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Northern Michigan’s magnificent wilderness areas are just one reason to visit this state. The history also draws the visitor to learn about the early settlement of the Midwest and of the distinctive cultural and economic history of copper mining in this state.

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Isle Royale National Park, 800 East Lakeshore Drive, Houghton, Michigan 49931-1869. Phone: (906) 482-0984. Isle Royale’s physical isolation and primitive wilderness challenged human use for centuries; ironically today it has become the Island’s main attraction. Accessible only by boat or seaplane, visitors come to experience this island park through hiking its trails, paddling its inland waterways, exploring its rugged coast, or venturing into the depth of its shipwrecks.

Keweenaw National Historical Park, 25970 Red Jacket Road, PO Box 471, Calumet, MI 49913. Phone: (906) 337-3168. Keweenaw National Historical Park consists of two separate units - Quincy and Calumet - 12 miles apart. The two units are located at the sites of former large-scale mines. Quincy Mine illustrates the processes and technologies of copper mining. The social, ethnic, commercial, and company-planned aspects of a mining community are revealed by the former Calumet & Hecla mine and village of Calumet.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, P.O. Box 40, Munising, Michigan 49862-0040. Phone: (906) 387-3700. Sandstone cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, waterfalls, lakes, forest, and shoreline beckon you to visit Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Hiking, camping, sightseeing, and four season outdoor opportunities abound. The Lakeshore hugs the Lake Superior shoreline for more than 40 miles. Lake Superior is the largest, deepest, coldest, and most pristine of all the Great Lakes.

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, 9922 Front Street, Empire, MI 49630. Phone: (231) 326-5134 . Welcome to one of the most beautiful natural areas in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. Come and enjoy 35 miles of Lake Michigan's eastern coastline, explore North and South Manitou Islands, and of course climb the dunes! Learn about the history of shipping, logging, and agriculture of the area by visiting former Life-Saving Service/Coast Guard Stations, and Port Oneida Historic District.


 

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