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Welcome to the historic Keweenaw Mountain Lodge. A WPA-era wilderness resort at the top of the Keweenaw, with a history that dates back to 1934, and is on the state and national historic registers.

Come stay with us in our log cabins, enjoy the outdoor activities on the property and in the area, and eat a rustic worldly meal. Or plan an event at the Lodge, be it a staff retreat, a conference, or a wedding. We focus on providing a wilderness experience that gets you closer to nature — and don’t be surprised if you learn something during your experience, as we interweave educational opportunities when living the Lodge team values.

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Lodging (HP)

For accommodations, the resort has 24 cabins, with 27 units (three of the cabins have 2 units in them). We have 3-bedroom and 2-bedroom cabins, with several 1-bedroom cabins, situated in the wilderness. The cabins are lined along the first hole of the golf course and the forest.

[ Learn more about the lodging, see a cabin map, make a reservation ]

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Outdoor Activities (HP)

The resort sits in the wilderness in a beautiful part of the country. Our location at the top of the Keweenaw allows for individuals to enjoy many outdoor activities for all four seasons of the year. These outdoor activities include mountain biking, golfing, hiking, trail running, and disc golf in the warmer months, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing during the snowy months. As well, provide a hub for fall color exploring and bird watching at the top of the Keweenaw. And year-round, we provide opportunities for stargazing being that we are the headquarters for the Keweenaw Dark Sky Park.

[ Learn more about the outdoor activities at the Lodge ]

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Inside the Lodge (HP)

A quiet early morning in the wilderness of the Keweenaw.

It is that season to pull up the blankets — the blankets of snow — and enjoy the next season outdoors: winter ❄️ ❄️ ❄️

#snow #keweenawmountainlodge #copperharbormi #winter #savequiet #funjoyousadventuresome
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Join us on Thursday evening in our banquet room to hear about our International Dark Sky Park designation and the light management guidelines that are followed at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge.

See details of the event via the link in our bio.

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The golf course is now closed for the 2022 season.

Saturday, October 15th, was the last day of the 2022 golf season. We had a wonderful golf season, with outdoor enthusiasts enjoying the fun.joyous.adventuresome atmosphere of a resort course in the wilderness. The Outdoor Activity Center (OAC) and golf course maintenance crews did an excellent job providing a unique experience for people playing the historic wilderness course, especially since we had a dry summer.

Read more about the 2022 golf season by clicking the link in our bio.

Now we put the golf course to sleep for the winter and turn our focus to winter activities at the Lodge: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and more.
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Stargazing: Night Sky Photography Workshop, Monday, Sept 26th, 7:30pm at the Lodge

Night sky photography and stargazing are wonderful pastimes for visitors and residents alike in the Keweenaw. At the Lodge we work to provide opportunities for individuals to enjoy the stars and take photos that allow them to remember their experiences.

If this topic interests you, join us during for some experiential learning at the Keweenaw Dark Park.

Learn more by clicking the link in our bio.

#keweenaw #copperharbor #nightskyphotos #education #outdooractivities #uptravel #keweenawdarksky #funjouyousadventuresome
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“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” ~ Albert Einstein

A mother crane and it’s chick make their way across Hole 9 on the golf course. A young crane leaves the nest within a day after hatching. Both parents feed young at first, but young gradually learn to feed themselves. Age of first flight is about 65-75 days. Young remain with parents for 9-10 months, accompanying them in migration.

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The Keweenaw Mountain Lodge would like to welcome the Singletrack Flyers for their annual end-of-season picnic. Congratulations to all the kids and their parents on a successful summer learning mountain bike fundamentals!

#mtbkids #pmbia #mountainbikecamp #kidscamp #singletrackflyers #houghton #hancock #mtbtrail #mtbcoaching #mtbkidscamp #keweenaw #keweenawpeninsula #copperharbor #copperharbortrails #trek #trekbikes #trekbicycles
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Water 💦 A resource that we value and monitor our usage of.

When we water the golf course, we continue to be aware of our usage and are constantly working to be more efficient with how we use this precious resource. It is part of our movement to become an Audubon Society sanctuary golf course.

Mother Nature has been testing use this summer on the golf course. We have had only 2.6 inches of rain since opening the course on June 1st for the 2022 golf season. With this little amount of rain, the golf course maintenance crew has stepped up at the Lodge to do a wonderful job to keep the course in good shape while still managing our water usage.

Regarding our watering source when it doesn’t rain, we get water from two sources: an 88 foot well on property and Lake Superior (piped 1.5 miles up the hill to the Lodge from the big lake).

#keweenaw #copperharbor #golf #keweenawmountainlodge #water #golfcoursemaintenance #golfcoursesuperintendent #michigangolf #michigangolfcourse #historicgolfcourse #copperharbor #copperharbormichigan #keweenaw #keweenawpeninsula
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We held a workshop on Thursday, November 3rd, 2022 that covered the dark sky park designation process and light management, Read more
At the Lodge, we are now transitioning to the 2022-2023 winter season. The leaves have all fallen from the trees Read more
This past spring we held the a 2022 Keweenaw Photo Contest, with the photos selected to be hung in the Read more
Saturday, October 15th was the last day of the 2022 golf season. We had a wonderful golf season, with outdoor Read more

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Last modified on October 30th, 2022 at 7:04 am