Copper Harbor Resort with 240 Ft of Lake Superior Frontage. This 3-Generation, Family Owned business is located adjacent to the Isle Royale Ferry Service dock in historic Copper Harbor. There are three buildings spread over two blocks of land along the Harbor. In addition to the 240 feet of beach where one 13 unit motel sits, another 240 feet of unobstructed view is featured for two more motel buildings providing 20 units. This entire block of land includes a large green space courtyard between the motel buildings and has access to a waterside boardwalk where visitors can sit and watch the boats, birds, and wild life. This Family Owned Business, now in operation by the Third Generation, is one of the most sought after motels in Copper Harbor - a very popular place for Tourists from all over the world to visit. There are still two types of accommodations for guests - Waterfront Rooms and beachfront Annex rooms. All 33 rooms have Lake Superior views. Most rooms come with comfortable queen beds, and a few have plenty of space for a king beds. Guests enjoy two docks jutting into the Harbor. Guests have arrived by speed boat and sailboat, kayaks, and even sea planes. There is a private sand beach for swimming and launching small skiffs with outboard motors, kayaks and canoes. The King Copper Motel is a great starting out point for exploring the scenic Copper Country. To the east of the Village is Fort Wilkins Historic State Park which features a restored 1844 military outpost and one of the first lighthouses on Lake Superior. Visitors can enjoy watching costumed interpreters demonstrate the history of this Keweenaw Peninsula fort. Copper Harbor's Imba “Silver Level Ride Center” ATV Biking and Hiking Trails feature a variety of gateway, cross-country, flow and gravity trails suitable for riders of all abilities. The 30 miles of trails are easily accessible from anywhere in town. The Resort is only 15 miles from Mt. Bohemia, which has the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest. The average snowfall in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula is 273 inches, which provides awesome backcountry skiing. This area has unparalleled natural beauty - rugged rocky bluffs, sandy shores, scenic roadways through vast forested stretches, and a wonderful climate for year-round recreation. Summer biking, hiking, swimming, boating, fishing, ATVing and cyclocross racing are popular. Brilliant Fall Colors attract thousands of tourists annually. Massive amounts of winter snow make this area a mecca for snowmobiling, Down-Hill and Cross-Country skiing, Snowshoeing, and Ice-Fishing. Contact us today for more information about this wonderful business opportunity.