Fort Wilkins State Park, in the northern Keweenaw Penninsula, offers camping and day use facilities and features a restored army military outpost and lighthouse museum. Fort Wilkins became a State Park in 1923. Extensive restoration work and development began in the 1930s under the Work Project Administration.The campground is closed for winter. Information about winter camping opportunities is available on the DNR web site.
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Biking, fishing, cross-country skiing, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, wildlife viewing, playground, picnicking
Beach, cabins, electric hookups, modern restrooms, picnic shelter, dump station, boat launch, concessions/store, group use area
Reservations available at http://www.midnrreservations.com/presult.aspx?ParkID=30
Cabin: $65 to $80 per night.
Modern campgrounds: $16-$25 per night.
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