Grant Township is located
at the tip of Michigan’s
beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula.
(Pronounced KEY-win-awe)
It is Michigan’s Northernmost Township

Grant Township, Keweenaw County, Michigan, USA

Includes Copper Harbor, Lac La Belle, Betsy, Bete Grise, Delaware, part of Lake Medora and Manitou Island.
2000 Census
172 – Most of the population resides in Copper Harbor and Lac La Belle with a scattering of residents throughout.
Square Miles 119
Miles of shoreline 48
Highest point Mount Houghton at 1466 feet
Second highest point Mount Bohemia at 1465 feet
Average yearly snow 270 Inches
Climate Mild with little humidity. Summers boast days in the 70s and nights in the 50s. Winters hang between 15 & 23 d F.
Geography The north side of the peninsula is a dramatic, jagged, rocky shore. The south side has sandy beaches and sandstone outcroppings.
Waterfalls Manganese Falls-Copper Harbor, Haven Falls-Lac La Belle, and Montreal Falls.
Scenic By-Ways US-41 into Copper Harbor is a registered Michigan Scenic Heritage Route and a National Scenic By-Way.
Major highways US-41 (Copper Harbor to Miami, FL) & M-26
School Copper Harbor School. A one room K through 8 schoolhouse.
Airport Houghton County Memorial – Hancock