Copper Harbor

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Hotels in Copper Harbor

Copper Harbor Accommodations (1)
Harbor Hide-A-Way Motel Copper Harbor

Harbor Hide-A-Way Motel Copper Harbor

4.50 3 reviews

US 41 , Copper Harbor, United States

Travel Blogs from Copper Harbor

Copper Harbor Travel Blogs (14)
What the Hell is Broasted Chicken?, Copper Harbor, United States travel blog

What the Hell is Broasted Chicken?

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

This is a top pick!
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... people call this end of the world home.  To put that in perspective, I had classes in college with over 500 people.   Copper Harbor is also the end of the road for US 41 which starts down in Key West.  Yep, for all my Atlanta ...

06 Keweenaw Peninsula, Copper Harbor, United States travel blog

06 Keweenaw Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tombuttle

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... Houghton-Hancock (twin cities a river apart) then into Keweenaw County -- ending up at Fort Wilkins State Park just outside Copper Harbor. This is the most northerly mainland point in Michigan and provides ferry access to Isle Royale National Park (no ...

Day trip to the tip!, Copper Harbor, United States travel blog

Day trip to the tip!

A travel blog entry by bekandjesse

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We ventured out and heading to the tip! The tip of Michigan that is. The area we have been staying in is an old copper mining town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (Say ya to da UP eh!) and it is only 40 miles or so from the very tip of Michigan. This ...

(Michigan and N.P. #11(or not), Copper Harbor, United States travel blog

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

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa

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     After spending some down time with family in Illinois, I went to Michigan and Isle Royale Nat. Park. The state is the largest in area east of the Mississippi and consists of two peninsulars, upper and lower. It is bordered by ...

Attractions in Copper Harbor

Copper Harbor Attractions (1)
Fort Wilkins State Park

Fort Wilkins State Park

4.50

Copper Harbor, Michigan, United States

An army outpost that kept order in this wilderness outpost in the 1840s.