Fort Wilkins State Park

US 41, Copper Harbor, Michigan, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on US 41, Copper Harbor, is near Fort Wilkins State Park.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFort Wilkins State Park Copper Harbor

Reviewed by louandpam

Great park.

Reviewed Oct 9, 2013
by (3 reviews) Milford , United States Flag of United States

Highly recommend this state park for either tens or RV/campers. Beautiful location with easy access to town, helpful staff and great star viewing. The Fort is also worth a visit.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Fort Wilkins State Park Copper Harbor

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Travel Blogs from Copper Harbor

The Northern Most Point of Michigan

A travel blog entry by louandpam on Oct 09, 2013

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by Pam Riehl Szakal

The drive up the Keweenaw Peninsula was spectacular. After you leave Houghton, in which we didn't stop but this university town definitely has a cool vibe, you have two options for the drive- you can either follow the coast a bit or head immediately inland along the spine of the peninsula. Either way you eventually …

Isle Royale National Park

A travel blog entry by tlgraetz on Aug 27, 2014

1 photo

Following a 4 hour trip across Lake Michigan on the Badger into Manitowoc, WI, a 5 1/2 hour drive north to Copper Harbor via No More Ties and a 3 1/2 hour Isle Royale Queen IV ferry on Lake Superior, we visited Isle Royale NP. Since arrival was at noon and departure at 2:45 we decided to hike the shortest trail, Stoll Memorial. Donning my ...

Northernmost part of Michigan

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jul 13, 2013

195 photos

From Munising we travelled to Marquette - home of Northern Michigan University. A lot of the college-age summer help at Mackinac Island was from this school. We continued on US 41 to L'Anse and the Indian reservation of the same name. From there we headed north along Keeweenaw Bay to Houghton and Hancock - towns on either side of Portage Lake. Houghton is the home of ...

(Michigan and N.P. #11(or not)

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jun 24, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

After spending some down time with family in Illinois, I went to Michigan and Isle Royale Nat. Park. The state is the largest in area east of the Mississippi and consists of two peninsulars, upper and lower. It is bordered by four Great Lakes and has almost 65,000 lakes and ponds. On my trip I went about halfway up the state along the western edge and then crossed over to the middle and up to the upper peninsular. I went ...

Right at the Top of Michigan

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Aug 20, 2012

54 photos

... building was saved, in large part, because of the loss of another building in town, the Italian Guild Hall.

During the copper miners strike I mentioned above, Calumet (a copper mining town formed around a different copper mine than the one we visited) was terribly divided over the issue of whether or not to unionize, and this led to a number of violent encounters. Apparently, the Italian Guild held a Christmas Party in ...