You can ride out to the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula to visit, camp, or check out the old rocket range. I have done it on a DL1000 before, but I don't recommend it as it can get rocky. Here are some pix and info from some other trips I made out there in the past. Camping at High Rock Bay. (Pix from one of the CannonTreks) Meefzah (in the picture) will tell you it is a great place to greet the sunrise. Nearby is the site of a rocket range where experiments were conducted. A scenic spot. Some pix from the rocket days. Some of the experiments involved firing a rocket from a buoy. Some of you divers may know about the wonderful underwater preserves Michigan has. These is a pretty extensive preserve around much of the Keweenaw. Lots of wrecks to dive. In 1913 the Waldo was navigating the lake when it got caught in a storm. A huge wave ripped the pilot house off the 451 foot ship nearly taking the Captain overboard as well. Another wave took out the crews quarters and 22 men and two women managed to escape to another part of the ship. The Captain, who was trying to navigate with a lifeboat compass and an oil lamp, tried to thread the needle by passing between the tip and Manitou Island. He smacked into Gull Rock and the ship split in half. They stayed alive for three days out there burning anything from the wreckage they could. Finally two lifesaving crews found them and rescued them. Not so long ago, a Coast Guard vessel was picking up a buoy in the middle of the night. A young officer was leading the operation. Apparently she didn't have enough reference points on the shore to detect that her ship was drifting. The ship soon hit the rocks, busted open, and sank. All were rescued but the ship was lost. It was drug out to deeper water and is now a dive destination. The approximate site of this mishap is the red X on the first map in this post.