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Places to Stay

Calumet visitors have a nice selection of places to stay including the AmericInn by Wyndham and several mom-&-pop motels, cottages and cabins. Conveniently located on or near the Keweenaw’s rail trail systems, visitors are able to adventure out by side-by-side or sled.

Why Stay in Calumet?

Calumet is located in the heart of the Keweenaw Peninsula making it a great basecamp for travelers looking to make day trips to Copper Harbor, Houghton and SöKē (southern Keweenaw). Its historic downtown was the center of the Keweenaw’s epic copper boom, and today features several shopping and dining options for visitors.

Within Calumet attractions include Swedetown Recreation Area Trails, the Keweenaw National Historical Park Visitors Center, Keweenaw Heritage Center, Calumet Theatre and Calumet Waterworks Beach, plus several historic sites and museums.  During the summer and fall, Calumet’s downtown farmers market offers visitors a great taste of locally grown produce and other tasty treats.

Copper Harbor

Today, you’ll find this small town brimming with energy and Pacific Northwest vibes thanks to mountain bikers and outdoor…

Houghton

Houghton is often referred to as the Gateway to the Keweenaw seamlessly blending the great outdoors, history, and smalltown charm. Home…

Calumet

Here, history runs deep. As the epicenter of the historic 1900’s Keweenaw copper boom, Calumet has a rich past. But today…

Hancock

The downtown historic district now houses local shops, galleries and restaurants while the east side of town showcases many Victorian…

Eagle Harbor

You can tour the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse, take advantage of the sandy swimming beach or explore the many hiking trails that surround the…

Eagle River

 Eagle River has a beautiful beach that is great for watching the sunset and the northern lights.  You’ll find miles of…

Laurium

Today Laurium is more modern than back in the mining days but you can still feel the history as you pass through.  Restaurants…

Bete Grise

Bete Grise (French for Grey Beast) offers white sandy beaches that are perfect for a day of relaxing with the family.  The bay area…

Chassell

Established in 1888, Chassell was once a stop on the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway for mainly the logging industry. Today…

Lac La Belle

Lac La Belle was once the site of a stamping plant for the Delaware and Mendota copper mines back in it’s hay day but now resembles…

Toivola / Twin Lakes

Today you will find small “mom and pop” places and remains of those old buildings that once made this area so popular as well…