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Future Historians

July 30, 2014
Times Vary - call Fort Wilkins for times - 906-289-4215

The Michigan Historical Center has Future Historians portray actual girls and boys that lived in Fort Wilkins. They perform daily chores, play historic games and talk to visitors about life at this remote outpost.

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Keweenaw Heritage Sites
25970 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, Michigan 49913



Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park (60,000 acres) is one of the few remaining large wilderness areas in the Midwest. Towering virgin timber, secluded lakes, and miles of wild rivers and streams make a visit to the "Porkies" a trip to remember.

The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park was established in 1945 by Michigan's Legislature and today is Michiganís largest State Park. With more than 90 miles of hiking trails, numerous camping and lodging opportunities, 35,000 acres of old growth forest and numerous historic sites; the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is a true vacation destination.
Porcupine Mountains
Wilderness State Park
33303 Headquarters Rd
Ontonagon Michigan 49953

Visit us at:

Visitor Center Hours
10 AM-6 PM Eastern Time mid-May through mid-October

Admission Fees:
A valid Michigan State Park Motor Vehicle Permit is required for all vehicles entering the park. Permits can be purchased at the Wilderness Visitor Center. 2009 prices are $6 daily permit for a Michigan resident and $8 for a daily non-resident.

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