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Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

The jewel of The Wilds of Michigan is sixty thousand acres of some of nature’s most untamed forest teeming with wildlife. Interpretive programs, gentle hikes through old growth forests, rugged treks along pristine rivers, amazing waterfalls and a friendly staff await your visit during any of the four seasons.

The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park was established in 1945 by Michigan’s Legislature and today is Michigan’s largest State Park. With more than 90 miles of hiking trails, numerous camping and lodging opportunities, 35,000 acres of old growth forest and numerous historic sites; the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is a true vacation destination.

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is one of nineteen Keweenaw Heritage Sites, who work in partnership with the National Park Service at Keweenaw National Historical Park to interpret the region’s copper mining heritage.


Signature Sites

Get Rugged


A camping trip to the interior of the Porkies must actually turn back the clock and call on skills that were second nature to our ancestors.

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Ease into Nature


Easy and enjoyable self-guided nature trails that highlight the wildlife and other natural features of the Northwoods

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