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Located in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula, our Copper Harbor Chalet is nestled into the forest just minutes from Lake Superior, Brockway Mountain, and Copper Harbor’s extensive trail system. After a beautiful Copper Country drive north, you’ll be welcomed to our newly built vacation home with all the amenities for a memorable Keweenaw stay in any season.

Our newly built 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom vacation home offers plenty of privacy while being less than one mile from downtown Copper Harbor. The gravel path adjacent to the driveway will take you to Hunter's Point or over to the Marina (and into Copper Harbor). For winter guests, we are approximately 16 miles from Mt. Bohemia.


The main level offers an open concept kitchen and living room under a vaulted ceiling, the master bedroom, full bathroom and a 3-season room that opens to a covered back deck. The upper loft includes a second bed, full bathroom, closet, and lounging area (with a couch) overlooking the kitchen/living room.

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Shoulder season rates: $250 weekdays, $275 weekends (November through mid-December, April through  mid-May)

Peak season rates: $275 weekdays, $300 weekends (mid-December through March, mid-May through October)

Cleaning fee: $100

Deposit: 10% of total stay required to reserve dates

Contact Caleb to book your stay:

906-369-3394 (text is preferred)

calebrhythm @


To help you relax and enjoy your Keweenaw getaway, our home offers the following amenities:

  • High-speed internet (Starlink)

  • In-floor heating

  • Wood stove

  • Full kitchen including dishwasher, coffee maker (including coffee and a variety of teas), pots, pans, and dishware

  • Master bedroom (queen bed) and second bedroom in upper loft (full bed)

  • Two full bathrooms featuring a rain shower (lower bathroom) and Jacuzzi tub (upper bathroom)

  • 3-season room with futon

  • Covered deck with patio furniture and gas grill

  • Board games, playing cards, cassette player and old school cassette tapes

  • Outdoor bike rack

  • EV charger



We invite guests to celebrate the beauty of the Keweenaw by conserving resources during your stay by taking simple steps to reduce energy and water use as well as minimize waste. We provide dishes, utensils, and cloth towels to avoid the need for guests to use disposable products during their stay.

  • Michigan-made, all natural, handcrafted bar soaps (Stone House Soaps out of Detroit)

  • Cloth "paper" towels

  • Plastic-free, recycled content toilet paper

  • Chemical-free, fragrance-free cleaning products

  • Fragrance-free, chlorine bleach-free, phosphate-free dishwasher detergent

  • Green cleaning by Wholesome Habitats, a female-owned Copper Harbor business (cleaners are paid a living wage)

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Biking and Hiking: Copper Harbor has become one of the best biking destinations in the Midwest and attracts riders from all over the world. It is now the biggest recreational draw to the Keweenaw. For biking and hiking maps, visit

Hunter’s Point: The path adjacent to the driveway leads to Hunter’s Point park. It is around a 5-10 minute walk or a 2 minute bike ride.


Brockway Mountain: Offers amazing views of the tip of the Keweenaw and the town of Copper Harbor. You can make it a loop by driving up and over and returning on M-26.


Estivant Pines: A 570 acre sanctuary that is home to one of the last old growth White Pine stands in Michigan. There are around 2.5 miles of hiking trails. Follow the signs past the the Copper Harbor visitor’s center in town.


Mount Baldy: Located in Eagle Harbor next to the fire station. It is a 3 mile hike (uphill) to amazing views of the Keweenaw and Lake Superior.


Fort Wilkins: Tours are available of the fort built in 1844 to keep law and order during the copper mining rush.


Keweenaw Mountain Lodge: Built in 1934 as a WPA project during the Depression. The lodge has a restaurant, a 9 hole golf course, disc golf, hiking and biking trails and more.


Restaurants: Our favorites are Fitzgeralds in Eagle River, The Harbor Haus in Copper Harbor, and Eagle Harbor Inn in Eagle Harbor. You can get fresh baked goods at Jamsen’s Bakery next to the Isle Royale Ferry (they are popular so get there early!).

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