history.
High Rock Bay
The Keweenaw's reputation as the "end of the world" probably came from a visit to High Rock Bay.
On an island full of beautiful waterfalls, Manganese Falls is not only one of the most unique, but also holds the distinction of being the last waterfall before you reach the tip of the Keweenaw.
Fort Wilkins State Park
Ever wonder what life was like during the mining heyday that gave Copper Harbor its name? Fort Wilkins State Park has the answers.
For being just 2.5 square miles in size, Copper Harbor offers a lot to do, from biking, hiking and fishing to souvenir shopping and craft beer sipping.