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Keweenaw County : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

BBQ Joint
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“This seasonal restaurant sits along side of beautiful Lake Superior. Call for reservations! ”
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Parc
“Beautiful year-round. Great for watching sunsets. Perfect place to ski or snowshoe on wintry days as well.”
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Boulangerie
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“What a fun place to stop. They have very long lines on Saturdays. If you drive by and don't see a line, stop in! Closed on Sunday.”
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Fire Station
“The Calumet Theatre is a National Historic Landmark that offers a variety of performances, including concerts and musicals.”
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Lodging
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“The best restaurant in the Keweenaw. Only open in the summer. Call ahead for a reservation. It isn't cheap but it will be well worth it!”
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Cafe
“Great Food and brewery for large groups. A bit more expensive but great atmosphere.”
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State / Provincial Park
“Head to Finger Point lookout for a great view of Lake Superior and its islands (5.5 km). Or take the loop trail to High Falls (2.5 km). You can sit right next to the falls, making it the coolest waterfall trail ever. (You can only sit next to the falls from the Canadian side.)”
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Natural Feature
“Some of the top rated Extreme back country skiing & snowboarding in the Midwest w/ over 625 acres of ski-able area. Average snowfall is about 273 inches.”
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Parc
“Fort Wilkins Historic State Park is a 700 acre state park with 159 modern campsites, a mini cabin, a camper cabin, six miles of hiking and biking trails, 1.5 miles of Lake Superior shoreline and 3 miles of Lake Fanny Hoe shoreline. The park contains the Fort Wilkins Historic Complex, which was once an active U.S. Army post built to keep the peace in Michigan’s Copper Country. Begun in 1844 and abandoned just two years later, the fort was briefly regarrisoned in the late 1860’s. Today, Fort Wilkins is a well-preserved example of mid-19th century army life on the northern frontier. www.michigan.gov/historicfortwilkins ”
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Point of Interest
“The very best cross country ski and snowshoe trails. Great for hiking in the summer as well.”
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Point of Interest
“The end of the Monk's trail, where the Monk muffins are, but also a beautiful waterfall to climb up and around.”
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Route
“Look out into gitchee gummee herself! A popular drive and sight seeing option. Takes about an hour and there is a little shop on top that sells gifts. Enjoy 360 degree views of the Peninsula!”
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Bar
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Cafe
“Yummmmy Coffee and Bakery! Gluten Free, Vegan and Organic options! [CLOSED in the evenings]”
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Campground
“Fort Wilkins State Park is a 1844 military outpost. Costumed interpreters demonstrate the history of the fort. Nice playground and picnic areas. Weekly programs.”
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Board Shop
“Great outfitter for cross country skiing in the winter and cycling in the summer.”
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