World-class, professionally guided Lake Superior sea kayak tours in Michigan, great for all levels of experience.
We are your headquarters for Upper Peninsula Michigan outdoor adventures and year-round lodging in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula and Isle Royale National Park! We provide services relative to Lake Superior sea kayaking and Michigan mountain biking on IMBA’s Copper Harbor silver level “Ride Center”, including our state-of-the-art mountain bike rentals.
Established in 1994, Keweenaw Adventure Company (KAC) offers a variety of guided day trips, as well as multi-day Lake Superior kayak tours on Isle Royale National Park. We staff bike mechanics for repair & service needs and have a small retail shop where we supply essential bike parts and kayak accessories. Canoe, sit-on-top kayak and SUP rentals are also available, along with eco-interpretive hikes and a shuttle service. More than just a bike shop, we have also built our reputation as advocates, trail builders, community organizers and folks who like to have a good time.
We’re environmentally conscious, community players, “ultimately contributing to the region’s well-being through education, stewardship, conservation and sustainable tourism” (see Sustainable Tourism to learn more!).
Centrally located in “downtown” Copper Harbor, we are directly across the street from the mountain bike trail-head and have our kayak livery nestled within the protected harbor.
As Keweenaw County’s first guide and outfitter, established in 1994, we annually purchase state-of-the-art top brand name rental equipment and have an excellent safety record. Additionally our staff are professionals with credentials and certifications!
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