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    Keweenaw

    National Historical Park Michigan

Directions

Regional map of Michigan's Upper Peninsula with location of Keweenaw National Historical Park.
Map of Lake Superior region.
 

From Lower Michigan

From the Mackinaw Bridge/I-75 take U.S. Highway 2 to M-77 North to M-28 West. Take M-28/U.S. Highway 41 west from Marquette. Follow U.S. Highway 41 to Houghton and then north across the lift bridge into Hancock. The Quincy Unit of the park is located just north of Hancock, Michigan. The Calumet Unit is located approximately 12 miles north along U.S. Highway 41 in Calumet, Michigan.

 

From Green Bay, Wisconsin and points south including Chicago

Take U.S. Highway 141 North through Iron Mountain and Crystal Falls to Michigan Highway 28 East to U.S. Highway 41 North into Houghton and across the lift bridge. The Quincy Unit of the park is located just north of Hancock, Michigan, along U.S. Highway 41. The Calumet Unit is located in and around the Village of Calumet, Michigan, approximately 12 miles north of the Quincy Unit on U.S. Highway 41.

 

From Ironwood, Michigan/Hurley, Wisconsin

Take U.S. Highway 2 East to Michigan Highway 28 East to Michigan Highway 26 North into Houghton, Michigan and across the lift bridge into Hancock. The Quincy Unit of the park is located just north of Hancock, Michigan. The Calumet Unit is located approximately 12 miles north along U.S. Highway 41 in Calumet, Michigan.

Did You Know?

Portrait of Alexander Agassiz

Alexander Agassiz, President of Calumet & Hecla Mining Company from 1871 to 1910, was the son of famed naturalist and Harvard professor, Louis Agassiz. Alexander's interest in copper mining was to fund his scientific travels. He became a specialist in marine ichthyology - the study of fish. More...