East Bluff Bike Park and Campground is a newly developed primitive
campground just 1.5 miles past the end of US Highway 41 in Copper Harbor. Our
campground is thoughtfully designed to give you an authentic Keweenaw
experience. Twenty tent sites will be available beginning in July of 2023 and
an additional 5 camper cabins will be available in the spring of 2024. Each
campsite is equipped with a picnic table and fire ring. Permanent privy
and potable water are available for all guests. Adjacent to the campground are
a plethora of exhilarating MTB trails descending from the magnificent view that
is our namesake, East Bluff. These trails were designed and constructed by Rock
Solid Trail Contracting, the largest trail building company in the world. Earn
your turns by pedaling to the top, or purchase a pass for our East Bluff
Shuttle Service. We can get you and your bike to higher elevations in short
order, so you can take in the view and make the most of your day on the East
Bluff Trails. For those looking to explore even further into the Keweenaw, we
have direct trail connectivity from the campground to an ever-expanding network
of trails including the Keweenaw Point Trail, The Highlands Trail, and more.


Our rustic camper cabins are the perfect base camp for all of your
Keweenaw adventures.  These minimalist cabins are nestled into the wooded East Bluff valley, and offer a peaceful escape just steps from our world-class trails. These are expected to be available for rental in the spring of 2024.


Looking for a place to pitch your tent or park your van? Look no further than East Bluff Campground. Our sites are tucked away in the East Bluff valley offering you privacy just steps away from all the action.
Eventually, this site will be occupied by one of our signature East Bluff Camper Cabins. In the meantime, it is available as a camp site!


Offering the only open-air shuttle experience in the Keweenaw, our
customized rigs will get you to the top of East Bluff effortlessly so
you can get after some of the best gravity trails in the Midwest. We
limit shuttle passes to max vehicle capacity so you won’t waste your
time standing in line. Reserve your spot right away!