Top Experiences in the Copper Country

The Copper Country of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula offers numerous wilderness experiences to meet every dream. But are you looking for a new adventure that will challenge all your backpacking skills or your kayaking dreams? Then the world-renown national park, located in the middle of Lake Superior and belonging to Keweenaw County, will meet all the requirements you may have considered.

The Copper Country’s four counties all border Lake Superior. In addition, two national parks and two of Michigan’s largest state parks exist in the Copper Country.  Michigan’s largest undeveloped state park, Craig Lake State Park, lies in eastern Baraga County.  While at the western end of Ontonagon County, you can visit, camp, hike, and fish at the Porcupine Mountain State Park.