You might know Isle Royale as the only national park in Michigan. You might not know that it's also the least-visited and the most revisited national park in the entire system.
Black Creek Sanctuary
Rich in wildlife and local flora, Black Creek Nature Sanctuary is hard to find but worth the trouble.
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.
The shoreside hamlet of Eagle River is like a Keweenaw "sample platter," collecting all the peninsula's best elements in just under 6 square miles.
Ask any local about the best hike in the Keweenaw, and odds are good they'll recommend Mount Baldy.
With its curvaceous shoreline and wealth of hidden inlets, Lake Medora is known as one of the best fishing lakes in the Keweenaw.
Located just off the northernmost stretch of US-41, Brockway Mountain drive is only 10 miles long, but traveling it may take you up to an hour with all the pull-offs to take in the scenery of the surrounding shoreline, woodlands, and lakes.
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.
Despite the buzz of ATVs along the adjoining roads, a reverent hush pervades this boreal forest sanctuary.
This rocky point serves as the western arm of the harbor that gives Copper Harbor its name.
Fair warning: a "quick" pull-over stop could turn into spending all day at this magical coastal green space.