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Fort Wilkins State Park
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Copper Harbor
From kayaking on Lake Fanny Hooe, to exploring the fort, to walks and bike rides on the trails, this park doesn’t disappoint.
... end of an old army rd that runs all the way to florida great restoration on old buildings and great guides there during summer State park with campground also See the northern lights there when sky is clear
Hunter's Point Park
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Copper Harbor
This gem of nature is an easy hike just across the harbor from the town of Copper Harbor.
Grateful to all the contributors who made this park possible and also love the new benches being added to the trails!
Estivant Pines Nature Sanctuary
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Copper Harbor
My husband and I have visited Estivant Pines on several occasions, always enjoying a walk through the forest, which is maintained by Michigan Nature Association.
Very nice, moderate intensity nature walk with two loops of 1.2 & 1.1 mile each.
Copper Harbor Bike Trail System
#4 of 7 Nature & Parks in Copper Harbor
Clearly the downhill/bike park type trails are a significant draw.
Stay anywhere, State Park, Motel or Lodge and never need to get in a car.
Horseshoe Harbor
#5 of 7 Nature & Parks in Copper Harbor
Manganese Falls
#6 of 7 Nature & Parks in Copper Harbor
We did find it, found the post without the sign, very nice, narrow canyon as others have mentioned but very pretty, no real parking, just park off the side of the road... glad we stopped to check it out.
Montreal Falls
#7 of 7 Nature & Parks in Copper Harbor
The awesome thing about so many of the hikes in the Upper Peninsula is that they are National Park quality (or better) without the crowds.