Harbor Hide-A-Way Motel

Address: US 41 , Copper Harbor, Michigan, 49918, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on US 41 , Copper Harbor, is near Fort Wilkins State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Copper Harbor

Isle Royale National Park

A travel blog entry by tlgraetz on Aug 27, 2014

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... boots that had arrived January 7th via mail while hospitalized, we set out on a 2 mile hike. Superior vistas, rocky trails, wildflowers and solitude greeted us with every winding step. Every National Park is unique and Isle Royale did not disappoint. How blessed we are to be on this wonderful, magnificent journey in ...

The Northern Most Point of Michigan

A travel blog entry by louandpam on Oct 09, 2013

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... and area closes the second weekend of October for the fall season, so we lucked out in visiting before it shut down. Many of the places re-open January-April for snow activities and then close again until June in time for the summer tourists.

We stayed at Fort Wilkins State Park which we cannot say enough nice things about. Only the east loop was open but the campground sits between Lake Superior and Lake Fanny Hooey and features ...

Northernmost part of Michigan

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jul 13, 2013

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... Fort Wilkiins which was there to protect the copper mines from the Indians and its state park and took the back roads to see Estivant Pines - some large old growth pines. Keeweenaw Mtn Lodge was an interesting place with a golf course and small cottages. Dinner that night was at an old German restaurant on the waterfront in the small downtown section and was ...

(Michigan and N.P. #11(or not)

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jun 24, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... forested areas, past lakes, rolling hills, small mountains and farmland. While it was nice, I found all the beauty to be somewhat generic. Nothing really stood out or made me ooh and aah. Perhaps I was just spoiled by the magnificent Northeast. The upper peninsular was a bit wilder and a little more to my liking. I believe the word I would use for Michigan is pleasant. I wish I could say the same about my attempt to visit Isle ...

Right at the Top of Michigan

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Aug 20, 2012

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... Hall in the hope of raising morale, but, when the building was packed full of hundreds of people, someone yelled “Fire,” and caused a panic. In the (rather literal) stampede to get down the stairs, 78 people were crushed to death, 59 of them children (and most of the rest their mothers). There was no fire, and scuttlebutt has it that it was someone from the opposing faction who yelled the warning on purpose to cause ...