Shopping

There are many interesting shops to browse, each boasts its own unique collection. Skip a shop and you may miss that one special item you’ve always wanted. The shop owners here take pride in their shops and goods, many being the artist them-self. There are weavers, potters, photographers, quilters, and a scrimshaw artist as well as a copper-smith among the many talented people you’ll discover while exploring the shops.

In the summer, you can take a Copper Harbor Art Crawl. The crawls take place every 4th Friday of the month from June until September. Visit the artists, galleries and places displaying art. You’ll also find music and treats along the way.

 

Jamsen's Bakery

 

Laughing Loon Gift Shop

 

Earthworks Gallery

Berry Patch – 31 flavors of ice cream, award winning wild berry jams from the Keweenaw made in our licensed kitchen. Unique antiques, collectibles, tee shirts, caps and vintage books. Open mid June through Labor Day, 7 days a week.
Website  |  Facebook  |  906-289-4604  |  SW Corner of Gratiot (M-26) & 9th Street

Brockway Inn Shop – Besides great coffees, the shop offers a “mini-gallery” featuring local nature, wildlife and scenic images on Double-matted art prints and note-cards. Coffee related gift items, portable presses, mugs, t-shirts, used books and coffee beans too!
Website  |  Facebook  |  906-289-4588  |  SE Corner of Gratiot (M-26) & 9th Streets

Copper Harbor Lighthouse Boat Tours and Gift Shop – Open May through October, 7 days a week. Gift Shop featuring lighthouse items, souvenirs, t-shirts, hats and more. Also home of the Lighthouse Boat Tour.
Facebook  |  906.289.4966  |  M-26 at the Copper Harbor Marina

Country Village Shops – 2 gift shops – The Last Frontier on US-41 and The Thimblerry Shop next door facing 6th Street – offering unique gift items and souvenirs, an old fashioned soda fountain and ice cream
|  906-289-4212  |  NW Corner of Gratioit (M-26) & 6th Streets | Open Year Round

Dapple-Gray Bed & Breakfast – A new log lodge with Victorian decor. We feature annotated antique glass displays, the Dapple-Gray Antique Shop and weekend seminars. Your hosts: Ole & Ruth Van Goor. .
Website  |  Phone# 906-289-4200  | M-26 a mile west of Copper Harbor proper | Open Year Round

Eagle Rock Studio – Gail English’s Keweenaw inspired hand painted glassware along with George Baily’s local photography on canvas, cards and prints.
906-289-4506  |  4 miles West of Copper Harbor on Lakeshore Dr (M-26)

Earthworks Gallery – Lake Superior Inspired Art by local and regional artists including internationally acclaimed photographer Steve Brimm.
Website  |  Facebook

Elizabeth’s Gift Shop – Gift shop offering quality gifts and art at the waters edge.
906-289-4437  |  At the end of 5th Street on the waterfront

Fisherman’s Daughter – A unique gift shop on the waterfront offering ceramic pottery, jewelry, clothing, rare minerals and specimens. Don’t miss this place. Open during the summer season.
Website  |  906-289-4285  |  At the end of 5th Street on the waterfront

The Fort Wilkins Natural History Association Park Store – Located in the State Park. Souvenirs, clothing, local jams, syrups, books, copper and crafts, games, puppets, toys and children’s books.  Also,camping supplies, ice, laundry products, snacks, soft drinks, ice cream bars. Purchases from the store support many special events and programs at the state park.Summer hours in July and August are 10-8.  Hours in May, June, September and October are 10-6.  The laundromat is open daily May – mid October. Free WiFi available.
Website  |  Facebook  |  906-289-4705  |  East of Copper Harbor proper in Fort Wilkins State Park

The Garden Brook – is located on Manganese Road, the gateway to Manganese Falls and The Estivant Pines.  A cordwood studio houses the artist, Donica Hope Dravillas at the edge of the Garden Brook.  Donica is a mixed media artist, utilizing Raku, Glass, Encaustic, and Photography in her work. The Garden Brook is an outdoor gallery, open daily throughout the Summer season weather permitting. Stop by for a Raku demonstration and a schedule for local artist workshops hosted by The Garden Brook.
Facebook  |  906-289-4919  |  south of US-41 on 2nd Street just past Lake Fanny Hooe on the left

Gas Lite General Store – Fresh produce, fresh meats, cold beer & wine, packaged liquor, camping and fishing supplies, ice cream, cold pop, groceries, books, maps, ice, clothing, fishing and hunting licensing, ATM
906-289-4652  |  Gratiot (US-41) west of 1st Street | Open Year Round

Grandpa’s Barn – Tucked in a quiet corner behind the Copper Harbor School, Grandpa’s Barn offers a diverse selection of books to tempt every reader. The setting evokes images of an earlier period in Copper Country history, and the shop is decorated with collectibles from those years. Come in and explore new worlds, and other eras. Open daily, May to October, or by appointment.
Facebook  |  906-289-4704  |  South on 4th Steet from US-41

Harborside Gifts – Moose and wolf lovers rejoice! The Isle Royale Queen office is home to a quaint shop full of Isle Royale and Copper Harbor gifts. Tees, sweats, jewelry, books, and much more. Lots of moose and wolf items!
Website  |  906-289-4437  |  At the end of 5th Street on the waterfront

Into the Woods Mini Golf and Gardens – Find Herbs & Perennials, gift & garden items and  dog toys. Stay for a fun putt thru the Keweenaw in miniature at the miniature golf course.
Website  |  Phone# 906-289-4370  |  Gratiot Street (M-26) west of 10th Street
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Jamsen’s Fish Market & Bakery – Located on the lovely Copper Harbor waterfront Jamsen’s is a fish market featuring local Lake Superior fish, fresh and smoked.  In addition, find fresh coffee and bakery offered daily.  T-shirts, local jams, homemade candles, and assorted gifts. Open daily from 7am to 3pm during the summer season.
Website  |  Facebook  |  906-289-4000  |  At the end of 5th Street on the waterfront

Keweenaw Adventure Company – Find gear and other outfitting products. Lake Superior sea kayak tours, lessons and rentals. Bicycle rentals, parts and service, maps and trail info located at the gateway to Copper Harbor’s world-famous mountain bike trails. Canoe rentals and interpretive hiking eco-tours.
Website  |  Facebook  |  906-289-4303  |  US-41 & 2nd Street

Lake Fanny Hooe Resort and Campground – Gift shop featuring candles, souvenirs, toys, apparel, nautical and northwoods items. Camp store includes camping items, RV supplies, fishing gear, bait, firewood, and ice. Whether you’re looking for a lakefront hotel, cozy cabin or campground facilities, we have accommodations and lodging options for all your vacation needs.
Website  |  906-289-4451  |  1/4 mi south of US-41 on 2nd Street

Laughing Loon – Crafts of the North gift shop. Gifts with a real flavor of the north. Home to Patchwords Books, an interesting and unique collection of beautiful books and guides.
Website  |  906-289-4813  |  1st Street just south of Gratiot (US-41)  |  Open Year Round

North One Gallery – Local and regional photography, art prints, notecards and more. People and pet portraits. Specialty matting and framing in house.
Website  |  906-289-4520  |  NE Corner of Gratiot (M-26) & 10th Streets  |  Open Year Round

Swede’s Gift Shop – Hand-crafted locally made gifts; greenstone, datolite & half-breed jewelry; scrimshaw on datolite; ceramic gifts; paintings & sketches; copper art work. Scandinavian gifts, antler art, pewter items, nautical brass, T’s & sweats. Local agates, datolite, copper, silver & half-breed specimens.
906-289-4596  |  NW Corner of Gratiot (US-41) & 3rd Streets

Thunderbird Gift Center – Jackets, sweatshirts, hats, T’s & moccasins. Handcrafted copper & custom jewelry featuring Isle Royale greenstones. Children’s corner, resident artist’s local paintings, coins, books, knives and metal detectors.
Website  |  906-289-4449  |  SE Corner of Gratiot (US-41) & 6th Streets

Traprock Pottery –  Located on US 41 in the heart of town, join Dennis Sotala as he crafts unique pottery at his outdoor shop.
Website  |  906-337-6879  |  2nd Street just north of Gratiot (US-41)




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