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Park
“Fort Wilkins Historic State Park is a 700 acre state park with 159 modern campsites, a mini cabin, a camper cabin, six miles of hiking and biking trails, 1.5 miles of Lake Superior shoreline and 3 miles of Lake Fanny Hoe shoreline. The park contains the Fort Wilkins Historic Complex, which was once an active U.S. Army post built to keep the peace in Michigan’s Copper Country. Begun in 1844 and abandoned just two years later, the fort was briefly regarrisoned in the late 1860’s. Today, Fort Wilkins is a well-preserved example of mid-19th century army life on the northern frontier. www.michigan.gov/historicfortwilkins ”
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Campground
“Fort Wilkins State Park is a 1844 military outpost. Costumed interpreters demonstrate the history of the fort. Nice playground and picnic areas. Weekly programs.”
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Premise
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Campground
“Take the ride north to Fort Wilkins state park. The buildings in the fort are a walk down memory lane. If you're lucky, you'll pick the weekend the Civil War reenactment comes to town and there are activities all weekend long!”
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Park
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