Place

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

brick and wood building with steep asphalt shingled roof. A sign reads Wilderness Visitor Center
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Ontonagon, MI.

NPS Photo - Nathan Miller

Quick Facts

Accessible Rooms, Cellular Signal, Gifts/Souvenirs/Books, Historical/Interpretive Information/Exhibits, Information, Information - Maps Available, Parking - Auto, Parking - Bus/RV, Picnic Shelter/Pavilion, Picnic Table, Restroom - Accessible, Theater/Auditorium, Trailhead, Wheelchair Accessible

In addition to wild forests and lakeshores, Michigan’s largest state park has numerous historic copper mining sites. The 59,020-acre park offers summer and winter recreational pursuits and interpretive programs. The park hosts a 35,000-acre old-growth forest amounts its waterfalls, rivers, trails, campgrounds, and Lake Superior shoreline.

The Keweenaw Heritage Sites are official partners of Keweenaw National Historical Park, but are privately owned. Each site interprets and preserves an important aspect of the area's copper mining history and provides a unique visitor experience. Please contact individual sites for more information.

Keweenaw National Historical Park

Last updated: May 20, 2021