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Anam Cara Cabin

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Open Year Round. Anam Cara’s secluded 12 acres and ½ mile of shoreline on idyllic 700-acre Lake Medora combines stunning natural and architectural beauty for an unforgettable retreat.  Built of stone, timber and bark, nestled in the woods on a rocky point with two sandy coves and its own 1+ mile trail hiking-mountain biking trail, this two-bedroom cabin is a magical,  inspiring gem that celebrates fine craftsmanship, earthy luxury, creativity, solitude and nature.

Website: https://anamcaracabin.com

email: anamcaracabin@gmail.com    Phone: 414-418-6080

Location: Washington Mine Road, northwest shoreline of Lake Medora

Trails End Campground

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Each campsite provides fire ring and picnic table. Most sites accommodate a small pop up camper and some sites accommodate larger RVs. Keep in mind that we are a rustic campground and do not provide any water, sewer, or electrical hook ups. A water spigot is located at registration and vault toilets are on the premises. We are a first come first serve campground with self registration. We do not take reservations at this time. All sites rent for $15 per site per night. If you have any further questions – please do not hesitate to message our page. We look forward to seeing you this summer!

Website  ||  Location:1/4 mile west of Copper Harbor-M26

 

 

Dapple-Gray Bed & Breakfast

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Open Year Round. A new log lodge with Victorian decor. Four private suites overlook Lake Superior. We feature annotated antique glass displays, the Dapple-Gray Antique Shop and weekend seminars. Sauna and all modern amenities. Your hosts: Ole & Ruth Van Goor.

Website  ||  Email  || Phone: 906-289-4200

Location: M-26 a mile west of Copper Harbor proper

Lake Fanny Hooe Campground

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Cottages and lakeside motel rooms with kitchenettes. Boat rentals, swim beach and playground. 64 site campground, water/electric and full hookups and laundromat. 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 || Email  || Phone: 906-289-4451

Location: 1/4 mile south of US-41 on 2nd Street on Lake Fanny Hooe

Fort Wilkins SP Campground

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Fort Wilkins Historic State Park offers camping, day-use facilities, a restored 1844 military outpost and one of the first lighthouses on Lake Superior. Restoration work and development began in the 1930s. Costumed interpreters demonstrate the history of the Keweenaw Peninsula fort. There is a cabin on Lake Fanny Hooe that is rented year-round also.

Website  || Location: About 1 mile east of Copper Harbor proper

Mount Bohemia

Website: http://mtbohemia.com

Email: lmbohemia@yahoo.com

Phone: 906-360-7240

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mountbohemia?fref=ts

An 1100 acre resort with Cabins and Yurts featuring Sea Kayaking, Fishing, Paddleboarding,hiking, and biking. Over 12 miles of on site hiking and biking trails. All activities and equipment included in lodging price. Mount Bohemia in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has the longest runs with the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest. This hidden secret is a true treasure for backcountry skiers and riders. The average snowfall in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is 273 inches.

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Location: 14 miles from Copper Harbor | Open Year Round

Copper Harbor Solstice Cottage

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Open Year Round. The Solstice Cottage is a great base for YEAR-ROUND lodging in the heart of Copper Harbor. The mountain bike trailhead is just blocks away, and it’s an easy walking distance to restaurants, bars, micro-brewery, shops and the general store. 2 blocks from Lake Superior (with a lakeview from the deck). And for skiers/snowboarders, Mount Bohemia is only 14 miles away. Sleeps 2-4. AIRBNB BOOKINGS ONLY.

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Location: Bernard & 7th Street

Fort Wilkins State Park Campground

Website: http://www.michigandnr.com/parksandtrails/details.aspx?id=419&type=SPRK

Fort Wilkins Historic State Park offers camping, day-use facilities, a restored 1844 military outpost and one of the first lighthouses on Lake Superior. Restoration work and development began in the 1930s. Costumed interpreters demonstrate the history of the Keweenaw Peninsula fort. There is a cabin on Lake Fanny Hooe that is rented year round also.

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Location: About 1 mile east of Copper Harbor proper

 

Cedar Point Cabins

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Open Year Round. Four seasonal cabins, and two, new year round use cabins nestled between Lake Superior and Look Out Mountain on the shore of Lake Bailey. Your quiet, comfortable “basecamp” cabins for year round access to all your Keweenaw adventures.

Website  ||  Email  ||  Phone: 906-289-4415

Location: on M-26 between Eagle Harbor and Copper Harbor

Bear Den Cabin

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Open Year Round Cozy private cabin rental property located on main avenue of Copper Harbor, MI. Available for rent year round fun with easy access to snowmobile/ ATV and mountain bike trails. Located only steps away from public dock on lake superior, public park, fish market, and multiple shops and restaurants. Rental cabin contains; fully equipped kitchen, dining area, living room with 2 twin beds, single bedroom with 2 more twin beds, full bathroom, and private front deck. -Requires 2 night minimum on rental.

Website  ||  Phone: 920-621-5804

Location: NE Corner of Gratiot (M-26) & 7th Streets

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