RV Parks in Copper Harbor, Michigan

RV Parks in Copper Harbor, Michigan
Situated on the northern tip of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, jutting out into Lake Superior, Copper Harbor is a remote destination for outdoor adventure. Perched on the rocky, forested shores of the lake, Copper Harbor is scenic, but it is also a ferry port for visitors to Isle Royale National Park. RV campers parking their rigs around Copper Harbor have their choice of RV campgrounds and outdoor activities including water sports, hiking, biking and skiing in winter.

Fort Wilkins Historic State Park

Located in Copper Harbor itself, Fort Wilkins Historic State Park maintains a campground on the shores of Lake Fanny Hooe, a small lake situated just south of the shores of Lake Superior. This campground has 159 campsites with electrical hook-ups, some with 50-amp service. Campers have access to running water and a restroom with flush toilets. For outdoor activities, the park has both paved and dirt biking trails, hiking trails, a boat ramp, and fishing on both Lake Fanny Hooe and Lake Superior.



Fort Wilkins Historic State Park

15223 U.S. Highway 41 East

Copper Harbor, MI 49918

906-289-4215

michigandnr.com

Lake Fanny Hooe Resort and Campground

Also situated in Copper Harbor and on the shores of the lake it is named after, is Lake Fanny Hooe Resort and Campground. This seasonal resort has 54 campsites with individual fire pits and picnic tables. Some sites come with full hook-ups including cable TV, while others have only water and electrical service. Amenities at Lake Fanny Hooe Resort include a playground, a swimming beach on the lake, a camp store, a dump station, boat dock with boat rentals, a fishing dock and a coin laundry. For on-site outdoor activities, the resort has a nature trail and fishing from both its lake shore and in a trout brook that meanders through the property.



Lake Fanny Hooe Resort and Campground

505 Second Street

Copper Harbor, MI 49918

800-426-4451

906-289-4451

fannyhooe.com

McLain State Park

The 443 acres of McLain State Park are located about 25 miles down the coast from Copper Harbor. Nestled between Lake Superior and another inland body of water, Bear Lake, the park has a 98-site campground. The campground has a restroom with flush toilets and access to running water, and all campsites have electrical hook-ups. A hiking path from the campground runs to a fishing pier at Bear Lake before looping back into the park and ending at the park's central office. On the other side of the park from the campground is another fishing pier, this one on Lake Superior, as well as a swimming beach.



McLain State Park

18350 Highway M-203

Hancock, MI 49930

906-482-0278

dnr.state.mi.us

Article Written By Edwin Thomas

Edwin Thomas has been writing since 1997. His work has appeared in various online publications, including The Black Table, Proboxing-Fans and others. A travel blogger, editor and writer, Thomas has traveled from Argentina to Vietnam in pursuit of stories. He holds a Master of Arts in international affairs from American University.

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