Keweenaw Underwater Preserve
Lying adjacent to Michigan's "Copper Country", the Keweenaw Underwater Preserve stretches along the Keweenaw Peninsula's shore on Lake Superior. Due to its location on the Lake's south shore, it has often been a "catcher's mitt" for lost ships.
Many of the wrecks are in fairly shallow water where they have been broken up by ice and storm action. What is left is an inviting resource for beginner to intermediate divers who can explore boilers, machinery and broken hulls.
The dive sites are not generally buoyed. Visiting divers should be prepared to locate them.
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