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Copper Harbor (and the greater Keweenaw Region) is a perfect destination for a day away, a weekend trip, or an extended escape. Here are some help to get your planning underway, including where to stay, what to eat or drink, places to shop, other trails to visit, and more. All of the businesses listed below are donors to the Copper Harbor Trails Club. Please support the businesses that support our trails!

You can also check out Visit Keweenaw to help you find shops and activities or to plan your trip to the region. They're an excellent resource as you travel between the Keweenaw's many attractions!

In the off-season many of our favorite local businesses close or reduce their hours. Be sure to check ahead of time before you visit!

Eat & Drink

Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch or a nice dinner at the end of a long day of biking, Copper Harbor and the greater Keweenaw region offers visitors many tasty options for you to choose from. From waterfront dining to a casual meal you’ll find something for everyone. The following is a list of local restaurants and grocery stores that generously donate to the Copper Harbor Trails Club. If you find yourself stopping in for a meal or a drink, please let them know that you are in town to ride the trails! 

In/near Copper Harbor:

Farther south:


Tired after a long day spent playing outside in the Keweenaw or simply looking to unwind? The region offers many options for lodging. Whether you are looking for a beautiful lakefront view, or a cozy campfire we’ve got it all! The following is a list of local hotels, cabins, and campgrounds that are also donors to the Copper Harbor Trails Club. Be sure to thank them for not only their hospitality but also their support of the Copper Harbor Trails

Located in/near Copper Harbor:

Located farther south on the Keweenaw Peninsula and great staging locations for exploring all of the region's trail offerings:

GeAR Up & Shop

Need to buy a gift before you head out of town?  Look no further than the following local businesses that give back to our trails. Many also have gear that'll help you get back on the trail, or something you forgot on your way up to the Keweenaw.

Located in/near Copper Harbor

Farther south 


The Keweenaw is blessed with a wide variety of professional companies that are dedicated to serving residents and businesses. All of the businesses on this list also support our trails!

Explore the Keweenaw's trails, Lake Superior, the Portage Waterway, and numerous lakes and streams with the help of these local outfitters.

  • Keweenaw Adventure Company offers guided kayak and bike tours, shuttle service for our trails, equipment rentals, and a full-service bike repair shop if you run into trouble. 
  • Cross Country Sports in Calumet offers affordable bike and XC ski rentals for exploring the Keweenaw's winter trails, particularly at Swedetown.


Maybe its an emergency or maybe you just need a massage, an adjustment, or a workout on a rainy day.

other things to do 

Please see the Trails page for more non-motorized trail system information.  The region also offers numerous hiking trails, an extensive ATV and snowmobile trail system, and endless forest roads for exploring.  In addition, the region has a robust arts and music community with events throughout the year.  If you are looking for other activities when you are off the bike, here are a few links, and businesses that can help.  

Conservation organizations in the region:

State/National Parks

Visit the official Copper Harbor website for more local dining, loding, and recreation options.

Find out more about the Copper Country's events and businesses from Visit Keweenaw.


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