Plan Your Visit

Welcome to Keweenaw National Historical Park, one of over 400 units of our National Park System. The park is one of the nation's special places, established to tell the story of copper on the Keweenaw Peninsula and preserve the attendant historic structures, landscapes, and other resources. The people of the National Park Service do this together with many park partners, including the Keweenaw NHP Advisory Commission and the Keweenaw Heritage Sites, which include 21 organizations operating 28 sites spread over 800,000 acres of the peninsula.

Basic information about the Park

Basic Information

Find out where and when to visit the park and heritage sites across the Keweenaw.

Directions and transportation for your visit

Directions and Transportation

Looking for a map and directions?

Two people explore an the outside of an old log structure.

Things to Do

There are countless activities to do at Keweenaw National Historical Park.

Information on eating and sleeping during your visit

Eating & Sleeping

Looking for a place to stay?

Eagle Harbor Lighthouse structure on the edge of a small peninsula, adjacent to water.

Trip Itineraries

Get the most out of your trip to Keweenaw National Historical Park.

Calendar of Events for the Park


What's happening in the Park?

Safety Information for your stay


Please have a safe visit!

Accessibility Information


Learn which park facilities and heritage sites are accessible.

Last updated: September 7, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

25970 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, MI 49913


(906) 337-3168

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