National Historic Park

Keweenaw Dog Policy

Keweenaw National Historic Park is Dog Friendly

Dogs Allowed
with 6' Leash []

Copper was mined here from over 7,000 years ago until the twentieth century. Native Americans made copper tools and trade items, and later immigrants developed industry and larger communities. There are several sections to the park, including the visitor center and museums, several mines you can go underground in, as well as trails through historical mining areas.

Keweenaw National Historic Park is mostly pretty dog friendly. Dogs are allowed on most trails while on a leash, though they are not allowed in most buildings, including the main museums. At Adventure Mining Company, dogs can actually go on tours of the mines with you.


Annual Visitors

Trail Policy

Dogs are allowed on most trails in the park while on a leash.

Location & Map


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