Keweenaw Adventure Company

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Keweenaw Adventure Company

155 Gratiot St
Copper Harbor, MI 49918
United States
Regions: Upper Peninsula
Phone: (906) 289-4303
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Keweenaw Adventure Company is your headquarters for outdoor adventures in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula. It is our proud mission to share this special region of the Upper Peninsula with fellow outdoor adventurers and conservationists alike. Visit us on your next trip to Copper Harbor or the Isle Royale National Park where our services include hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, shuttle transportation & lodging. Visit this Link for more info.

With over twenty years' experience and an excellent safety record, we provide state-of-the-art rental equipment, essential goods and exceptional customer service.

Established in 1994 and under its current ownership since 1999, KAC specializes in Lake Superior sea kayak adventures and mountain biking on Copper Harbor’s internationally recognized trail system. We offer a variety of guided day trips for both activities as well as multi-day kayak tours on Isle Royale National Park. KAC has a small retail shop where we host a supply of essential bike parts and kayak accessories, bicycle, canoe & SUP rentals, bicycle service (mechanics), interpretive guided eco-hikes and a shuttle service. More than just a shop, we have also built our reputation as advocates, trail builders, community organizers and folks who like to have a good time.

Keweenaw Adventure Company's mission is to be the hub for human-powered recreation in Keweenaw County by providing essential goods and services that connect people with awe and respect to the Keweenaw Peninsula - ultimately contributing to the region's well-being through education, stewardship, conservation and sustainable tourism.
Amenities & Services
Bike Trails
Near/On Snowmobile Trail
Restaurant Nearby
Airport Shuttle
Gift Shop
Free Internet Access

Half Day Agate Harbor Sea Kayak Tour

On this tour, navigate an area of the Keweenaw Peninsula that most closely resembles the shoreline of its sister rock, Isle Royale. We launch from a rocky beach and explore a chain of barrier islands, the “arch rock”, finger bays and view the spiny ridgelines that parallel the peninsula. On calm water days, paddlers can view the remnants of the City of St. Joseph in about 20′-30’ of water. The 254′ barge was lost on the shallow reef during a northwest gale in September of 1942.

Monday Varies Seasonally (9/10am - 5/8pm)
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