Fort Wilkins State Historic Park
Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, located in the northern Keweenaw Peninsula, features a restored 1844 army military outpost, which includes enlisted men's barracks that show the spartan life of a solider. Every summer, a living history program allows families to experience what life was like at the fort for soldiers and their families. The park also includes two Copper Harbor lighthouses, camping (170 sites), day-use facilities, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, and a public boat launch on Lake Fanny Hooe. The park is open mid-May through mid-October each year. Traversing the park and roughly parallel to the park boundary is a two-mile trail that provides great views of Lake Fanny Hooe and Lake Superior.
Note: Not all sections of each trail are approved for every activity listed for the trail as a whole. Please click on individual trail sections to see approved activities for that section.
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