Copper Harbor Marina (Large modern marina with abundant parking. Restrooms available and fresh water. Be aware of boating traffic.)
Eagle Harbor Public Beach (A public park and beach on Eagle Harbor. White sand, playgrounds, and outhouses available. )
Cat Harbor (A small bay somewhat sheltered from storms. A narrow beach lies immediately adjacent to the road. No amenities available.)
Joseph & Mary Lizzadro Lakeshore Preserve (Dan't Point) (This preserve is owned by the Houghton Keweenaw Conservation District. Much of the shoreline is cobble, although in rough weather access may be difficult due to hidden rock shoals beneath the waves. No amenities.
Great Sand Bay (An enormous white sand beach on Lake Superior. When the water is low the beach is quite wide, but in high-water years the beach is much narrower. Some areas are cobble. Restrooms available in the parking areas.)
Eagle Harbor Inn (Diverse dinner menu at the restaurant with rooms available for overnight travelers. (906)289-4435)
Ramada Inn (Hotel in Hancock. Also has a restaurant inside. 906-482-8400)
Copper Island Beach Club (Restaurant and bar on the waterfront in Hancock, MI. (906) 482-2422)
The Loading Dock (Restaurant with an assortment of lunch items. (906) 483-2293)
Hancock Beach (Public park and beach. Restrooms available.
Hancock Beach Campground (Small city-operated campground with sites available. 906.482.7413)
Ray Kestner Waterfront Park (Also known as Chutes and Ladders. A public park and beach. Restrooms available.)
West Hancock Waterfront Access (Small public put-in spot along M-203. No facilities available.)
Marsin Nature Retreat (Public shoreline access and retreat space open for groups to reserve. Available for overnight use (must call ahead). Public restrooms generally not available. (906) 482-0820)
Lily Pond Harbor of Refuge (Public launch facility at Lily Pond, maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers. Restrooms are available. No other facilities.)
Stanton Township Boat Launch (A small boat launch at Lily Pond. Restrooms are available. No other amenities.)
North Canal Day Park (Breakers) (Public park and "beach" on Lake Superior. The beach is stamp sand and unsuitable for general recreation. Owned by Stanton Township. Restrooms available up the hill from the beach. Overnight use is not generally permitted.)
McLain State Park (Michigan State Park with considerable shoreline on Lake Superior. Campsites available by reservation. Public restrooms, water, and other amenities are available. 906-482-0278)
Calumet Waterworks Park (Bucky's) (A shoreline park and beach. Restrooms and other amenities available to paddlers.)
Black Creek Nature Sanctuary (Michigan Nature Association-owned nature sanctuary on Lake Superior. Substantial shoreline. A trail leads through the forest to the road. No amenities available.)
Gratiot River County Park (A county park and beach owned by Keweenaw County. No restrooms or amenities available. Open for rustic camping.
Seven Mile Point (Rest stop along Lake Superior. Owned by the Northwoods Conservancy. The Conservancy charges $7/person to visit the preserve. No amenities available.
Sand Hills Lighthouse Inn (A bed & breakfast in a historic lighthouse. Tours are available daily. (906) 337-1744)
W. C. Veale Park (A small roadside park with shoreline. Restrooms are available.)
The Fitz (Delicious food and one of the best-stocked bars in the Keweenaw. Often busy at dinnertime, reservations are helpful but not required. 906.337.0666)
Fitzgerald's Inn (A hotel attached to the highly-acclaimed Fitzgerald restaurant and bar. 906.337.0666)
Eagle River Beach (A public beach in front of Fitzgerald's Restaurant and Hotel. White sands and road access. Restrooms available.)
Jampot (Not a restaurant per sť, but they do have a healthy selection of filling bakery and jams for passing paddlers.
Eagle Harbor Marina (Public launch site. Restrooms available. A small Coast Guard life saving museum also shares this location and is open in summer for self-guided tours.)
Esrey Park (A small roadside park with restrooms and other limited amenities. No overnight camping.)
Keweenaw Shore Nature Sanctuary (Owned by the Michigan Nature Association, this public nature sanctuary has unique geological features and plant communities. The shoreline is rugged however and not safe for paddle craft in harsh weather.)
Hebard Park (A small roadside park with a few amenities. The shoreline is mainly rock shelf which makes access from the water difficult.)
Devil's Washtub (A chute in a rocky outcrop that focuses the energy of incoming waves. Don't get stuck in here on your kayak!)
Dapple Gray B&B (A newer B&B on the shores of Lake Superior. Attractive log cabin styling. (906) 289-4200)
Hunter's Point Park (A narrow public park on a peninsula sheltering Copper Harbor. Many opportunities to pull out on the cobble beaches. Restrooms and parking available. A foot trail traverses the property.)