Our first stop in the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan was at Copper Harbor. Named after the rush to mine the large deposits of copper in the area. The copper is long gone, but the history and scenic views remain. Come along as we explore Copper Harbor and near by Porcupine Mountains…
Pics from the road in the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan
Historic Fort Wilkins at Copper Harbor
We liked the state park a lot and when we return here next year we plan to stay here at Fort Wilkins Historic State Park. We would have stayed here this time, but the website indicated they were full. We rode our bikes over to this park from Fanny Hooe to explore it instead.
Pics from the Road in the UP
We invite you to join us as we continue our summer adventure 2022, exploring the UP of Michigan. Next time we head for one of the many highlights of this trip in Marquette…
(The picture above is of the Pecos River in southwest Texas.) My name is Terry C Barber, I am a disabled veteran, retired military and retired pastor. MaryAnn’s a retired special education teacher. Our Next Chapter, the open road – we call it “the Barber Road.” You're invited to join us as we explore North America in our Leisure Travel Van with two Shitzu pups.
2 thoughts on “Summer RoadTrip 2022: Part Seven – Copper Harbor and the Porcupine Mountains”
Two of my favorite places ! The Big Spring. And Lake of the Clouds!!
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Those two locations were highlights of our trip too, thanks for the positive feedback.