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  Fort Wilkins Historic State Park



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Fort Wilkins has been restored to its 1844 appearance.
Restoration of the fort began in the 1930s.



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Exhibits and artifacts help tell the story of Fort Wilkins
Fort Wilkins bakery once served hungry soldiers.



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The married enlisted men's quarters at Fort Wilkins.
Entering part of the fort.



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Another view of Fort Wilkins.
Fort Wilkins Trading Post is a store with souvenirs and much more.



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The state park has spot to view the Copper Harbor Lighthouse.
Wildflowers near the lighthouse viewing area.

  Copper Harbor Parks



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The Scenic Lookout on Brockway Mountain Drive provides a great view of Copper Harbor, Lake Superior and Lake Fanny Hooe.
There is parking near the Scenic Lookout sign.



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The Scenic Lookout is a favorite spot for snapping photos.
Lake Fanny Hooe.



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A view of Copper Harbor from the Scenic Lookout.
The Lighthouse Tours boats leave from the Copper Harbor State Harbor.



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The boat launch at Copper Harbor State Harbor.
The giftshop and restrooms building at the state harbor. Tickets for the Copper Harbor Lighthouse Tours are sold inside..



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The dock area of the Copper Harbor State Harbor.
Some of the boat slips at the harbor.



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The Sixth Street Dock and Boardwalk is a scenic spot.
Another view of the Sixth Street Dock and Boardwalk.



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Transient docking is allowed at Grant Townships's Sixth Street Dock. Docking rates are per day.
A view of the Sixth Street Dock area from the Scenic Lookout.



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Third Street Memorial Park.
The boat launch for Lake Medora is located near US-41. Lake Medora is south of Copper Harbor.



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Lake Medora is a inland lake that's popular for fishing.
 

  Trails in the Copper Harbor Area



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The trailhead for the Hunters Point Trail is near the boat launch at the Copper Harbor State Harbor.
Sign for the Hunters Point Trail.



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The Hunters Point Trail is a nature trail that meanders through the woods.
 

  Bike Routes & Driving in the Copper Harbor Area



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Biking on US-41 near Copper Harbor.
Whether you ride your bike or drive your car, US-41 can be very beautiful on a sunny October day.



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Entering Copper Harbor on M-26. A paved shoulder is on the sides of the road through Copper Harbor, ending at Fort Wilkins Historic State Park.
M-26 near the Old Country Store in Copper Harbor.



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Sign for Brockway Mountain Drive and Lakeshore Drive/M-26.
View from part of Brockway Mountain Drive on a fall afternoon.



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Going down Brockway Mountain Drive towards Copper Harbor.
When you bike or drive route on M-26 between Copper Harbor and Eagle River, you can see many cool places, like Eagle Harbor Light Station.



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Eagle Harbor is located along M-26.
Between Eagle Harbor and Eagle River on M-26, you can see Jacobs Falls.



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The Jampot has delicious cookies and is located along M-26.
Eagle River Falls is a short distance from M-26.



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The historic bridge at Eagle River is near M-26 and Eagle River's village limits.
The Great Sand Bay is visible from the M-26 bike route.



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Riding along US-41 near Phoenix.
The Central Mine Visitors Center is north of US-41 on Central Road.



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Whether you bike or drive your way to the top, Brockway Mountain Drive has great views of Lake Superior.
View near the Sky Top Inn Gifts shop.



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A person enjoying the view near the Sky Top Inn Gifts shop.
Going down Brockway Mountain Drive near the Scenic Lookout.

  More of Copper Harbor



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The Keweenaw Mountain Lodge has a popular golf course near Copper Harbor.
Cabins at Keweenaw Mountain Lodge.



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Copper Harbor Lighthouse was built in 1866.
Copper Harbor Lighthouse is only accessible by boat.



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Grant Township Hall and Copper Harbor Welcome Center, which is located in downtown Copper Harbor.
Harbor Haus Restaurant is one of the popular restaurants in Copper Harbor.



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Keweenaw Adventure Company has bikes and kayaks for rent during the summer and early fall.
Astor House Museum is located behind the Minnetonka Resort.



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Old Country Store at Copper Harbor.
Minnetonka Resort.



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The Mariner North is an excellent restaurant in Copper Harbor.
Tamarack Inn and Harbor Lights Inn.



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Copper Harbor is 1990 miles from Miami, Florida.
The Isle Royal Ferry Line is located near the Sixth Street Dock in Copper Harbor.




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