Pines Resort

Address: PO Box 122, Copper Harbor, Michigan, 49918, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on PO Box 122, Copper Harbor, is near Keweenaw National Historical Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Pines Resort Copper Harbor

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Travel Blogs from Copper Harbor

Lazy Day in the Cabin

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 03, 2015

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... I think I have eaten so many that I am done! I packed-up my suitcase and cooked dinner. Felt like a Sunday. Shirley sent me a picture of my great grandparents. Nice to put a face to a name. Maybe I can find out more information next time I am in ...

Michigan Technological University

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 02, 2015

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... and a chipmunk ran into the shop! Apparently it eats out of the owner's hand. It was so small and the closest I have ever gotten to a chipmunk. Such a cute little animal - and fast! Next stop, Michigan Tech. I was very intrigued passing the Fraternity Houses. I've only seen this on movies and heard about it from news stories on hazing. I find the whole fraternity thing quite bizarre and feel sorry for the neighbors! I can't remember seeing or hearing anything like that ...

Calumet Theatre and Laurium

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 01, 2015

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Note to self: Do not partake in jam sampling before going to bed. I forgot to mention that after buying the jams at the monastery, we regretted not buying the thimbleberry (unique to the Keweenaw region) to try. So when at a little store in copper Harbour, bought a thimbleberry jam from the "Jam Lady". I don't know why we thought that a late night cup of tea and toast with jam was a good idea? Thimbleberry does have its own distinct flavour (Jonathan's ...

Brockway Mountain, Keweenaw Peninsula

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Sep 29, 2015

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... finishing my muffin and weaving uphill to Brockway Mountain through the changing trees, Jonathan spotted wild turkeys. There were so many all over the road. By the time we pulled over and got the camera out, they nervously hid in the trees, but we have one picture of a straggler. Arriving at the top of the mountain, I saw one of the most breathtaking views that my eyes have ever seen. Trees as far as you can see and the end of ...

The Northern Most Point of Michigan

A travel blog entry by louandpam on Oct 09, 2013

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... of the important role that the mining industry played or still plays for people here. From smelting facilities to retired mines to historic buildings to mine tours and abandoned towns, you understand that mining was a way of life in this area. Although much of the mining industry has moved on, the towns are still quaint and tourism plays a much more important role for this area of Michigan now.

Route 41 takes you right into ...

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