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Keweenaw Location Maps

The towns and locations scattered about the Keweenaw peninsula were all breed from industry, rising up near mines, stamp mills, and smelters. These communities not only became home to thousands of mine workers and their families, but also some thriving commercial districts featuring some of the region's most opulent and grandiose architecture. In order to help to find all these historical and natural treasures Keweenaw towns have to offer, we've put together various detailed maps identifying all the communities unique features.


Calumet

Home to the great C&H Mine, this small town of under a thousand residents was once the Keweenaw's premiere metropolitan center that boasted a population of well over 30,000 at its peak. View Map…

Central Location

This sprawling ghost town was once home to the widely successful Central Mine, along with over a hundred homes and nearly a thousand residents. View Map…

Eagle Harbor

This natural harbor was once one of the Keweenaw's busiest ports, serving as the commercial center for the collection of mines that had sprung up nearby. View Map…

Eagle River

This small lakeside village at the mouth of the Eagle River was established by the Keweenaw's premiere mining company, and would go on to serve as a makeshift port for the region's first successful mine - the Cliff. View Map…

Hancock

This large city along the Portage Canal was first platted by the Quincy Mining Company but would later mature into an industrial powerhouse as it spawned a varied collection of smelters, mills, and foundries. View Map…

Houghton

The Keweenaw's largest city also shares the distinction of being the region's center of commerce, due to its advantageous position along the Keweenaw Waterway and at the terminus of several major railroads. View Map…

Lake Linden

This sprawling village alongside Torch Lake started its life as a French-Canadian lumber town, but is more famously known as the home to C&H's massive mill and reclamation complex.View Map…

Laurium

Scattered about this small bedroom community outside Calumet are an impressive collection of ornate Victorian homes and mansions, remnants from the village's time as home to the Keweenaw's most rich and elite residents. View Map…

Painesdale

This small community at the southern end of the Keweenaw was established by the Copper Range company to house workers for the neighboring Champion Mine. View Map…

Quincy Location

These impressive collection of mine ruins along US41 were once part of the sprawling Quincy Mine, one of the region's most successful and long lived enterprises. View Map…

South Range

This small town once served as the southern range's commercial center, thanks primarily to its unique position as the only town not directly controlled by the Copper Range company. View Map…