We traveled to Copper Harbor to help our son celebrate his 30th birthday. We had 20 family members travel to Copper Harbor for the occasion. Of the 20 people only 3 did not stay at Lake Fanny Hooe Resort & Campground. Since there is no cell phone service in Copper Harbor the 3 family members who did not stay at Fanny Hooe had to stop in from time to time to see what everyones plans were for the day etc. The second day we were there the owners came unglued and were yelling at us about those 3 not being registered as a guest, etc. The owners were SO rude and absolutely unreasonable. After spending over $2000 to stay at their resort, between 4 families staying there, they were worried about a mere $36. Pretty sure they would not have had those 3 cabins and 2 motel rooms rented had we not been there. I would NEVER stay at their resort again and recommend to anyone I know that travels to Copper Harbor to stay away as well. Unless they like to be treated like dirt.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Seasonal resort with two-bedroom cottages and lakefront motel with kitchenettes and individual balconies on historic Lake Fanny Hooe and bordering 250,000 acres of northern wilderness. Modern campground with water/electric and full hook-up sites for tents and RVs. Centrally located and walking distance to most of Copper Harbor's shops and restaurants. Great fishing spot with many nearby attractions such as Ft. Wilkins State Park, Copper Harbor Lighthouse, Brockway Mountain, Isle Royale National Park,and Lake Superior. Resort amenities include clubhouse with hot showers and clean bathrooms, indoor fireplace, game & snack room, sandy swimming beach, outdoor fire pits, picnic tables, grills, gift shop/camp store, LP gas, dump station, laundromat, playground, and boat rentals on premise. Direct access to hiking, biking and ATV trails. ... more less