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Superior Dome
Arenas & Stadiums, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Thomas Rock Scenic Overlook
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Iron Mountain Iron Mine
Mines, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Bishop Baraga Shrine
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Keweenaw National Historical Park
Historic Sites, National Parks
Quincy Mine
Historic Sites, Mines
Tower of History
Historic Sites, Observation Decks & Towers
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#1 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
The old copper mine is worth a visit and all staff on site is absolutely amazing, friendly and very knowledgeable.
If you're heading to Ontonagon county you're likely looking for some beautiful views of Lake Superior, some tranquility, and a small town feel.
#2 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
They have real restrooms, a nice gift shop, you can walk to the top for FREE, which is a beautiful view of the Lake, and has volunteers who camp on premises to answer all your questions (they were there when we vi...
Take your time when you get there, walk the beach,look for agates, climb the lighthouse, to the top for a great view of Lake Superior .
Brockway Mountain Drive Copper Harbor
#3 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
The lookout point is absolutely amazing (on our day)--with panoramic views of colorful forests, serene inland lakes and an unmatched view of Lake Superior.
You cannot go wrong taking this drive up for the most fabulous views....there is a wonderful lookout which gives you absolutely amazing views of Lake Superior, Fanny Hoe Lake and the areas around it.....Don't leav...
#4 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
On this camping trip, I saw the most beautiful sunsets (we made sure to watch them every night they were so good), the most serene night skies full of stars, and of course the amazing historic sites.
You can explore the historic town of Fayette and explore the trails with scenic views of Lake Michigan.
Soo Locks Sault Ste. Marie
#5 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
great weather, great view of freighters in Soo Locks found out of the way sub shop called west Pier fantastic subs, found great family restaurant called Franks Place, great breakfast, great service would go back t...
Everyone should see Michigan's Amazing Sites This is a place for the young and Old It's amazing how this still works in today's work place Pure Michigan Pure Magic
Point Iroquois Light Station Sault Ste. Marie
#6 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
Beautiful, well-kept historic lighthouse that you can climb (72 steps), a small gift shop, a 'life-in-the-1950s lighthouse' display, and trails on catwalks that take you right down to the shore, AND the VIEW.
Witness the spectacular views of the light house and the kitschy stone ornamentation of the grounds, or just walk along the beach and marvel at the huge variety of beach stones.
#7 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
I’m glad this site has been preserved.
The view of the Big Stope is worth the price alone.
Quincy Mine Hancock
#8 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
You can also spend as much time as you like walking the grounds and visiting the many buildings on site and reading all the plaques and posters that describe the history.
And it allows you to gawk out the window at the amazing views across the valley of Houghton, the river, and the big bridge across it.
St Anne's Catholic Church Mackinac Island
#9 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
Thanks for sharing the history of this special landmark!
Wonderful historic site.
Log Slide Overlook Grand Marais
#10 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Upper Peninsula
I've visited here numerous times over the years and believe this is one of the BEST views in all of the U.P.! There is a short hike up to a platform to enjoy a fantastic view of the dunes to the east.
Beautiful view of the Sable Dunes and Lake Superior from the unofficial hiking trail to the right as you round the top of the dune.