Summer: Keweenaw summers are usually mild, with average highs in the 70s, but can reach into the 80s and 90s. Nighttime temperatures are typically cool, but can also dip into the 40s or stay in the 70s. Summer months are dry, with occasional rain or severe thunderstorms. Winter: Again influenced by Lake Superior, winter temperatures are mild with highs in the 20s. Cold spells can occur with subzero temperatures. Lake effect snow is common, and 300 inches of snow can fall in a season.
No Entrance Fees - $0.00
Keweenaw National Historical Park has no entrance fees. Exploring the Calumet Visitor Center is also free. Some of our Heritage Sites may charge a fee or request a donation. Contact a specific site for more information: http://www.nps.gov/kewe/learn/management/keweenaw-heritage-sites.htm
The Calumet Visitor Center is located at 98 5th Street in downtown Calumet. Visitors can explore 3 floors of interactive exhibits, films and museum pieces focusing not only on mining history, but the social aspect as well. The Visitor Center is fully accessible and free of charge. Please note that the Visitor Center will be open as staffing allows. You may call (906) 337-3168 for the most current information.