*Accommodations A list of what we offer in the motel.
An Inn wouldn’t be an Inn, without rooms to rent. We have seven single rooms that we rent. All rooms come standard with in-room coffee, cable TV, stand up showers, and daily housekeeping. There are rooms with Single Queen Beds and rooms with Two Double Beds. Call for availability. There is also a one bedroom furnished apartment for rent by the month. Included in the apartment is a kitchen, living room, bathroom, and cable TV. No housekeeping is included, call for availability. Both the single rooms and the apartment have access to a large Sauna for private use. For those chilly spring days and crisp fall nights. **Hotel Rates: Winter/Summer--$67.00/Night + Tax for all rooms.
*Menu/Wine  A small taste of what we prepare fresh in our kitchen.
The Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner; serving homemade pizzas, soups, desserts; an assortment of sandwiches from great burgers, to a portabella mushroom, to BBQ chicken; and several salads for those with a lighter appetite. The dinner menu includes sandwiches, pizzas, and salads as well as a selection of our famous BBQ baby back ribs, thick steaks, and “fresh from the lake” trout and whitefish. With a full service bar, drinks for your meal can be as simple as a Coke, or Lemonade, to a Margarita or nice Single Malt Scotch. We offer a choice of over 35 different beers, from German imports to Michigan classics, and non-alcoholic beers too. The Wine menu is accommodating as well, with a great assortment of red and white wines from around the world, by the glass or bottle.
*HistoryA brief history of the area.
Eagle Harbor was named so because the shape of the harbor resembles an eagle, with outstretched wings. Discovered in the early 1800s the copper mining boom brought people here around 1840. In 1851 a lighthouse was built, to accommodate inbound water traffic. The present structure that is our lighthouse was built in 1871 with lightkeepers manning the light until 1980 when it was automated. Presently the Keweenaw County Historical Society owns and operates the lighthouse with daily tours in the summer time. The light has become a tourist destination and one of the most photographed lighthouses in the country. In the early 1900s, with the decline of the copper prices, so did the population in the Keweenaw, and now Eagle Harbor is more of a resort town, with roughly 55 full time residents. For a more complete history of the area visit the Keweenaw County Historical Societies website at www.keweenawhistory.org.
*Area maps To help you navigate the great Keweenaw Peninsula.
Check out the Keweenaw Convention and Visitors Bureau website at www.Keweenaw.info
View our  Eagle Harbor Cross Country Ski Trail map.
Here are some maps for hiking, biking and skiing around Copper Harbor.
Visit the Keweenaw National Historical Park.
An excellent map of Keweenaw Trails.
If you like the outdoors in the winter here are some Snowmobile Maps of the Keweenaw.
*Area links Links to other sites that make our area unique.
Eagle Harbor Web - George Hites’ informative and complete coverage on what happens in Eagle Harbor. Eagleharborweb.net
Pasty.com - Our home page that helps us navigate the web. Pasty.com or Pasty.net
Keweenaw Adventure Company - Mountain biking to Kayaking, the County’s source for wilderness activities. Keweenawadventurecompany.com
A great photo art collection of the Keweenaw! Whalerock.com
Keweenaw Convention and Visitors Bureau - Anything and everything you need to know about what’s going on in the Keweenaw. Keweenaw.info
Michigan Technological University - The School that teaches the worlds best Engineers. Michigantech.edu
Finlandia University - Finlandia.edu
Calumet Theater - One of the countries true entertainment treasures, from bluegrass band to string quartets, to school plays, the Calumet Theater is definitely an original. Calumettheater.com
Hancock's official website. - Cityofhancock.com
Fish Camp Charters out of lovely Lac La Belle. - Fish Camp Charters