Travelers seeking to escape up north have plenty of places to stay in Copper Harbor. This tiny adventure town offers a mix of cabins, motels, vacation rentals and even a historic lodge resort. No matter where you choose to stay, visitors are always a short hike or pedal away from Lake Superior’s fresh coast and Copper Harbor’s world-class outdoor trails.
Copper Harbor is known for its abundance of year-round outdoor recreation opportunities and access to Lake Superior. Staying here allows visitors to literally roll out of bed and hit the trails no matter your choice of transportation: foot, pedal, paddle, sled or side-by-side. Local attractions like Estivant Pines, Fort Wilkins State Park, Brockway Mountain and thousands of acres of pristine wilderness are right outside your doors. Copper Harbor also serves as hub for accessing Isle Royale via ferry.